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SMP – Scalp Micro-Pigmentation

Hair Restoration Solutions For Men & Women

  • Scalp Micropigmentation - Nouveau ClinicAre you tired of suffering with unsightly bald spots and thinning hair lines?
  • Are you looking for an affordable, semi-permanent way to camouflage spot hair loss?
  • Would you like to cover unsightly donor scars from strip hair transplant donor sights?

Here are just a few of the benefits of Scalp micro-pigmentation

  • Scalp Micropigmentation - Nouveau ClinicNon-surgical
  • No Potential for Scarring
  • No Hair Systems, Products or Wigs
  • Hassle-free – No Daily Maintenance
  • Natural 3-dimensional Appearance
  • Immediate and Long Lasting Results
  • Can camouflage scars and irregularities in the scalp

Scarring is a natural part of the body’s healing process after an injury. When the deeper layers of the skin are damaged (the dermis) – a scar will be produced as part of the wound-healing cascade. The body repairs the wound by increasing production of collagen at the wound site. The fibrous tissue that forms over the wound also protects it from further injury.

Scars produce a structural change in the skin – both in the skin’s features, color and architecture. Superficial wounding of the skin in the surface layer (the epidermis), will not produce a scar. When a wound has healed, the resulting tissue covering the wound is a scar. The scar will continue to change in texture and appearance as new collagen is formed, and the blood supply returns to a more normal state. This can take from one to two years. Scars will fade and improve gradually following an injury to the skin, however, there will always be some visible evidence of the trauma, and hair follicles will not grow back.

The scar that you see on the surface of the skin is the result of a complex process the skin goes through as it recovers from damage. There are many factors that affect how a wound heals, and the way the wound heals affects how the scar will end up looking in the long run. How skin heals and scars varies from person to person, but it also depends on how you care for the wound before the scar is done forming.

The skin goes through three stages of repair before you see a scar. In the first stage, there’s swelling, redness, and some tenderness or pain as a scab begins to form. During the next stage, new skin tissue forms underneath the scab. The final stage involves rebuilding and reforming the outer and inner layers of skin

Scar fading uses proven, non-surgical treatment options for individuals who desire to reduce the appearance of scars or undesirable pigmentation, resulting from surgery, accidents, injury, minor burns or illness. We use a wide variety of techniques that are holistic in approach, but based in real science. Scar fading treatments provide a gentle correction of existing scar tissue or undesirable pigmentation. These techniques effectively “re-model” the skins appearance, making the scar or blemish less visible over time. Treatment protocols combine customized clinical treatments, home care and nutritional support options for optimum wound healing and cosmetic improvement.

The individuals who can benefit from natural scar fading therapies include:

  • Scars resulting from accidents, plastic surgery or general surgery
  • Scars resulting from Breast Reduction, Tummy Tucks, C-Section or Mastectomy
  • Minor Burns
  • Stretch Marks
  • Scars from Acne
    Note: The flat, pink-to-red or tan-to-brown marks left from a breakout are technically not scars. This is called post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation.

Medical Tatooing

Permanent Scar and Skin Camouflage is a medical tattoo process that camouflages skin irregularities or loss of pigment, by implanting flesh tone pigments into those areas. These pigments are tattooed into the scar or blemish by implanting washes of color – or hundreds of micro-sized dots (mimicking the pixels in digital photography). The layering of these tiny dots or washes of color, can help to blend the scar into the healthy surrounding skin.It is not possible to completely “erase a scar”; however a permanent camouflage process can hide the scar so effectively, it is no longer obvious to the naked eye. Permanent Scar Camouflage is also referred to as:

  • Medical or Paramedical Tattooing
  • Skin Re-pigmentation
  • Micro-pigmentation or Corrective Camouflage
  • Scar or Scalp Camouflage
    This service is well received and supported by plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and general surgeons world-wide as a cosmetic restorative option. It is a highly specialized area of medical tattooing that requires advanced training, extensive knowledge of skin and scars, color, and advanced tattoo artistry.

Depending on your genetic makeup and the depth and type of tear in your skin, scarring can range from a slightly reddish discoloration to a thick, raised red or dark scar. There are three main “categories” of scars, generally described as (flat, indented, or raised).

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Flat Scars

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are flat scars that become “lighter” than the surrounding skin, due to the absence of normal amounts of melanin (the chemical that gives skin its color). Loss of melanin during the wounding process is a common occurrence. In many cases, the melanin can be stimulated through clinical intervention, and prompted to regenerate.

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are dents or depressions in the skin. They often result from cystic acne which can leave pockmarks or ice pick scars. Some burn scars and scars from surgery or accidents can sometimes result in depressed scars that “pull the skin” – creating the “dent”. These scars result from destruction of the skin’s underlying support structure. They are the most difficult and time consuming scars to treat.

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result from an overproduction of collagen in response to injured skin. This type of scarring can occur from a slight tear in the skin or from a deep wound – or everything in between. These scars are more common in persons with dark skin. Raised scars will flatten over time, but they can take years to resolve without treatment.

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form with an abnormal healing response to injury or trauma. They are similar in appearance to hypertrophic scars, but unlike hypertrophic scars, a keloid can grow beyond the original site of injury and once formed becomes permanent. A keloid has a hard, smooth surface and an irregular shape that can range from a small lumpy growth to a large disfiguring scar. It can be pinkish red to purple, or nearly black in color.

Scar Keloid - Nouveau ClinicThese skin conditions will require care from a Dermatologist, Surgeon or Laser Technician.

  • Moles & Freckles
  • Vitiligo   
  • Port Wine Stains
  • Red or Brown Birth Marks
  • Keloid Scars

A Keloid Scar forms with an abnormal healing response to injury or trauma. They are similar in appearance to hypertrophic scars, but unlike hypertrophic scars, a keloid can grow beyond the original site of injury and once formed becomes permanent. A keloid has a hard, smooth surface and an irregular shape that can range from a small lumpy growth to a large disfiguring scar. It can be pinkish red to purple, or nearly
black in color.   

 If you have a scar you would like made less visible, please call  to schedule a consult today 404-936-6931

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