I was thinking about this: why isn't scalp micropigmentation (SMP) publicised more? For many people who are unable to achieve the density they would like via one or multiple hair transplants, it makes sense to consider SMP. I know that SMP is often used to mark out the linear scar that a FUT leaves behind, but you could go beyond that. Couldn't you maximise your number of grafts in the donor zone if you cleverly utilised SMP? I'm not suggesting that you transplant every hair from your back and sides and then use SMP to fill in this huge area, but surely the advantage would be that you could take out a lot more grafts out of these areas and create the illusion that your donor zone is fuller than it actually is. I'm certainly considering utilising SMP for my thinning crown whilst I use a FUT/FUE for the frontal areas. Have a look here: http://fue-hairtransplant.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/more-interesting-stuff-about-scalp.html?m=1.