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  1. Scar looking for help

    Hello friends, I have a scar due to a hair transplant that I made 7 years ago. This scar affects me a lot. I have read in the posts that the laser fraxel can help me to flatten and smooth the scar before moving to SMP. Anyone who can share with me please your comments if you think the laser fraxel can help me? Thank you!
  2. Hello, I am considering fully shaving my head and having SMP but I am concerned about how well my scar can be camouflaged with SMP. I shaved my head to a #1 i think and took these pictures. How worried should I be with this scar? Can anyone give me an idea of what to expect with SMP? I am planning on going to the San Franciscio clinic. Any help, advice, tips or comments is appreciated, thank you!
  3. I’m sorry if this has already been discussed on another thread but I’m considering getting SMP to help camouflage a strip scar. My skin is pale and my hair is dark brown. I understand from other threads that generally speaking the closer you can shave your hair the more effective the treatment will be. However I really don’t want to shave my head with a bic style razor. Therefore my question is, can you get away with shaving your head daily with electric clippers without a guard? Apologies, I can't seem to post pictures or links (apparently because I have less than 10 posts) but the two gentlemen currently pictured at the bottom of the 'Hair transplants and scars page' (Home > Treatment > Hair transplant and scars) seem to have their heads shaved with clippers. Would you agree? Also I’m realistic about the results. I’m not aiming for the scar to be completely invisible. My hope is that it will simply be far less noticeable to passers-by. Thank you in advance for any response.