Areola restoration or Nipple tattooing
Paramedical procedures include areola restoration (nipple tattooing), scar camouflage (correction), Vitiligo (a condition lacking pigment in the skin), hare Lip (cleft lip), alopecia (a condition causing complete or partial hair loss which can be temporary or permanent). The list is endless and these are just a few conditions where paramedical procedures can be of great benefit. These procedures have been developed to help those who have been disfigured through accident, trauma, illness, or conditions which originated at birth.
Many women who have endured the ordeal of breast cancer leading to mastectomy can have areola restoration to complete the natural appearance of the breast. This treatment will boost a patient’s confidence and help them regain their self-esteem and dignity. Scar camouflage procedures can add the variance of skin tones to damaged tissue, and hare-lip patients can have confidence instilled with an illusionary procedure to create symmetry and balance. These are just a few areas where paramedical procedures in micro-pigmentation have found a very important place in helping sufferers to gain a sense of normality.
Andrew Stassi has developed his own techniques for areola restoration resulting in a very lifelike 3D appearance.
The images show a client who suffered with breast cancer and had an implant. One areola was much smaller than the other and the large one was oval shape. A treatment plan was suggested to give balance and symmetry – the healed result is after one session only and the pictures are six weeks post treatment.