Nipple and areola tattoo is a form of corrective permanent makeup, also known as medical aesthetical micropigmentation, most often performed after mastectomy surgery. This procedure restores the natural shade and shape of a nipple and areola, and can be done in conjunction with surgical nipple reconstruction.
After breast reconstruction, this simple procedure can truly help restore a sense of wholeness and self.
Corrective permanent makeup is generally applied to the facial area. By depositing natural pigments in the upper layers of the skin using a small sterile micro-needle, a medical tattooing expert is able to recreate the effect of lost pigmentation.
Here are some of the facial micropigmentation techniques offered at our medical spa in Paramus, New Jersey:
If you’re looking for an experienced cosmetic micro-pigmentation artist, schedule your personal consultation with Denise Wekarski at The Breslow Center in Paramus, New Jersey today! Call 201-444-9522.