Medical or paramedical tattooing is the permanent placement of a tattoo for medical and cosmetic purposes.
This is a form of permanent cosmetics used to color and enhance the skin. The paramedical tattooing process is used extensively to color hypopigmentation in the whitened areas of the skin. The process is used on people of all skin types and colors to even out the skin tones or to cover scars or other imperfections.
The tattoo technicians match the skin tones by applying the flesh pigmentation to the designated white areas. If the color fades over time, the client can return for a refresh application.
Paramedical tattooing is often used in breast reconstruction surgery, restoring the areola around the nipple to its natural appearance. The experienced medical tattoo artist works with the patient and surgeon to find the right skin colors and size for this part of breast reconstruction.
Permanent tattoos are also used for enhanced cosmetic appearance. This includes eyebrows for people with very light hair in their eyebrow area. A permanent tattoo of eyeliner eliminates the need for applying it everyday. Many people in the entertainment business and modeling come to us at the Whitney Center for Permanent Cosmetics for this procedure. We can also apply permanent lip color. Complete permanent face make-up is also available using the tattoo process.
Men use our services for scar and hair transplant harvesting site coverage. They also request permanent eyebrow and eyeliner tattooing.
The experienced professional tattoo artists at the Whitney Center work privately with clients in our centers in New York and Florida. Call us today for your consultation.