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Artistry Concepts Patented Medical Tattoo Process Replicates Hair for Scarring and Baldness Victims

Artistry Concepts Patented Medical Tattoo Process Replicates Hair for Scarring and Baldness Victims

For other people named Alex Smith, see Alex Smith (disambiguation).

Alexander D. (not his real name) of Ireland visited America in search of a

better self image, but received much more than he ever thought possible,

thanks to an artist named Mark Weston Mark Weston was a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street.

Mark met colleagues Toni and Chris when they were working in Fiji in 2004. They were impressed by his medical skills, and Chris found him a job at the plastics unit. .

Burned in a fire as a child, Alex Smith endured years of skin

grafts, lost an ear, and could not grow facial or scalp hair at all on

one side of his head. But Mark Weston of Artistry Concepts Hair

Replication Center was able to help him with an unusual (and permanent)

solution to his problem. With patented, specialized tools, Weston was

able to re create the look of scalp and facial hair Noun 1. facial hair hair on the face (especially on the face of a man)

hair a covering for the body (or parts of it) consisting of a dense growth of threadlike structures (as on the human head); helps to prevent heat loss; “he combed his hair”; “each hair on Alex that was so

realistic, it literally changed the young man’s life.

Weston’s procedure is a medical tattoo A medical tattoo, is a tattoo given for health purposes: As a warning that a patient suffers from a chronic disease that can exacerbate suddenly and that will require immediate specialist treatment. process known as

ACHM ACHM American College of Hyperbaric Medicinethat were not happy with the outcome, as well as those who tried.