Medical tattooing is simple, safe, effective and minimally invasive.

Common areas of interest include:

Nipple and Areola Complex Tattooing
This procedure promotes acceptance of self image and closure on the breast cancer experience

Scar Camouflage
Generally a year after a scar has healed pigments can be used to match the scar to the colour of the surrounding skin in a blending effect. The Precision Plus machine can also be used with a dry needling and dispersion technique known as MCA which relaxes the scar and can cause the scar to re-pigment naturally

Cleft Lip
The appearance of a cleft lip can be dramatically improved with micropigmentation by creating a balanced shape and camouflaging scars the lip is given definition and volume

Once burnt skin has healed or a year after any skin graft work our camouflage pigments can be used to blend colour to existing skin tones

In some cases it is possible to tattoo colour into patches of vitiligo to match existing skin tones