Paramedical Treatments

Micropigmentation delivers fantastic results in the medical field. Doctors, nurses, surgeons, radiologists and specialists have recognised the value of micropigmentation procedures in areas such as vitiligo, scar camouflage, areola restoration, hairline enhancement, and "marking the spot" in radio therapy. Skilled practitioners and state-of-the-art equipment offer the assurance of minimum trauma to their clients and maximum safety throughout.

Burns

Once burnt skin has healed, or a year after any skin graft work, micropigmentation can be used to camouflage or blend colour to existing skin tones.

Scar Camouflage

Generally a year after a scar has healed, pigments can be used to match the scar to the colour of the surrounding skin in a blending effect. Occasionally the action of micropigmentation can help to stimulate the area and soften scar tissue.

Areola Restoration

Once reconstructive surgery is complete, micropigmentation is used to create or colour the areola. This usually helps to disguise any scarring and improve appearance. For most clients it is the "finishing touch" on a long and fraught journey.

Cleft Lip Reconstruction

The appearance of a cleft lip can be dramatically improved with micropigmentation. By creating a balanced shape and camouflaging scars, the lip is given definition and fullness.