Scalp Micropigmentation to Enhance the Natural Beauty You Already Have

Enhance By Tara

Scalp micropigmentation is a process that uses microneedles to “tattoo” pigment into the scalp. It creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles to restore the look of a fuller head of hair. The procedure replicates your natural hair follicles adding density to thinning areas.

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1. Consult

A consultation is required for scalp micropigmentation with Dr Tara so she can assess the area and advice the best course of treatment and the estimated cost of – scroll down and use our online booking system to book your consultation today!

2. Preparation

Dr Tara will advice you on how to prepare in the days before your treatment during your consultation. Scalp micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment and requires minimal preparation!

3. Treatment

On the day of treatment Dr Tara will sit down with you and talk to you about your treatment and answer any questions you may have. Most people need 3-5 sessions of scalp micropigmentation for best results, each treatment lasting a couple of hours.

4. After-Care

As with any treatment with Dr Tara, you will be provided with unique aftercare advice based on your individual needs post-treatment. Scalp micropigmentation is a minimally invasive treatment, and requires no down-time!

Frequently Asked Questions

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Scalp micropigmentation, is a kind of cosmetic tattoo that gives the illusion of a close buzz cut hairstyle on a bald head. The treatment can also be used to conceal the scars from hair transplantation or to make thinning hair seem thicker.

On average 2-4 treatments are needed for best results – a variety of factors come into the rate of fading such as the combination of hair and skin colour, the shade of pigments used and any scar tissue that requires treatment.

Results are immediate and you will see more results after each session – it may take a few weeks for the area to completely heal before you see your final result.

Each case for scalp micropigmentation is unique so a consultation is required in order for us to give price estimates for this treatment.

The average client will require a touch-up session every 3-6 years.  It depends on so many factors including the persons lifestyle, immune system and of course their own preference.

Ideally there should be at least 7 days between each scalp micropigmentation session.

Unlike surgical procedures like hair transplants, scalp micropigmentation is a minimally invasive treatment, so no downtime is required and you can return to work/normal daily activities straight away! You may have some redness, tenderness and potentially bruising after your treatment.

Scroll down and use our booking system to book your consultation for scalp micropigmentation with Tara. Once you’ve had your consultation we will get you booked in for treatment!

Meet Our Welcoming & Caring Team

A qualified dentist and advanced facial aesthetician. Tara studied at Kings College London, where she was inspired by her head and neck anatomy tutor to study advanced facial treatments. Tara graduated with honors in her dentistry course and immediately went on to study a range of advanced facial and skin treatments.
GDC #: 251549
Principal Practitioner
Dr Tara Francis

Dr Tara Francis

From a background of digital marketing, Becky joined Enhance By Tara to help manage the running of the Enhance By Tara social media. Since then, Becky has continued to develop her skills. In doing so, she has completed a range of training and courses, such as Obagi skincare and Lipofirm and has gone onto treat many of you.
Patient Coordinator & Lipofirm Pract.
Becky Kirby

Becky Kirby

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Enhance By Tara’s aim is to enhance the natural beauty we already possess. Tara prides herself on her ability to provide a welcoming, relaxed and caring environment for her patients. Tara’s passion in this industry is clear and ever growing, and this shows through her work, commitment to achieve excellence, and positive feedback from patients.