Paramedical Tattooing, also known as Medical Tattooing and Medical Micropigmentation can be applied in many ways and can help improve the appearance of persons with skin disorders such as Vitiligo or Post-Inflammatory Hypo-pigmentation from skin trauma. Medical Tattoos can also help reduce the appearance of scars from accidents, burns, surgery & congenital disorders such as Cleft Palate.
Tattooing the skin with various shades of flesh tone pigments for the purpose of disguising a scar or skin area that is missing pigment or color is an artistic cosmetic solution used to help improve the appearance of men and women with physical abnormalities related to:
Cosmetic Surgery Scarring
Breast Lift (Mastopexy)
Breast Reconstruction (Mastectomy)
Stretchmarks due to pregnancy and/or weight loss
Burns & Injuries
Pigmentation Loss from Scarring
Vitiligo (Skin Depigmentation)
Hypo-Pigmentation (Missing Color)
Reconstructive Camouflage can also help post-mastectomy. The Areola is part of the human anatomy that plays a key role to the aesthetic look of a breast. Having a missing or scarred Areola can be psychologically devastating to any gender because it plays such an important role in the self-esteem, we need to feel whole and complete.
Paramedical Micropigmentation is specialty area of tattooing that can also improve breast appearance by recreating the areola shape and color lost after breast reconstruction and can minimize the appearance of scars left after breast augmentation. Micropigmentation in this area can also gain confidence in women who have discolored or lightened areolas due to breast feeding, patients who have had graft surgery and for those who are self-conscience about the size or color of their natural areolas or anyone who would like to hide the appearance of a scar.
All Paramedical Tattoo Services are performed by our Master Artist who is specifically trained in the art of Micropigmentation and combines art and science to give you the desirable look and confidence you need to feel confident. All Paramedical Tattoos use pigments that are customizable to fit your desired look and/or match your specific skin tone. Each service includes a consultation prior to procedure. Anesthetics (numbing agents) are applied prior to procedure and included throughout the service to keep you comfortable. Aftercare instructions, healing schedule and kit are included in each Paramedical service.
IMPORTANT: A minimum of 6 Months healing time for scars and/or from last surgery must be completed prior to any Medical Tattoo can be performed.
Paramedical tattoo treatments last anywhere from 1 to 3 years, and touch-up sessions may be required to reach your desired look. Procedure effects depends on scar tissue, oiliness of the skin, the quality and color of the pigments (darker shades last longer), and your lifestyle. Exfoliation, long periods of sun exposure, swimming pools, ocean and hot tubs, as well as saunas and hot showers can make the pigment fade faster. The effects can be prolonged with touch-up appointments.
Areola Size/Color Adjustment
Cosmetically enhance your areola's by recreating or adjusting shape & color with medical tattooing. This service can create symmetry, correct irregularities and refresh or change color to your personal preference.
Scars can be softened, blended or reduced in size by tattooing by implanting corrective pigments that are color matched specific to the area being treated. It can reduce a scar's appearance caused by old injuries, breast augmentation ,reduction cosmetic surgeries and more.
For those who have undergone tummy tucks, hernia repair, and other similar abdominal surgeries that affect the belly button—or sometimes render it obsolete all together. This medical tattoo is a great alternative to surgical reconstruction and uses a three-dimensional shading technique that using combines both shadows and highlights to draw the eye and attention away from the fact that the skin is completely flat and there’s no dimple.
Areola &Nipple Simulation
This approach uses cosmetic tattooing techniques and color pigments to create a three-dimensional looking areola for those who have had an unilateral mastectomy or bilateral breast reconstruction and can be achieved with or without a nipple button created by the surgeon.
This is a form of Micropigmentation where pigments are implanted into the deeper layers of skin to correct the color of stretchmarks and blend with the surrounding natural skin color. Using a custom blend of flesh-toned pigments that are color matched to your own skin tone, the appearance of stretchmarks become reduced and less noticeable.