Laser Removal and Correction
of Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

Scalp Micropigmentation Removal can be easily achieved in most cases by laser, and areas requiring removal may be as large as the whole scalp, or just small isolated patches or hairline adjustments, and even single dots.

 

Laser is the safest and most effective method for SMP Removal and is very versatile, allowing for the correction of hairlines and side profiles, the fading of darker areas or spots, the correction of 'blowouts' and migration, and the removal of over-density and 'botched' scalp micropigmentation work.

Prices for Laser Removal of Scalp Micropigmentation are on a case-by-case basis and depend upon size of area. These start from £100 per session for very small area adjustments, £150-200 for a Hairline adjustment, and more for an entire scalp - to be determined at consultation.

In many cases, full removal is not required and in this case, fading of a small area or whole head of Scalp Micropigmentation may be enough.  

A Free Scalp Micropigmentation Laser Removal Consultation is provided to assess the amount of removal required, answer questions and provide information on the treatments, expected outcome, and price per treatment.  

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Prices

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)
Hair Tattoo Prices

As you may expect, the cost of a Scalp Micropigmentation Hair Tattoo procedure is based mainly upon the size of area to be treated and ranges from just £300 for a small patch or scar. 

Size of area and extent of hair loss can be gauged according to the Norwood Scale of male Hair Loss for men and the Ludwig Scale, or Savin Scale of female hair loss for women.  In all cases the size of head may also play a part in pricing.

 

Prices for larger areas are based upon the Norwood Scale of Hair Loss with a prices from £800 for a small area and increasing in price according to size and time required, up to cases of an entire Scalp such as may be experienced with Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis, and the cost for these areas will be determined following consultation.  

Other than area, factors such as existing hair density, skin condition, presence of scarring, also have bearing upon price of treatment, and this will be fully discussed during the consultation process.