Medical Tattooing

So what is Medical Tattooing? 

Medical Tattooing scar camouflage for vitiligo
Medical Tattooing is also known as ‘Skin Colour Tattooing’, ‘Paramedical Micropigmentation’ or ‘Restorative Tattooing’. It’s a very gentle method of placing permanent tattoo inks into the scar tissue and upper dermal layer of the skin to achieve a realistic, natural solution for disguising scars, burns or adding a realistic nipple and areola that was removed or damaged during surgery.
I offer a range of medical tattoo services for you to choose from, including:

 

Medical tattooing is perfect to build your self confidence

Medical tattooing for hair replacement scars

 

 

 

Medical Tattooing is great for helping to build your self-confidence, self esteem and perception of your body image. Often people choose to have these treatments as they prepare for a summer holiday or a special occasion, such as a wedding.

Prices of these treatments will vary as everybody’s needs are different. For example, small scar camouflage will take less time and sometimes fewer sessions than a large scar, so a consultation is essential in advance of your treatment.

 

My medical, nursing experience helps me with medical tattooing

I have specialised in paramedical micropigmentation – otherwise known as medical tattooing, since 2011 and I’ve worked in the field full time and have performed treatments every day.
Now this next date makes me feel very old!  I qualified as a nurse in 1996! However, along with feeling old, I also know I have gained a wide range of experience in working with patients who have undergone breast surgery, both pre and post op, as well as on a chemotherapy day unit.

In addition, I also have extensive experience working with the skin: with scars tissue, eczema, rosacea, wounds and ulcers in dermatology units, as well as in District nursing and in the nursing field of head and neck surgery.

I feel very lucky that I now have clients visiting me from all over the UK and Ireland, Europe and as far as Bankok, who understand that this unique combination of medical experience and artistic talent gives the best possible results.

Prices are listed on our price list for further information or book online for a consultation today.

Medical Tattooing- Scar Camouflage and Repigmentation of Stable Vitiligo

Permanent scar camouflage is particularly effective for disguising light coloured scars, such as stretch marks, surgical or trauma scars.

The scars should be at least 1 year old and pale coloured for safe and effective semi-permanent scar camouflage.

Suitable for trauma and surgical scars, burns and stretch marks.

Click here for more information on scar camouflage using skin coloured tattooing.

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Nipple and Areola Reconstruction

The darker circle of flesh around the nipple is called the areola which usually darkens and enlarges during pregnancy, during breast growth, weight gain or after breast augmentation.

I can recreate or ‘replace’ the colour and 3D shape of the nipple areola after breast reconstruction or for light coloured (hypo-pigmented) or asymmetrical areolas and also disguise the suture scars around the outside circumference of the areola after surgery.

Price includes one touch-up treatment session within two months of initial treatment. Any further colour changes or shape alterations will be £250 per appointment.

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Hair Loss Camouflage

Hair Loss Camouflage is the perfect way to make your hair look thicker from the root.

If you are concerned that your hair looks thinner than it used to, especially under those unforgiving spotlights or in bright sunlight, then this treatment is perfect for you.

By precisely adding individual hair strokes to your scalp in the direction of your hair growth using a gentle cosmetic tattooing technique, this treatment can really make your hair look fuller and thicker and looks great especially when hair is worn loose.

Treatment costs start from £250 per session and two to three sessions are normally required to build up the pigment strength.

Each session can take from 1-4 hours.

The Healing Process – Questions and Answers

 

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