I am sorry, I did not come back to this thread sooner. Hadamar, I perfectly understand your concern. For Zang (who did my fifth and sixth treatments in LA last year), it is simply likley that you were not standing within the resolving range of the lenses in your eyes. When HIS performs an initial treatment the dots are often 150 to 300 Um (micrometers) in diameter. (to give reference, the diameter of a single cut hair shaft in a caucasian male is about 77 Um). Now, if the dots stayed that big, they would be more noticeable and the overall effect would not be so realistic, but over the next 90 days or so, the pigments are attacked by the immune system and they fade down. This often ends at having dots that are about 90 to 170 Um in diameter and virtually undectable. (no, I dont work for HIS presently, and no, I am not making this shit up). Even after this initial 90 period, the dots continue to shrink, but at a much slower rate. This is part of the reason, that all clients (including practitioners) need to have a touch up every 4-6 years roughly. If not, the dots eventually are broken up by exposure to UV radiation when you are outside and by assimilation from macrophage action in the dermal layer of the skin.
Now, even if you have 20/20 vision you need to be within one foot typically to see the distinctness of the dots (for example on Zang's scalp). If you never got that close, then that is the reason. If you did get that close and you still saw a lack of dots, then the answer is that Zang needs a touch up. (I have seen Zang three times from very close and never had trouble seeing his dots. Thankfully, he did not show me his balls)
Also remember Hadamar that dot size and the ability to retain a specific size of pigment dot in the collagen micro-weave of the dermal layer of the skin is very much epigenetically regulated. For example, after a treatment is over on two different guys and they both come back one year later, one guy my have dots that average 170 Um and the other dude may have dots that average 60 Um. Humanity is a Guassian curve and this is true for pigment retention in the dermis.
While I would like to tell you that you will be that one dude who ends up with perfect dots, in truth, there is no way to know without giving it a shot. And for that, I recommend the patch test. Look it up in the FAQ section and you can read all about it and how it works. It is only about 80 US dollars and may help you out.
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SMP treatments finished on July 12th, 2013
Went from Norwood 4.5 to a realistic Norwood 1 - Pretty happy with my results!
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