Paramedical Tattooing works hand-in-hand with the plastic reconstructive industry helping to restore anatomical structures.
Alana is dedicated to creating a comfortable, positive experience and is committed to leaving you with a permanent reminder of your beauty and conquest. With Alana's extensive credentials and the highest level of training in the medical tattooing field, she has helped people regain self-worth, self-esteem, as well as renewed confidence.
Paramedical tattooing is ideal for surgical scar camouflage after a breast reduction,
breast lift, self-harm, hair transplant scars, post-gender-affirmation surgery, burns,
birthmarks, pigmentation loss in the skin as well as areola reconstruction after a mastectomy (or any top surgery).
*Depending on candidate suitability
This type of tattoo is meant to blend with the surrounding skin to make scars or other skin concerns less noticeable. Your stretch marks or scar’s appearance can be softened with this procedure to reduce their contrast, colour, and consistency.
This can also be ideal for people who want to camouflage post-surgical scars, skin pigmentation loss (vitiligo) or burns.
Camouflage tattoos are only suitable in very specific instances. If you are considering this treatment please book a consultation before booking your procedure or send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Areola tattoos are ideal for any gender that has undergone a mastectomy and can be performed whether or not you’ve had reconstruction surgery or opted for nipple protrusion surgery.
Alana can create a 3-D Tattooing of the nipple & areola including scar cover-ups. Medical tattooing, also known as Micro-pigmentation can assist people who have undergone top surgery for trans men & women whether you’ve opted for nipple grafts or want to enlarge the shape/alter the pigmentation of your natural nipples. This treatment can also be helpful if you are simply looking to restore the natural look of your nipples. This is for those who have irregular-shapes or edges of the nipple, tattooed for a more natural (or enhanced) appearance.
Keloid, scars with raised dark edges, Port Wine birthmarks; spider veins; freckles; age spots; under eye circles; hyper-pigmentation; or unstable vitiligo (not in remission). These can be improved with non-tattoo medical treatments such as lasers, sclerotherapy, or chemical peels. Please consult with a physician regarding the best course of treatment for these conditions.
Camouflage tattooing will not completely restore skin to the way it looked before it was injured. The process will not “erase” a scar or skin abnormality so it appears completely gone and the area looks “perfect” again. It improves colour differences to help disguise the scar or anomaly and make it less noticeable to other people.
A scar camouflage tattoo will not be a “perfect” match to the surrounding skin colour. This is due to the constant changes in skin tones from blood flow, body temperature, and tanning. The pigment in the tattoo will not darken if it is exposed to sunlight or tanning booths, so the tattoo may appear lighter if the surrounding skin tans. When the tattoo color matches tanned skin, it may appear darker once the surrounding tanned skin fades. Therefore, if you spend time outdoors, you will need to adjust your lifestyle or decide to match the tattoo to “winter” or “summer” skin and live with the changes in between.
Camouflage re-pigmentation is a process, not a one-time "cure". It is performed on “unhealthy” skin that has been damaged or altered. Its response cannot be predicted – a scar or vitiligo patch may have areas that absorb pigment, reject it, or both. The area will look dark and red immediately after a tattooing session, and then it takes several weeks to show the healed colour (or not). This requires time and patience.
Careful attention to your skin in the weeks after your procedure will determine how effective the treatment looks.
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