Medical Tattooing

It is common for people to undergo a phenomenon in their life that leads to an alteration
in a feature of their appearance. Some individuals could have a medical condition or the
outcome of a medical condition that changes their appearance and they possess a need
to change this aesthetically.

Medical tattooing, an innovative kind of cosmetic tattooing, is a choice that may promote
a desired alteration or restoration of one’s look. Medical tattooing offers a large pool of
treatments.

3D Nipple Post Breast Reconstruction and 3D Areola Reshaping & Pigmentation

The nipple and areola are defining traits of the breast and a normal focal point for the
eye thus not having this trait feels different from the normal for people who have
undergone breast reconstruction. By using specific techniques on the reconstructed
breast, it is possible to make a 3D nipple and areola tattoo which uses shadows and
highlights to bring back a feeling of depth and detail.

Scar & Burns Camouflage Coloration
Damaged skin from cuts, burns or punctures forms scar tissue which is thicker than
normal skin, more distinct and turns white once healed can be treated with camouflage
treatment. Camouflage coloration involves re-pigmenting the scar tissue with a natural
colour similar so as to blend with the rest of the body. The process can involve
micro-pigmentation which divides the scar tissue and colours to have a better match for
an individual’s natural skin tone.

Shallow & Mosaic Pigment Camouflage
Shallow and mosaic pigment camouflage treatments are carried out on areas of the skin
that have undergone pigment loss. The process of micropigmentation implants
pigments into the skin. The shallow and mosaic effects give the tattoos a very natural
appearance.

LD & TRAM Scar Flattening & Pigmentation
TRAM flap surgery entails breast reconstruction from the lower abdominal skin. LD and
TRAM scar flattening treatments can utilise medical tattooing to smoothen the scars
post breast reconstruction. Smoothening the scars assists in naturally restoring the
pigment. Additionally, pigments are implanted into the skin to give it back a natural
colour .

Skin Graft & Vitiligo Pigmentation
Vitiligo is a skin disorder characterised by the loss of skin colour on small or widespread
areas of the body. The process of micropigmentation implants pigments into the skin by
using a variety of techniques and pigments. The treatment is ideal for any one
especially for dark-skinned people although it is challenging to perfectly match the
colour to that of the surrounding region for which mosaic technique can be introduced to
give natural variation in skin pigment and colouring.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

How long will the results last?
For the colour tattooing, we recommend a retouch every 24 months. The texture and
natural changes from the procedure are life long lasting.

Can I have sun exposure / get tanned post the procedure?
We recommend sun exposure when the treatment is healed for the melanin to change
its colour while exposed to the sun. Tanning is recommended in moderation as
excessive sun exposure can create contrast between healthy skin and treated area.

Can I have the treatment if I am tanned?
We recommend for the tan to fade away for the treatment to work to its fullest and
achieve the best possible outcome.

How many treatments will I need?

We recommend two sessions to achieve the best possible results, however significant
improvement can be seen after the first session itself.

How long does the treatment take?
Treatment time varies based on the area of treatment – most patients are treated within
30 minutes however some treatments may take up to 1 hour.

What can I expect following treatment?
Redness along with slight bruising may be expected following the treatment, however it
will resolve within a few days.

Results you can count on:




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