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What is Paramedical Tattooing?


         Paramedical tattooing, also known as medical tattooing or medical micropigmentation, can be applied in many ways. Skin camouflage helps improve the appearance of people with skin diseases such as vitiligo, melasma, age spots, and post-inflammatory hypopigmentation from skin trauma. Scar camouflage helps reduce the appearance of scars from accidents, burns, and surgery. Hair simulation or scalp micropigmentation (SMU) helps restore the appearance of missing hair lost to disease (cancer or alopecia), trauma, or natural thinning within an eyebrow, mustache, 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 newly reconstructed breast. The appearance of areola incision scars from breast surgeries for augmentation, reduction, and breast lifts can also be masked.

        Our Master Techincan also extends into the paramedical fields of scar revision, scar camouflage, tattoo removal, and hair follicle replication, as well as areola restoration, vitiligo, skin pigmentation disorder camouflage, and much more. We use the latest state-of-the art equipment and highest-grade pigments for all of our procedures. We offer four different pigment brands, each with their own specialized line of shades and formulation to be used for the specific area being tattooed. This ensures you receive the best-looking and longest-lasting permanent makeup results.

Artistic cosmetic solutions help to improve the appearance of men and women with physical abnormalities related to the following conditions:

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