Medical & Reconstructive Scar Camouflage & Reduction

Medical & Reconstructive Scar Camouflage & Reduction

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Scar Camouflage – permanent makeup is the ideal treatment to help camouflage any type of scarring, whether it is the result of surgery or from an accident. These treatments are effective in returning the skin to its natural tone and will significantly reduce the visual effect of the scarring. This highly skilled technique will not change the texture of the affected area, but simply make it far less visible. Permanent makeup has also been proven to be successful in camouflaging the effects of Vitiligo. This skin disorder causes pigmentation cells in the skin to die or cease to function correctly, leaving areas of discolouration on the skin. By using a specialist technique to match the original tone of your skin we can treat the area with various shades of pigment to blend the affected area unnoticeably with your natural skin colour. This process is only successful in cases where the Vitiligo has been in remission for at least a year.

Areola Restoration & Nipple Re-pigmentation – Various types of plastic surgery (Mammoplasty or Mastoplexy) or complete breast reconstruction after Mastectomy can leave scarring which can easily be camouflaged with our re-pigmentation techniques. After going through what are usually traumatic or emotional experiences we can help women restore their self-confidence by creating the effect of a realistic, three dimensional nipple and areola through carefully applied tonal pigmentation.

Multitrepannic Collagen Actuation (MCA) – MCA is a method of derma-pigmentation using a ‘dry needling’ technique’ which has proven successful in treating a wide range of conditions by softening and flattening scars. The technique can be successful in the treatment of acne scars (atrophic) or raised (hypertrophic) scars from injury or as a result of surgery. Additionally it can be used to improve the appearance of wrinkles & stretch marks, skin grafts, burns and in some cases, Vitiligo. MCA will in some cases stimulate the natural re-colouration of a scar that is white. If this does not work we are able to camouflage scar areas by implanting skin tone pigments to disguise their appearance.

 

 

 

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