Medical micropigmentation is also called a medical tattoo. The method is used to reconstruct, mask or correct skin imperfections after various types of procedures. This allows you to 'get rid of the past' that has left a lasting sign on your skin.
HOW IT’S DONE
The treatment involves minute particles of coloured pigment being placed mechanically below the surface of the skin to cover various types of skin imperfections. Its application is very broad. The most popular body parts that are subjected to the treatment:
- Micropigmentation of the scalp – used in people with scars on the head or as a supplement to hair transplant. With individually selected pigments, the treatment hides hair loss caused by alopecia, alopecia areata or chemotherapy. The tattooed spots on the scalp imitate hair bulbs and visually thicken the hair.
- Breast micropigmentation is used in women after mastectomy, breast reconstruction or augmentation, as well as in those suffering from vitiligo. It helps in the recreation of an areola thanks to which your breasts regain their natural look.
- Scar camouflage – medical micropigmentation is used for various types of scars, resulting from surgeries, injuries, burns, caesarean section, skin lesions, as well as hemangiomas and stretch marks. Pigment placed below the surface of the skin smoothes out the colour of the skin, making the changes less visible.For many people this is a way to hide all sorts of skin defects or illnesses, which allows them to improve their self-esteem, regain self-confidence and often return to normal life after harsh experiences.
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