What We Do

Medical Tattooing

Medical tattooing, also known as paramedical procedures or Micropigmentation, is a non-surgical solution that can make post-surgery patients and trauma survivors feel whole again.This can help burn victims, breast cancer survivors, clients experiencing hair loss and scar or facelift camouflage.

They can all be permanently camouflaged. In a lot of cases the actual scar tissue will even be improved during the process. Breast cancer patients who have had a breast reconstruction done due to a mastectomy can now have areola reconstructed using reconstructive cosmetic tattooing.

The process of Micropigmentation has been used and endorsed for years by plastic and cosmetic surgeons, ophthalmologists, oncologists and dermatologists.

IDEAL FOR:

  • Before and after chemotherapy
  • Camouflage of post-surgical scars
  • Areola/Nipple restoration after breast cancer surgery
  • A permanent solution to skin pigmentation loss (Vitiligo)
  • Brow hair loss caused by thyroid conditions
  • People with hair loss due to age or illness (Alopecia)
  • Hair-pulling disorder (Trichotillomania)
  • Women with sensitive skin, sensitivity to contact lenses, or allergies to cosmetics
  • People with motor impairment, including post-stroke, arthritis, Parkinson’s, or multiple sclerosis

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Testimonials

Our Clients' Reviews

My bald spots looks so much better. Great job!

Marcus Sinopolous

Highly recommended and very professional. Zhenith listened to me carefully and understood what I want to happen. My c section scar looks like my skin no more scar!

Thank you so much.

Lea Gonzales

Zhenith you are amazing and put me at ease immediately. As I’m a mature lady with a bad scar, you listened to my concerns with patience & respect. Even though my skin was extremely resistant and I had to have an extra visit, there was minimal pain and I absolutely love them.

Thank you for being extremely professional and checking in with me throughout the whole healing process. I never thought my scar is way less noticeable.

Pam Rimeld