Micropigmentation And Paramedical Cosmetic Tattooing Procedures
The paramedical use of cosmetic tattooing is a highly specialized field and one in which the Whitney Center staff are nationally recognized experts. Clients are frequently referred to us by prominent plastic surgeons nationwide.
Paramedical uses of permanent makeup provide liberation from the embarrassment of unsightly scars and natural skin imperfections. Also called micropigmentation, paramedical permanent makeup is the implantation of pigment within the skin in a safe and sterile environment by our highly skilled Board Certified and nationally recognized experts.
Permanent makeup provides a finishing touch to surgical procedures, camouflaging scars and burns, and breast reconstruction. Micropigmentation's ability to break up scar tissue and color it to better match your natural skin tone improves your appearance and gives you renewed confidence in your appearance.
Areola And Nipple Restoration Using Micropigmentation And Paramedical Cosmetic Tattooing
Permanent makeup can be used to fashion a more natural look after breast reconstruction surgery by creating the illusion of a lifelike areola and nipples. Color and circle definition in fading or irregular areolas can also be corrected to create a more natural-looking breast. For women who have undergone mastectomies or who may have irregular or fading areolas, this complex micropigmentation and 3-D nipple restoration is nothing short of a miracle! Find out more...
Scar Camouflage Using Paramedical Permanent Cosmetics
Scars, burns, and skin imperfections from surgeries or injuries
can be easily camouflaged using these specialized permanent cosmetic micropigmentation
procedures. Micropigmentation can also be used to break up scar tissue and
color it for a better appearance. Permanent cosmetics can disguise scars and
discolorations from cleft palate, birthmarks, non-pigmented age spots, and
cosmetic surgeries like face lifts and tummy tucks. Find out more...
Alopecia Areata (Hair Loss) Relief
You don't need to feel self conscious about hair loss. Alopecia is the second most common hair loss disease after clinical pattern baldness. Using permanent cosmetics, micropigmentation can easily improve the way you look and feel about yourself. Find out more...
Micropigmentation And Paramedical Cosmetic Tattooing Experts
The Whitney Center for Permanent Cosmetics® is a nationally recognized expert in the use of cosmetic tattooing for paramedical
procedures. Our artists are expertly trained, Board Certified, uniquely artistic, and highly compassionate. When
you need highly specialized help to regain confidence in your appearance, the staff at the Whitney Center is the clear choice.
Please note that we do not work on clients that have vitiligo, since implanted color will disappear within a few months of procedure. Additionally, we do not work on stretch marks as striated skin does not accept color evenly.
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