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nipple areola micropigmentation

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*Consultation in person is required for these procedures*


Every year, countless women face the devastating news of a breast cancer diagnosis, leading to mastectomy a procedure involving the removal of all or part of the breast. While plastic surgeons can reconstruct the breast, recreating the natural appearance of the areola remains a challenge. However, through the artistry of permanent cosmetics, we aim to restore what was taken away and offer a renewed sense of self.

The delicate technique of recreating the areola involves intensifying its color and skillfully pigmenting a three-dimensional nipple. The results are nothing short of stunning, offering a lifelike and natural appearance that aids in the healing process and boosts confidence.

Beyond post-mastectomy patients, permanent cosmetics procedures are also available to both men and women seeking enhancements for their areola due to fading or size-related concerns. This transformative solution provides a way to regain confidence and restore the aesthetic balance lost due to various factors.

At Permanent Makeup By Shasha, our commitment lies in using our expertise to help individuals embrace their bodies with confidence. The meticulous artistry involved in our procedures aims to offer not just physical restoration but also emotional healing and empowerment.

With our dedication to providing personalized and compassionate services, we strive to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those seeking restoration and enhancement through the transformative power of permanent cosmetics

You may qualify for Areola repigmentation if you have been through one, or more of the following types of breast surgery:

Lumpectomy: a simple procedure to remove a lump or tumor mass.

Partial mastectomy: 2.5 to 7.5cm of tumor mass and surrounding tissue removed.

Subcutaneous mastectomy: removal of all breast tissue except for the skin, areola and nipple that are left alone.

Simple mastectomy: the removal of the breast but leaving the lymph nodes.

Modified radical mastectomy: the total removal of the breast and partial lymph nodes.

Radical mastectomy: total removal of the breast, lymph nodes, pectoral muscles, adjoining fat and fascia.

Extended radical mastectomy: this is the same procedure as the radical mastectomy along with the removal of parasternal lymph nodes.

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