Medical Tattooing

Paramedical uses of permanent makeup provide liberation from the embarrassment of unsightly scars and natural skin imperfections. Medical Tattooing or Cosmetic Pigment Camouflage are names given to a Post Surgery Treatment using a procedure to infuse a coloured pigment in to the skin. Once the skin has healed, pigment can be infused and blended into the surrounding skin tone to camouflage an imperfection and create the illusion of smoother skin.

Medical micropigmentation techniques can be applied in many ways: Skin Camouflage helps improve the appearance of persons with skin diseases such as Vitiligo or post-inflammatory hypo-pigmentation from skin trauma. Scar Camouflage helps reduce the appearance of scars from accidents, burns, surgery, or the repair of congenital disorders such as Cleft Palate. Hair simulation helps restore the appearance of missing hair lost to disease (Cancer or Alopecia), trauma, or natural thinning within an eyebrow, moustache, or scalp.

That technique can also be used to simulate hair stubble. Reconstructive camouflage helps post-mastectomy patients by creating a nipple and areola on the new reconstructed breast. The appearance of areola incision scars from breast surgeries for augmentation, reduction, and breast lift can also be masked.

Medical Tattooing can help improve the appearance of men and women with physical abnormalities related to many conditions: Please call and ask for further details.