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At The Scalp Studio, we're firm believers that confidence is for everyone, no matter where you are on your hair loss journey. 

SMP after cancer chemotherapy


SMP is an ideal treatment for cancer patients post-chemotherapy and individuals facing medical-related hair loss, such as alopecia or burns. This innovative technique offers a non-invasive, natural-looking solution, helping restore confidence and a sense of normalcy during challenging times.


SMP's ability to create the appearance of a full head of hair makes it a valuable choice for those seeking to regain their self-esteem and well-being after enduring medical treatments or traumatic incidents.


Chemotherapy-induced hair loss is a common side effect of cancer treatment. SMP can aid in restoring confidence and self-esteem by recreating the appearance of a full head of hair. This boost in self-assurance can have a positive impact on the well-being of individuals undergoing cancer treatment, helping them navigate the emotional challenges of hair loss during this time.

Traction Alopecia

This type of hair loss results from constant hair follicle tension, often due to tight hairstyles or extensions. Our SMP artists use precision techniques to recreate a natural-looking hairline by mimicking individual hair follicles, providing a fuller and more defined appearance.

Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition affecting both men and women, causes patchy hair loss due to the immune system attacking hair follicles. Our SMP artists collaborate closely with clients to tailor treatment plans, which may involve blending, camouflaging, or simulating short hair stubble based on the individual's specific hair situation.


Medical-related hair loss varies for each person, making cost estimations challenging. We highly recommend scheduling a free consultation at The Scalp Studio for personalized guidance. Your privacy and concerns will be respected, and we'll gladly collaborate with your medical team to tailor a treatment plan to your unique medical history.

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