Scalp Pigmentation FAQ
frequently asked questions about scalp and head tattoo hair loss treatment provided by HIS Hair Clinic.
Frequently asked questions about
Scalp Pigmentation Biochemistry, Technical & Safety Concerns
- Explain a quick technical overview of what the MHT process entails?
- Explain what happens when the pigmentation needle machine pierces the scalp?
- What is the size of the needle which pierces the scalp and what is the pain level realistically?
- Explain in detail how the pigment is injected?
- Why is the pigmentation placed in the middle dermal layer?
- Does bleeding of the micro-incisions affect the placement of MHT?
- How does the incision begin to heal?
- Why do the pigment dots appear so large during the first 4 to 10 days?
- How big will the MHT pigment globules trapped in the collagen appear to be when the scalp fully heals?
- What conditions affect the size of the pigmentation dots?
- What conditions affect the long term fading of any micro-pigmentation treatment?
- What is the exact molecular structure of the MHT pigment?
- Why is the exact molecular structure of the pigment so important?
- Describe the difference between scar tissue and regular skin with regards to MHT pigmentation?
- What is technically important about hats in relation to MHT?
- What is technically important about MHT pigmentation and certain magnetic medical imaging scanning devices?
- What is technically important about MHT and most over the counter skin lotions?
- What is technically important about Proactive products and many other facial washes used to treat acne?
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Scalp Pigmentation Biochemistry, Technical and Safety Issues
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