The most effective hair loss treatment, scalp micropigmentation is used to add density to thinning hair or reproduce the look of trimmed hair. Most importantly, it is a hair loss treatment without surgery that provides instant results. The procedure requires a high level of skill, which is why we recommend choosing our scalp micropigmentation clinic in Montreal.

Hair pigmentation

The principle of this technique is to deposit thousands of dot impressions into first layer of skin. Using organic micro pigmentation ink, each impression perfectly replicates a hair follicle. Moreover, the sum of these thousands of dots will create the look of a full head of hair. The machine and the pigments must be specifically designed for this purpose. However, the experience of the scalp micro pigmentation artist that you choose will play the most important role in achieving natural results.

Thinning hair

For hair that is thinning out, the same process of hair pigmentation is applied. In this case, the objective is to provide density and fullness to your thinning hair. Due to the hair falling out, skin on the scalp begins to shine through and creates a bald look. Scalp pigmentation provides a baldness cure by removing that contrast and reproduce the look of fullness.

Hair transplants

In addition to simulating a shaved head effect and adding hair density, this hair restoration method is used to complement hair transplant.  By filling the spaces between hair grafts, we can create instant results and enhance your transplant without surgery.

Camouflage scars

A hair tattoo also makes it possible to hide the scars on the scalp. Furthermore, men who undergo hair transplants are left with multiple scars. The Scalp micro technique will camouflage scars by replacing the hair on that area.

Hair loss

A typical person has an average 140 000 follicles and loses about 70 per day. This process is defined as the natural hair cycle. Balding is considered when a person loses more than that amount. In general, hair loss tends to appear in early adulthood and is caused by a multitude of factors such as the environment or genetics.

Baldness in men

This type of hair loss in men is manifested by the thinning of the temples or thinning or the crown. In, most cases, it shows up in the front and then spreads towards the back of the scalp. Moreover, this type of baldness is usually hereditary.

Hair loss in women

Hair loss in women is problematic and can affect ones confidence. In fact, the process is similar to men where cells of the scalp can dry up because of an excess of hormones. This is explained by the narrowing of the hair follicles and hair loss appears as general or in specific areas.


Alopecia areata is a rare type of baldness that affects the entire scalp and not just the top. The causes of alopecia disorders include stress, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, excessive consumption of drugs or iron deficiency.


Stage 1, 2 & 3 – Estimated at 500 $

 According to Hamilton and Norwood, this stage of the scale corresponds to the beginning of baldness. Although there is no hair loss we can observe a very slight loss of the temporal and frontal gulfs.

Furthermore, there may be continuous thinning of the temples towards the interior and a lightening of the crown area.

Stage 4 & 5 – Estimated at 1000 $

At this stage, significant hair falling out at the frontal gulfs and the crown area. At this stage baldness is often caused by stress or male hormones or genetics.

Stage 6 & 7 – Estimated at 1500$

This is the ultimate stage of the norwood Hamilton scale. There is complete hair loss on the top of the scalp from the temples to the crown. Other hair loss solutions such as hair transplants or hair growth pills are almost certain to fail. Scalp micro pigmentation is the only effective solution at this stage.