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Permanent Makeup can Create Areolas and 3D Nipples

Sometimes it’s cancer that leads us to reconstruction. Sometimes it’s the desire to be all we can be, maybe a little better. We don’t always have control over the way things turn out. If you didn’t get the results you hoped for there is a way to improve your final outcome with camouflage, or a tattooed areola that mimics nature. This can give you the confidence and balance that surgeries sometimes can’t replace.

Areolas are the circular, darker colored areas of skin that surround the nipples on human breasts. Both areolas and nipples can be distorted, discolored or lost altogether due to mastectomy or breast augmentation surgery. Permanent Makeup can reconstruct areolas and nipples even creating 3-dimensional nipples where no nipple exists. The techniques used are micropigmentation, which is the tattooing of pigment in the skin, and Multi-Trepanic Collagen Actuation (MCA).

MCA is also called dry needling and involves tattooing skin without using pigment. This technique is excellent for treating scar tissue. It not only flattens and improves the texture of scars, but it stimulates the skin to produce natural pigment reducing the discoloration of scar tissue.

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Accent Permanent Makeup Areolas Areola Repigmentation
Accent Permanent Makeup Areolas Discoloration surrounding the areola following breast augmentation surgery. Accent used MCA and permanent makeup.
Areola Correction with Permanent Makeup
Areola Permanent Makeup breast reduction and lift resultED in an annular scar around the areola. Permanent makeup was tattooed over the scar softening it. Areola Correction with Permanent Makeup
Areola Correction with Permanent Makeup MCA (Dry Needling) and camoflage with areola matching Areola Created With Permanent Makeup and Dry Needling mastectomy on her right breast and then reconstructive surgery. Micropigmentation and MCA was performed to create a matching areola.

Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act

The Woman’s Health and Cancer Rights Act (WHCRA) SIGNED INTO LAW in 1998 mandates insurance coverage for surgery and reconstruction following a mastectomy. Health insurance companies and HMOs are generally required to provide WHCRA benefits to individual and employer policies. They should cover the expense of repigmentation as part of your post surgical reconstruction process. This required coverage includes all stages of reconstruction of the breast on which the mastectomy was performed, surgery and reconstruction of the other breast to produce a symmetrical appearance, prosthesis and treatment of physical complications from the mastectomy, including lymphedema.

Contact your insurance provider for more information or visit WHCRA at the United States Department of Labor or download the WHCRA Brochure . We can bill insurance providers.

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