What is Medical Tattooing and how does it benefit our clients?
Medical tattooing improves one’s quality of life by addressing problems that arise from illness such as cancer, surgery, accidents, birth defects, hair loss, cleft lip and scars including from self harm. Unfortunately, many people who want to remedy these problems or make them less noticeable were unaware that something could be done until now. Skin Camouflage lessens the appearance of scars from cosmetic surgical scarring (breast reduction, face lifts), burns or accidents. Scalp Tattooing / Hair Follicle Replication lessens the appearance of scars on the scalp and is a great solution for men or women who experience hair loss or suffer from thinning hair or are completely bald.
How Long Do They Last?
Areola Restoration is a permanent procedure, however, may need touched up initially after 4-6 weeks of healing time. Over time when fading occurs, which happens naturally with these types of services, one may choose to have them retouched.
How long will a medical tattoo last?
Scar coverage may take several sessions to achieve desired results and will need regular touch up appointments. All scars must be fully healed (minimum 1 Year) before tattooing can be attempted. Consultations are required.
What is Skin Camouflage / Scar Color?
Skin color loss (de-pigmentation) can occur for many reasons such as trauma from burns or accidents as well as self harm, scars left from any type of surgery or different types of skin diseases. Skin camouflage tattooing can correct or improve the appearance of many types of scars and skin abnormalities. Skin Camouflage Medical tattooing can correct these scars to make them less noticeable. We can only darken scars we cannot lighten them.
Patients can benefit from medical tattooing for the following:
Lip Tattooing addresses dermalogical defects and irregularities, pigment variations including loss of color, defines and creates the look of borders and symmetry. This is a great addition to lip fillers.
– Cleft Lip camouflage adds color and symmetry to appearance of lip structure.
Other conditions that benefit are:
· Reduction of stretchmark visibility
· Stretch mark camouflage
· Scar correction from injury
· Scar correction from surgery such as facelift, surgical and breast lift scarring
· Tattoos to Help Burn Victims Reduce Visibility of Scars
· Areas that have Hypopigmentation (light areas of skin)
· Cleft Lip
Where Do I Begin?
It can feel intimidating dealing with all of the information. We want to make this step as easy as possible for you! We offer complimentary consultations and are here to work with you. Let us know how we can best serve you by reaching out either through your medical provider or center or contact us directly at: 253-848-3326/ www.myswankybrows.com
Monday- Saturday 9am to 6pm.