For a lot of patients that have suffered with traumatic surgeries it is very important to reduce scars and visible marks as much as possible by camouflaging them, to allow the client to regain their confidence and restore a level of normality.
All surgeries have to be completed and the scars fully healed and settled for a minimum of 6-12 months.
A consultation prior to these treatments with one of our expert practitioners is essential.
For women who have undergone mastectomies, other Breast surgeries or who may have irregular or fading Areolas these paramedical breast restoration procedures are nothing short of a medical miracle.
Our Areola pigmentation and nipple restoration techniques will help to restore the natural beauty of your breast so you can regain confidence in your femininity.
If you decide against nipple reconstruction during surgery we can tattoo a 3D nipple for you.
After meeting you for the first time we discuss a treatment plan for you and talk about the treatment in more detail.
Sometimes very prominent scars make us feel very self conscious about our appearance and wont let us forget about the cause of them.
If you have scars that you would like to camouflage permanently speak to our experienced team about your options.
Cleft Lip Reconstruction
Around 1200 babies every year are born with a cleft lip, it is therefore the fourth most common birth defect.
When you have had your final surgery (usually at the age of 18) and your scar is fully healed you can start looking into cosmetic improvements.
The surgeons do great jobs reconstructing the tissue to leave minimal gaps but often the patient is left with a strong pull or missing lip tissue and it is therefore very obvious.
Permanent lip reconstruction alongside relaxation of the scar tissue is a great way to camouflage these symptoms.
Our expert medical tattoo artist will reconstruct a full lip shape for you and match the skin colour to your natural lip tissue. She has been very fortunate to have trained under Karen Betts, a leader in the UK in the field of Medical Micropigmentation.
Multiple treatments are normally necessary to archive good results as working on scar tissue can be challenging due to this type of tissue sometimes rejecting colour.
A full consultation prior to the treatment is essential to discuss the treatment plan.