Truth be told, hair thinning or hair loss can happen at any age to any individual. It is not restricted to middle-aged men. Some hair loss is, of course, normal but should never be confused with hair loss of a more serious nature or thinning hair. No other signs of trouble may exist, other than for the fact that you seem to be losing more hair than usual – and it isn’t coming back. Even if you were never very fussy about your hair, the prospect of thinning hair (or eventual baldness) sends shivers down most people’s spine. Fortunately, at Jonathan Gerow SMP, we know just how that feels and what to do about it.
What is Thinning Hair?
For many, the thought of hair loss or thinning hair is unimaginable – until it happens to them. Unfortunately, thinning hair is experienced by up to 38% of women and nearly 60% of males (this number varies with ethnicity) will experience male pattern baldness. But how do you know if your hair is thinning?
The chances of you going to bed with a full head of hair and waking up bald are slim to none. This is usually a gradual process that most people don’t pick up on it until it has progressed significantly. If you are seeing a lot more hair in your brush, in the drain, and on your pillow case than you are used to seeing, this could be the beginning of thinning hair. Some people visit a salon and, after their hair is cut and styled, realize that things are looking a little sparse up there. If your hair doesn’t hold a style the way it used to or looks flat, this could be a sign of things to come.
If you see more scalp than you used to when you pull your hair back, chances are the hair is thinning, presenting more scalp than usual. You may also notice that your ponytail feels thinner. If you part your hair, and the part looks like it’s widening, there is a good chance that you are dealing with a hair loss condition. Chances are you may have noticed a sunburn on your scalp where there had never been one before. And though men are seldom proud of thinning hair, this condition can make women feel isolated and embarrassed. Sadly, it is not at all uncommon in either sex.
Why Use Scalp Micro-Pigmentation to Treat Thinning Hair?
In both men and women, thinning hair can be caused by any number of things including but not limited to an autoimmune condition, hormonal abnormalities, anemia, thyroid disease, genetics, and more. At Jonathan Gerow SMP, we specialize in a treatment for thinning hair known as SMP, or scalp micropigmentation.
This is a permanent hair loss solution that camouflages the fact that your hair is thinning. Usually, in just a few treatments the procedure will change your life for the better. Any hair color or hair style can be matched and the procedure is safe, minimally invasive, and can effectively manage a multitude of scalp and hair problems and conditions.
The Affordable SMP Specialist to Combat Thinning Hair
At Jonathan Gerow SMP we understand that you not only want to look your best but feel your best in as little time as possible and with as little financial damage as is necessary. Because, particularly in this day and age, few people have money to burn, we offer our services at affordable prices which won’t be repeated periodically because this is a permanent hair loss solution. Everyone wants to avoid highly invasive scalp treatments, harsh chemicals, exorbitant fees, and ongoing treatments. Your time is valuable. And you worked hard for your money. Contact Jonathan Gerow SMP today and book an appointment for your individual evaluation!