Q Switch laser and hair
Absolutely the laser can damage the hair. It may be best to wait and not do anything and see if the blue dots disappear on their own over time.
Lasers can remove SMP pigments but it "may" harm surrounding hairs. This includes transplanted hairs. It is a risk.
Lasers can remove SMP pigments but it "may" harm surrounding hairs. This includes transplanted hairs. I have seen SMP successfully removed without harming surrounding hairs, but it is a risk.
Doing laser over implanted hair
It would have been a better idea to remove the blue dots using laser before implantation. The laser may damage the implanted hair.
My Scalp Micropigmentation Turned Blue
The Q switch laser should remove the blue dots. You should visit us in Los Angeles. We pioneered SMP for the medical/surgical hair market and published world-wide on the subject. @3 dold Open Hosse events one a month the the next one will be May 14th where you can meet SMP patients who are not blue. see below