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Hair Loss Solutions is proud to be the first in Eastern Canada to offer NeoGraft® FUE hair transplants, along with other hair loss solutions and treatments. NeoGraft® is the industry pioneer and market leader with one of the first automated FUE systems in the hair restoration market.

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NeoGraft®

NeoGraft® Hair Restoration Treatments

NeoGraft® is a trusted name in hair restoration. Using innovative technology, it delivers a minimally invasive hair restoration procedure for men and women with natural-looking results, no visible linear scar, and a quick recovery time.

NATURAL-LOOKING RESULTS

Newly implanted hair follicles work with the natural hair growth cycle and results continue to improve each week, with full realization at 9-12 months post-procedure.

MINIMAL DOWNTIME AND NO LINEAR SCAR

While a completely non-invasive hair transplant treatment doesn’t exist, the NeoGraft® FUE method is a minimally invasive hair restoration solution for male and female hair loss with no visible scarring and fast recovery.

HIGH PATIENT SATISFACTION

NeoGraft® FUE hair restoration can be performed on all hair types. It’s no wonder NeoGraft boasts an average 94% “Worth It” rating from patients on RealSelf.com.

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Advanced Technology for Minimally Invasive Hair Restoration

NeoGraft® is a medical aesthetic device that provides an effective solution for hair loss. A NeoGraft® hair transplant allows hair follicles to be extracted directly from the scalp in their naturally occurring groups of one to three hairs without a strip of the scalp having to be surgically removed. Instead of a scalpel, it uses advanced technology to comfortably extract your own individual hair follicles from areas where terminal hair exists, known as the donor site, and then reimplant them where you need it. Typically, NeoGraft® results in a fuller, natural-looking hairline with no visible scarring. The NeoGraft® hair restoration procedure can be done for both men and women.

How it Works?

NeoGraft® uses an innovative method called Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), which extracts individual hair follicles from an area consisting of terminal hair, known as the donor site—this is usually the lower-back of the head above the nape of the neck.

Each hair follicle contains one to three individual hairs. Once the follicles are extracted, they are carefully separated and strategically reimplanted in areas of the scalp where hair loss has occurred.

Unlike the traditional strip method, which requires the physician to surgically remove a strip of the patient’s scalp, the NeoGraft® micrograft hair transplant procedure does not require a scalpel. Instead, it utilizes an automated handpiece, which gives patients little to no discomfort during the hair transplant procedure.

NEOGRAFT RESULTS - Hair Loss Treatment Before & After

After much research, we have chosen to offer the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method utilizing the NeoGraft Automated Hair Transplantation system. The FUE method of hair transplantation removes individual hair follicles from the scalp in their naturally occurring groupings of about 1-4 hairs and are then placed in the areas of the scalp where balding has occurred.

Reasons Why The NeoGraft Procedure Is The Solution:

  • It is the least invasive procedure for hair transplantation
  • Patients who receive the NeoGraft procedure feel little to no discomfort
  • No stitches or staples are used in the NeoGraftâ procedure
  • No unsightly linear scar
  • Flexibility for any hair style of your choice, short or long
  • Shorter recovery time – patients can typically go back to work the next day
  • Fewer restrictions on your normal daily activities
  • Natural looking results

Why Choose the NeoGraft Procedure?

The NeoGraft system is the first and only FDA cleared follicular unit harvesting and implantation system. The NeoGraft system delivers automation of the FUE technique, the most advanced technique in the hair transplant industry.

This revolutionary system uses pneumatic controls to precisely extract complete individual hair follicles which can be immediately transplanted to the selected areas of the scalp. The NeoGraft automated hair transplantation system is the only complete harvesting system on the market and has the only ‘NO TOUCH’ implantation technology.

Hair Restoration with NeoGraft technology provides absolute exact harvesting and placement, delivering repeatable results. With NeoGraft’s technology each follicle is removed individually while the patient is comfortable. A natural looking head of hair is created with this minimally-invasive procedure.

Hair loss can be a very emotional part of the natural aging process, and seeking ways to curb this process used to be a challenge. NeoGraft’s advanced technology offers a discrete solution to hair loss, allowing patients to achieve natural looking results with no linear scar, minimal downtime and a shorter recovery period.  Hair restoration with the NeoGraft procedure is unnoticeable, making it your secret to tell.

  • Superior Results – More natural looking hair, short or long for both men and women.
  • Advanced Technology – Automated technology, least invasive procedure for hair transplantation.
  • Gentle – Little to no discomfort.  No scalpel incision, no staples, no linear scar.
  • Effective – Less activity restrictions than traditional strip methods.
  • Discrete – Patients can typically go back to work the next day.
  • Affordable – We have programs available to meet your exact needs.

 

Benefits of the FUE Method:

  • FUE hair transplant is a very safe, minimally invasive, relatively minor procedure
  • Minimal bleeding and fewer complications than with the “strip” method
  • Procedure is performed with local anesthetic and no intravenous or intra-muscular sedation is required
  • Patients experience minimal discomfort, no scalpel incision, no sutures, no linear scar and quick recovery times
  • And Many More!

 

The NeoGraf Automated FUE is also a useful procedure to fix visible linear scars from previous “strip” surgeries.  FUE can be used to ‘fill in’ or camouflage those old scars by transplanting new follicles into the area.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - NeoGraft Q&A

Will This Hair Loss Treatment Work For me?

NeoGraft® hair restoration procedures are designed to deliver excellent results for both men and women. While most people can get the treatment, there are some factors that come into play to determine if you’re an ideal candidate. Taken together, these include the number of grafts necessary to produce the desired results, the density and quality of the donor hair, hair texture, and potential for future hair loss. Your treatment provider will be able to help to determine if you are a suitable candidate for this hair restoration procedure.

Is it suitable for men and women?

Yes. Because the NeoGraft® hair restoration procedure is minimally invasive, it is a viable option for both men and women looking to restore their own living and growing hair with transplantation.

What makes NeoGraft Different than other hair transplants?

Traditional hair restoration procedures usually employ a technique known as the strip method, which involves surgically removing a strip from the patient’s scalp (the back of the head) to be used as the donor site. This can leave a linear scar. NeoGraft®, on the other hand, uses a minimally invasive method that is a variation of the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique, which uses an automated handheld device to harvest individual hair follicles from areas that consist of terminal hair, which are naturally resistant to hair loss. It then implants those grafts at the site of hair loss, where, over time, they will regrow as healthy, fully functioning hair. As a result, NeoGraft® does not leave a linear scar, is more comfortable, and requires much less recovery time.

Will it be a doctor that’s performing my procedure?

Our Hair Loss services are all supervised by an in-house doctor. The physician will be highly involved in making all of the necessary and important decisions, and will be there every step of the way. Certified NeoGraft® technicians will be the ones who are assisting the physician during the procedure. These technicians all come with more than five years of experience and are recertified annually.

Is Financing Available?

Yes financing is available. We have partnered with a world class and reputable financing company.

PRP

Hair Thickening

PRP For Hair Thickening

A new hair-loss treatment is giving hope to millions of people with thinning hair.

The treatment, called Platelet Rich Plasma therapy — or PRP — could help regrow and thicken hair without surgery, drugs or expensive treatments, experts say.

PRP relies on the patient’s own platelets. The patient’s blood is drawn and placed in a machine, where the plasma is separated from the blood and injected directly into that patient’s scalp.

The platelets contain growth factors that stimulate the regrowth and thickening of hair follicles.

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PRP For Hair Loss

THE REGROWTH PROCESS

PRP for hair regrowth begins with a standard blood draw from the patient’s arm. The tube of blood is put into a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the plasma. Then the plasma, rich in platelets, is removed from the tube and injected directly into a patient’s scalp at the hair follicles. Injections are typically spread across a half-inch area of thinning hair to ensure dense coverage.

Treatments are typically performed monthly for the first three to four months, and then every three to six months thereafter. This schedule is optimal for stimulating hair growth factors and stem cells associated with reducing hair fallout. PRP has proven to combat hair loss in more than 70% of cases.

THE PROCEDURE

First, your blood is drawn in our office. The blood is then spun in a centrifuge. The centrifuge then separates the PRP from the rest of the blood. A topical anesthetic is applied to the scalp so you are as comfortable as possible.

The patient’s hair is then washed and the micro-needling takes place. The highly concentrated platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is then injected into the scalp. is then injected into the scalp.This is a very safe procedure with virtually no side effects since you are utilizing materials from your own body.

Since an inflammatory process is initiated at the wound site, there may be mild pain or discomfort felt by the patient at the site where PRP is injected.

Patient are not advised not to take any anti-inflammatory medication since it may interfere in the natural healing process of PRP.

WHAT IS PRP?

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is concentrated blood plasma which contains approximately three to five times the number of platelets found in normal circulating blood. In addition, it contains platelet derived growth factor (PDGF), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), transforming growth factor (TGF) and other bioactive proteins that aid in wound healing and possibly hair growth.

Growth factors in platelet rich plasma (PRP) have been used to facilitate wound healing. Recently, studies have suggested that PRP may also serve as a safe and effective treatment option for male and female pattern hair loss.

Human blood is comprised primarily of red blood cells (RBC), as well as white blood cells (WBC), platelets, and plasma. By initiating the first step of coagulation, platelets are the key to the body’s ability to heal wounds. It is thought that by increasing the platelet count in a wounded area, the body’s healing to that area would be accelerated – explaining the use of PRP in wound healing. Its effects on promoting hair growth make it useful for the medical treatment of hair loss.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - PRP FOR HAIR LOSS Q&A

What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is concentrated blood plasma that contains approximately three to five times the number of platelets found in normal circulating blood. In addition to the platelets, it contains growth factors and other bioactive proteins that aid in wound healing and hair growth.

What does the PRP treatment do?

PRP is used to halt or reverse miniaturization, the process that causes common baldness.

How does PRP work?

Your doctor uses PRP to stimulate the growth of follicles, thereby reversing the hair miniaturization (thinning hair) seen in androgenic alopecia (common baldness).

What are the benefits of treatment with PRP?

Platelet-rich plasma offers an additional way to stimulate hair growth, especially in people who cannot use other forms of treatment. For example, it may be useful if someone is not a candidate for a hair transplant, or cannot use finasteride. It is also useful in the treatment of crown thinning where a hair transplant may not be appropriate.

Why should we have the treatments done at Bernstein Medical?

We use the Emcyte Pure PRP system – a double centrifuge technique – that allows the active biologic factors to be administered at the most effective concentration. The treatments are administered by a Bernstein Medical physician and take about a half-hour. The physicians at Bernstein Medical will make sure that your type of hair loss has the potential to respond to PRP and, if appropriate, they will offer other medical and surgical options as well.

What is the treatment schedule?

If PRP hair loss therapy is appropriate, we can begin your treatment at the time of your consultation. We will administer the next two treatments at 6-week intervals. You will be asked to return 3 months later. At this visit (6 months from your first treatment) your response will be assessed. If you show improvement, follow-up treatments will be given twice yearly depending upon your progress.

When should I expect to see the results?

Patients usually see results in 3 to 6 months. However, the response time may be variable.

How long does PRP treatment take?

It’s done during a simple office visit; about 30-45 minutes.

Can I go back to my regular routine after the treatment?

Yes.

Will it work on a balding area?

It works best where there is existing thinning hair.

How well does the treatment work?

Platelet-rich plasma treatment is relatively new, but there is substantial anecdotal evidence that it is useful. We will be monitoring your progress with serial photographs to assess the results.

Will it work for me?

There is an individualized response to this treatment with a spectrum of effectiveness. It does not work in all cases. Patients are monitored to assess the benefits of therapy.

Is the treatment used in both men and women?

Yes

Is there a consultation fee?

Yes, before PRP treatment you will need to have an evaluation by the physician. The consultation fee will be applied to your first treatment.

Can I have a treatment at the time of the consultation?

If you are a candidate, the doctor may be able to perform the PRP procedure at the time of the consult. If the procedure cannot be performed at the time of consultation, you can schedule one very soon after. In either case, the consult fee will be deducted from your first treatment.

Will my head be sore afterwards?

You may have some very temporary soreness and swelling, but many patients experience nothing.

How many injections are done throughout the scalp?

It depends on the area. The doctor will determine this at the time of the treatment.

Are there any cons to having PRP treatment?

There is some inconvenience in that you need to have your blood drawn and there may be some temporary swelling in the treated area. Platelet-rich plasma seems to be extremely safe since we are using your own serum, but it is not successful in growing hair in all cases.

Will PRP work in other areas of the body?

We are only using platelet-rich plasma to treat hair loss on the scalp at this time.

Does the doctor use ACell with Platelet Rich Plasma?

We have found that ACell causes inflammatory reactions in some patients and feel that it is very important to use ACell on its own to best assess its benefits. PRP uses your own plasma. ACell is a foreign substance that comes from the bladder of a pig.

How many treatments do I need?

Typically, we recommend at least three-four, then a maintenance treatment every 9-12 months or as needed.

How long does the PRP process take?

With the Eclipse PRP® kit, the blood draw takes just a couple of minutes, followed immediately by a 10-minute centrifugation. The time involved in the application varies based on which procedure is being performed.

How many PRP sessions are required?

Your medical professional can create a treatment plan based on your individual needs.

Can a PRP procedure be painful?

Eclipse PRP® is close to a physiologic pH, which means the product is less likely to cause a stinging or burning sensation. There may be some temporary discomfort or possible redness and inflammation at the application site. It is recommended you consult with your health care provider.

Is PRP safe?

Since the autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is produced from a patient’s own blood, there is minimized risk of an allergic reaction or rejection. Please refer to the Safety section on this page.

How much does PRP treatment for hair cost?

Each PRP therapy session will cost $600. It usually requires 3 to 6 sessions one month apart initially. Result should start to be evident at around 6 to 9 months.

What is Platelet-Rich Plasma?

Autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma, also known as PRP, is a high concentration of your own platelets in a small volume of plasma.

How does a provider collect PRP?

Step 1: Utilizing a specialized blood collection tube from the Eclipse PRP® kit, a practitioner draws a small amount of blood similar to what is required for a basic lab test.

Step 2: The tube is then placed into a centrifuge which spins the blood at a very high speed, causing the platelets to separate from the other components of the blood.

Step 3: Once the platelets are concentrated into the plasma they can be applied to the patient. Activation causes platelets to release essential growth factors and signaling proteins, which are responsible for the wound-healing process.

What are the growth factors and effects of Platelet Rich Plasma?

Transforming Growth Factor (TGF)
Promotes angiogenesis, which is the physiological process involving the synthesis of new blood vessels.

Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF)
An important signaling protein involved in both angiogenesis, promoting the growth of blood vessels from pre-existing vasculature.

Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF)
Promotes angiogenesis, granulation, and epithelialization.

Platelet-Derived Growth Factor (PDGF)
Attracts macrophages and fibroblasts to the application site. Promotes collagen growth and proteoglycan synthesis and the formation of the extracellular mix, also known as fibrin mesh.

Interleukins, Macrophages, Keratinocytes, Endothelial Cells, Lymphocytes, Fibroblasts, Osteoblasts, Basophils, Mast Cells
Activates fibroblast differentiation. Induces collagen and proteoglycan synthesis for healthy cell production and repair of damaged tissues.

Collagen Stimulating Growth Factor
Stimulates granulocyte and macrophage proliferation for the growth of healthy tissue and blood cells.

Keratinocyte Growth Factor (KGF)
Keratinocyte migration, differentiation, and proliferations may optimize conditions.

How long does the PRP process take?

With the Eclipse PRP® kit, the blood draw takes just a couple of minutes, followed immediately by a 10-minute centrifugation. The time involved in the application varies based on which procedure is being performed.

“I think PRP is a breakthrough because it’s a natural substance that can regrow hair, with virtually no side effects, It’s also used to speed up the healing process in any procedure that disrupts the epidermis, such as a laser and micro-needling, and by orthopaedic surgeons for tendon injuries and bone recreation.” Dr. Jeffrey Rapaport

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

 

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a permanent cosmetic tattoo that mimics the very short hairs of a closely shaved scalp. It is a relatively new technique that offers an alternative for patients who are not candidates for hair transplant surgery. It can be used as a concealer in both men and women for camouflaging the appearance of thinning hair and scalp scarring due to a variety of causes.

The application of SMP is an “art.” Proper technique is extremely important in getting aesthetically satisfactory results. The angle that the instrument is inserted, depth control, the amount of pigmented deposited, and color match – not to mention proper patient selection – are all important to make this procedure successful. The SMP procedure was introduced to the medical community by Dr. William Rassman of New Hair Institute in California. He and his group have significant expertise in this technique.

Applications range from simply adding pigment to a small scar, to mimicking a full head of hair. The most obvious use is that of helping to camouflage a widened donor scar from a Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) procedure. When one is considering adding pigment to an entire bald head, i.e., using it as a stand-alone procedure, the usefulness depends upon the taste of the individual person. SMP can be particularly helpful in women with thinning hair to make their hair appear more full.

Since SMP looks different from natural hair, the best way for patients to decide if the procedure is right for them is to see results first-hand. The situation is somewhat analogous to a hair system in that it is a good solution for some, but not right for everyone. The important distinction, however, is that SMP is permanent, so patient education is much more important in advance. Even though it is possible to do a test area, it is definitely not one of those things that someone should “just try and see if you like it.” SMP pigment can be removed with lasers (usually a Q-switched YAG is most effective) but, like the removal of conventional tattoos, it can take several treatments and may leave permanent hypopigmentation and scarring.

Particularly in darker skinned balding patients, extensive SMP can create the appearance of a shaved look and is useful in those who are not candidates for a hair transplant or that have chosen not to have one. The procedure is particularly useful not only with donor scars but in many types of scarring alopecia i.e., burns, scars from the treatment of skin cancer, and scars from old, plug-techniques and scalp reductions. It can be particularly useful in women who have thinning, but not bald areas, where SMP can give the appearance of more volume with ones existing hair providing texture.

When SMP is used to enhance a hair transplant, rather than as a stand-alone procedure, the range of people who might benefit from the procedure increases, but so do the issues of long-term planning. All of us who perform hair restoration surgery understand the difficulties in planning the transplant of permanent hair in a patient whose balding pattern will continue to evolve. With SMP it is even more complicated, as the implanted pigment will also change over time.

With time, permanent pigment disperses deeper in the skin, changing its hue and giving it a smudgy, less distinct appearance. When adding color to a donor scar, these changes are relatively inconsequential and one generally must only consider the greying of a patient’s hair over time – a problem easily corrected with hair dyes. On the other hand, subtle changes in the look of a totally tattooed scalp can be significant. Although many of us have observed the evolution in appearance of traditional tattoos as they age, SMP is a relatively new procedure and it will take years to get a good sense of how the technique will withstand the test of time.

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP): a Permanent Cosmetic Tattoo to Conceal Hair Loss and Camouflage Scalp Scars

May 7th, 2015

According to an article published in the journal of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics,[1] scalp micropigmentation (SMP) has been found to be a useful cosmetic treatment for hair loss and scalp scars.

SMP is a scalp tattooing technique that uses fine dots – like a stippled painting – to mimic the appearance of extremely short hairs on an otherwise bald scalp.

SMP can create the appearance of a fuller head of hair on a scalp that is losing hair by softening the contrast between the hair that remains and the color of the scalp. It can also effectively camouflage a scalp scar, like the donor scar from a strip hair transplant procedure, the scar from a scalp reduction or scars from trauma to the scalp.

Finally, SMP can help augment the results from either a Follicular Unit Hair Transplant (FUT) or a Robotic FUE Transplant (R-FUE), especially for patients who do not have enough donor hair to give the appearance of full coverage.

More Art than Science

While one might think the placement of the dots need only follow, in a straightforward fashion, the natural distribution and density of hair that occurs on a normal scalp, the application of SMP is in fact more art than science.

The effective application of SMP requires a strategy and technique custom tailored to each patient that takes into account the particular aesthetic needs of the patient and the particular characteristics of their hair and scalp.

To correctly design and execute such a tailored approach, a physician needs to have considerable expertise regarding where to place the dots, the proper needle size, the best angle of application, the depth and duration of penetration, and the best type of dye to use for a particular person’s scalp.

In addition to SMP being an art form, the article stresses that in the case of concealing pattern hair loss, a physician also needs to have a thorough medical understanding of the progressive nature of the genetic balding process.

References:

  1. Rassman W, Pak J, Kim J. Scalp micropigmentation: a useful treatment for hair loss. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am. 2013;21(3):497–503. []

 

 

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) Research

Research and developments about Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), its applications, techniques, case studies, and related topics.

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) Conceals Hair Loss and Camouflages Scalp Scars

Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on May 20th, 2015

According to an article published in the journal of Clinical Aesthetic, scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is an effective cosmetic solution for millions of men and women who currently have significant scalp deformities for which there are few, if any, good medical treatment options.

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a Practical, Permanent Cosmetic Treatment for Hair Loss

Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on May 8th, 2015

Hair restoration physicians William R. Rassman, Jae P. Pak, and Jino Kim have outlined a practical, permanent cosmetic treatment for hair loss, called scalp micropigmentation (SMP) in a paper published in the journal Hair Transplant Forum International.

The paper discussed case studies of six hair loss patients of varying age and hair loss condition who used SMP to camouflage scalp scars or areas of hair loss:

  1. A man in his mid-30s, who was diagnosed with scarring alopecia in his teens, used SMP to camouflage his scarring.
  2. A 30-year-old male, who had worn a hat continually since being diagnosed with alopecia totalis in his teens, used SMP to frame his face and re-build his self-esteem.
  3. A 55-year-old man, who had large-graft (“hair plug”) hair transplants and several scalp reductions, used SMP to fill in plug scars and re-define his hairline.
  4. A 32-year-old man used SMP to cover donor area scars from previous FUT procedures, fill in his thinning crown, and create a smooth hairline.
  5. A 22-year-old man filled in scars from a previous FUE hair transplant using scalp micropigmentation.
  6. A 45-year-old man, who had always shaved his head and refused hair transplantation, used SMP to create a hairline with an overall look of a clean-shaven head.

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP): a Permanent Cosmetic Tattoo to Conceal Hair Loss and Camouflage Scalp Scars

Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on May 7th, 2015

According to an article published in the journal of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics, scalp micropigmentation (SMP) has been found to be a useful cosmetic treatment for hair loss and scalp scars.

SMP is a scalp tattooing technique that uses fine dots – like a stippled painting – to mimic the appearance of extremely short hairs on an otherwise bald scalp.

SMP can create the appearance of a fuller head of hair on a scalp that is losing hair by softening the contrast between the hair that remains and the color of the scalp. It can also effectively camouflage a scalp scar, like the donor scar from a strip hair transplant procedure, the scar from a scalp reduction or scars from trauma to the scalp.

Finally, SMP can help augment the results from either a Follicular Unit Hair Transplant (FUT) or a Robotic FUE Transplant (R-FUE), especially for patients who do not have enough donor hair to give the appearance of full coverage.

 

We are pleased to have Lorraine Cormier, owner of In Our Hands/Artystyk Esthetics and Semi Permanent Makeup as part of our team.

Lorraine has traveled the world to learn and understand the difference techniques that are required to be able to work with each unique client.

We trust that she will always have our/her clients best interest and deliver the quality of work that you will be proud of.

You can reach her at:

506-855-4264

artystykceo@gmail.com

383 Champlain Street Dieppe

Lorraine works at a separate location but is in constant contact with us to ensure that our clients receive the quality service that we expect.

Because her workplace is set up for scalp micro-pigmentation, semi-permanent makeup, areola tattooing and tattoo removal, we know that the standards for these services are all under one roof and you will feel confident and assured that we both have the clients best interest in mind.

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