Breast cancer rates have risen in recent decades, and that increase has been especially pronounced in the United States. Currently, one in eight American women will confront the disease during their lifetime. For many, treatment will necessitate breast and areola removal. Patients survive the operation with flat chests bound in dark scars. Most opt for reconstructive surgery. Breast implants can provide the shape of what was lost, but it does not beautify the areola. Producing a realistic-looking areola is a tremendous skill, one of many that we have.
Areola tattooing is for those who have been through areola reconstruction after a mastectomy, individuals who have experienced a breast reduction, and for people who may have irregular, fading areolas, or vitiligo.
The technique of micropigmentation, or areola tattooing, restores the natural beauty of the breasts to help people regain their confidence.
This procedure allows color pigmentation to stimulate the nipple areola, without the contour of an actual nipple. After optimal symmetry between the breasts has been achieved, the nipple areola reconstruction can be done. The finishing touch to breast reconstruction is to regain your areola. After the procedure, you will:
- Find a Sense of Familiarity
- Enhance Your Inner Confidence
- View Yourself with Pride
- Gain a Feeling of Positivity
- Increase Your Beauty
Areola Pigmentation Tattoo after Breast Reconstruction
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