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Scalp Micropigmentation vs The Hair System

Posted by DHI Australia on October 25, 2016

“Hair Systems” as they are now referred to have come a long way since the old “hair rugs” or wigs. Improved technology has meant better glues and better fitting. However, there is and will always be that fear…of losing your hair system…in public.

In this article, we discuss the pros and cons of hair systems alongside scalp micropigmentation.



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How To Make Your Hair Look Thicker Without Surgery

Posted by DHI Australia on May 5, 2016

Thinning hair and hair loss can be confronting for both men and women. An alternative to hair transplantation is DHI Scalp Micropigmentation to address hair loss. It provides a non-invasive and pain-free solution that doesn’t require the implantation of hair follicles. It is quick, painless, and the results are seen immediately. Minimal amount of time is required in the chair for the procedure. Patients who wear a hairpiece can have this procedure and it can also be done on facial hair such as eyebrows.

This article explains the process of DHI scalp micropigmentation, how it works and the results you can expect.

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The DHI Difference

Posted by DHI Australia on October 26, 2015

Why do people lose their hair?

For many people, hair loss is unfortunately inevitable due to genetics, age, or a combination of factors. The most common reason for hair loss is androgenetic alopecia. This is where men lose their hair at a particular age due to their family history and there is nothing that can be done to prevent it.

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Topics: Scalp Micropigmentation

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