CELEBRATING 15 YEARS
PARAMEDICAL AND SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION TRAINING
This three day clinic is only available through private training. Below is an overview of the procedures (Para-Medical & Scalp Micropigmentaion) and benefits involved in our Advanced Paramedical Training Clinic.
Micropigmentation/Paramedical Permanent Makeup is the implantation of pigment within the skin in a safe and sterile environment by our highly skilled Board Certified and nationally recognized experts.
Permanent makeup provides a finishing touch to surgical procedures, camouflaging scars and burns, and breast reconstruction. Micropigmentation’s ability to break up scar tissue and color it to better match your natural skin tone improves your appearance and gives you renewed confidence in your appearance.
Areola and Nipple Restoration using micropigmentation
For survivors of breast cancer who have undergone mastectomies, or who may have irregular or fading areolas, permanent paramedical breast restoration can be life changing. Essentially, areola restoration is a tattoo. Techniques may include a 3-D effect that gives the illusion of protrusion. Restoring the natural beauty of breast helps women regain their confidence. Procedure may qualify to be covered by health insurance.
Scalp Micropigmentation is a essentially a tattoo that helps create a hairline. It is the ultimate in non-surgical male and female scalp grooming. Natural pigments are applied at the epidermal level of the scalp to replicate the natural appearance of real hair follicles or strands – depending on desired look. Everyone’s follicles don’t always naturally grow in the same direction, we replicate the natural idiosyncrasies of your hair pattern. We create a very realistic finish to give a younger more confident hairline.
Micropigmentation is suitable for all types and stages of hair-loss, on all ages, colors and skin types. The follicle/strand build up of Micropigmentation normally takes place over 3 sessions, each taking approx 3-4 hours with at least one week between sessions. Pigment spacing is determined by replicating the remaining natural hair follicles. The process allows for a very gradual and subtle change of the hairline, rarely identified even by close friends and family.