The third largest city in the United Kingdom and by far the most populous in Scotland is the port city of Glasgow. It is also considered as a top European financial centre where trade and commerce is in constant motion. Transient businessmen and residents alike might be pleased to know about a certain treatment facility should they be undergoing alopecia. It can easily be reached after a mild stroll either from the Glasgow Central train station or St. Enoch SPT subway station. Ideally located on 496 Argyle Street, the HIS Hair Clinic in Glasgow has been catering to the public for over a year now. Those interested in finding more about scalp micropigmentation can call to schedule an appointment for a free consultation. Depending on their availability, a practitioner will be sent either from the head office in Birmingham or the Harley Street clinic in London. They will be the ones responsible to conduct the meeting in order to provide the best information possible for the prospective client. This is the opportunity for the latter to share his concerns regarding the procedure and ask questions about it. Scalp micropigmentation is a relatively new procedure that can understandably be viewed by people with some skepticism. It is not after all considered as mainstream as minoxidil or finasteride, which are only two of the approved medications by the Food and Drug Administration for male pattern baldness. This treatment however is only supposed to camouflage the alopecia, not cure it. The good thing about it is that getting scalp micropigmentation is as close as anyone can get to permanently eliminating the appearance of baldness. It can have pigments already in place even before a certain section of the scalp loses its hair due to androgenic alopecia. The beauty about is that it there is no need to constantly return to the clinic for check-ups or additional services. This might be necessary only after four to six years from the completion of their first treatment. Having been able to adequately discuss scalp micropigmentation, the consultation process can shift to other topics. This would include the type of hair pattern design the prospective client would want to have. Depending on how the alopecia has affected their scalp, the style usually selected is the buzz cut look. This can help generate a younger looking appearance and will also be easier to maintain. The scalp only needs to be shaved regularly to prevent any existing hair from growing too long. Another style however can make use of patient’s existing hair. Scalp micropigmentation could make it look thicker provided that his hairline is not receding and that there is only diffuse thinning in the vertex region of the head. When the balding does start to become more noticeable and if the actual hair were insufficient to provide coverage for the pigments then it would be best to just shave it off entirely. This can always be worn as a “just-shaven” hair pattern. Scalp micropigmentation could also be used on scarring left by previous hair transplant surgery. This would work best when the scars are smooth and colorless. It can also be applied to other scars received from trauma to the head or even birthmarks. This will leave the head looking more natural and free of noticeable marks. Actually making an appointment to begin with the first scalp micropigmentation session should be done only after the client has been able to fully decide that this is the solution for him. Under no circumstances will he be pressured into pushing through with this treatment. The free consultation process is only there to inform, explain and discuss any other aspects that the potential patient will need to understand what scalp micropigmentation process is.