Mary - About Nipple Restoration

What does the nipple restoration procedure involve and what are the possible aesthetic and medical outcomes?

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Answer for What does the process of Nipple Restoration involve? from Renew Skin Team
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Nipple restoration, also known as areola micropigmentation, is a procedure that is specifically designed to restore the appearance of the areola following a mastectomy or reconstructive surgery. The highly specialized staff of Renew Skin & Health Clinic is ready to help you by making the process of micropigmentation or semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing available to you in order to obtain the best possible aesthetic results. During the treatment, a cosmetic specialist will introduce a special pigment in the superficial layers of the epidermis by using very precise micro needles, the aim being to recreate the original appearance of the nipple. Using state-of-the-art technology, our experienced cosmeticians will reshape and revitalize the color of the affected area camouflaging any post-mastectomy scars. The pigment is composed of hypoallergenic, inorganic minerals which are fragrance and emollient-free, drastically decreasing any chances of infection or allergic reactions. If done in the proper environment, the procedure is safe, effective and painless improving the client's quality of life and helping her regain her confidence and self-esteem. Depending on the client's type of skin and the rate with which the pigment has been absorbed, the effects of the nipple restoration process can last for up to 5 years. After the pigment fades away, the client can simply undergo another session in order to revitalize the color. The nipple restoration procedure is especially appreciated for being a delicate, low-risk, efficient and non-aggressive way of obtaining very positive results. If you choose to undergo this procedure, Renew Skin & Health Clinic team is ready to help you and ensure that you benefit from the best possible expertise. After a detailed medical consultation, during which your medical history will be thoroughly studied in order to make sure this treatment is best suited for you, the cosmetic specialist will provide you with all of the information necessary to insure that you make the correct decision. Prior to the micropigmentation process, the skin will be treated with an exfoliation substance that will remove any dead particles and soften the scars. Finally, our specialists will use state-of-the-art instruments and high-quality pigments to ensure that the client receives the best long-term results.


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