SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION COULD COST LESS THAN YOU THINK, AND OFFERS GREAT VALUE VERSUS TRADITIONAL HAIR LOSS SOLUTIONS
As one of the most respected scalp micropigmentation companies in the United Kingdom, we aim to make our treatments as accessible as possible to everyone experiencing hair loss. SMP costs significantly less than other options like hair transplant surgery, and considerably less over the long term versus hair systems and drug based solutions.
At Dot Micro we offer simple and transparent pricing that is tailored to suit the individual treatment needs of each client.
what factors affect the treatment cost?
Ultimately the cost of your procedure is determined by the number of treatment hours you require at our clinic, and the level of specialised skill that is needed to deliver your result.
A typical SMP treatment usually requires 2-4 sessions, each lasting 2-3 hours, to complete. The number of sessions may increase if there are extenuating factors such as poor skin condition, a history of hair system usage, scar tissue and so on. The length of each session usually increases in cases where the client has advanced alopecia or a moderate to severe skin condition.
Some procedures, for example scar-only treatments, hairline reconstructions, small areas of alopecia or treatment top-ups may take less time, and this will be taken into account in your treatment quotation.
Our typical treatment quotations are as follows. Remember each treatment has unique requirements, so you’ll need to contact us for a confirmed quotation:
Hairline reconstructions - from £xxx
Moderate hair loss - from £xxx
Advanced hair loss - from £xxx
Scar concealment - from £xxx
Alopecia concealment - POA
what else should i consider?
It would be unwise to choose a scalp micropigmentation practitioner based on price alone. Take into account the overall value you will receive as a client. This includes the quality of the experience overall, the knowledge, skill and portfolio of your chosen clinic, post-treatment support and advice and of course, your guarantee period and what that entails.