There are a number of reasons why women (and some men) are in need of tattoo treatments for the breast area. We can work on scars, areola re-sizing and symmetry correction, nipple color enhancement and full areola reconstruction following surgical procedures.
Whatever your reason, we can help you. Our medical work on the breast area is also recognized by some medical insurance companies, who may fund part of your treatment.
STEP 1: THE CONSULTATION
Prior to the treatment, you will have a personal consultation which will explore your medical history in detail. In order to ensure the correct outcome, we will need to understand what surgery or treatments you have had (or are planned for the future).
We will then talk with you about your desired outcome from the treatment and what you want to achieve. Knowing this will help us to work with you, to develop a solution that meets your needs. In addition to that, we’ll naturally take into account other factors such as your skin tone and breast shape and size.
During the design phase we will draw your new areola/nipple onto your skin. You will be fully involved in this process. We will be your guide, but you will be the one to approve exactly what everything looks like.
Finally, we will work on your colors. Depending on how natural, subtle or strong you want the result, we will custom blend our colors to perfectly match your requirements. Again, you will be fully involved in this part of the process.
STEP 2: THE TREATMENT
The treatment itself involves gently implanting microscopic particles of pigment into the skin. The treatment time will depend on your requirements and the treatment required. You should set aside 2 – 4 hours for your initial appointment.
STEP 3: AFTER THE TREATMENT
Your healed result will tend to look darker in appearance. However, this will soften in a few days, the color will lighten considerably. You will need to follow a simple aftercare routine which involves basic care of the area and application of a gentle balm. After a few days the color will gradually settle.
Depending on your treatment and degree of scarring, it could be that you require more than one appointment; however, this is entirely dependent on your individual circumstances and requirements.