MEDICAL MICROPIGMENTATION

Thanks to her skills and extraordinaire dexterity Angela Terlizzi successfully operates as micropigmentation, using exclusively advanced instruments and top quality products, thereby respecting the highest standards in terms of safety, health and hygiene. In paramedic field micropigmentation is recommended to cover and even out scars, in case of cleft lip, to reconstruct and improve the nipple areola after mastectomy or other breast interventions, to successfully treat scalp and hair loss in case of alopecia and to efficiently cover vitiligo areas on hands, face, neck etc. Results are great and long lasting. Thanks to the excellent shadings and three dimensional look the final effect is completely natural.

Angela implements these methods with the benefits of dry needling, an excellent technique that, especially on scars, promotes skin renewal.

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Amazing Results To Enhance Your Features

  • ​Areola repigmentation after mastectomy

  • Covering scars

  • Post surgery reconstruction

MICROPIGMENTATION

Micropigmentation, as well as the best known tattooing, are techniques that, although they enter into common use, must follow the same precautionary criteria of a real medical practice.​

Angela Terlizzi uses exclusively:

  • Specific sterile packages for each dermopigmentation treatment

  • Very high hygienic procedures

  • High quality pigments

  • High-tech devices and equipment

Why are they fundamental?

 

The protective function of the human skin has a very delicate balance. If you do not act in complete safety, with very high hygiene standards, sterile materials and certified pigments, of excellent quality, you expose the patient to the risk of local complications, related to poor hygiene precautions, and even to that of systematic infectious complications (hepatitis and HIV, tuberculosis, leprosy).

The deconstruction of the delicate balance of the epidermis is the cause of a fragility that entails a greater risk of contracting infections. For this reason it is essential to rely only on serious professionals who have an unquestionable work ethic and professional preparation.

If poorly performed, permanent makeup and skin micropigmentation, as well as aesthetic damage, can cause:

  • Skin viral infections (contagious mollusk vulgar warts)

  • Mushroom infections (tinea cutis)

  • Granular reactions

  • Sarcoid granuloma

  • Granuloma from foreign bodies

  • Allergic reactions

  • Allergic contact dermatitis

  • Allergic dermatitis, granulomatous

  • Urticaria

  • Photoallergic reaction

  • Localized skin diseases as an expression of systemic pathologies Psoriasis, Lichen ruber planus, sarcoidosis.

 

What is in the bottle?

 

The formulation of the pigment materials, and the production procedures play a very important role in the final result of the permanent makeup and skin micropigmentation. Vital factors such as colour change over time and lightfastness come into play. Any food, cosmetic or permanent makeup dye must be certified and approved according to current European regulations (e.g. PMU Resap 2008-1).

There is a wide variety of cosmetic additives on the market that vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, and numerous pigment derivation processes that affect the final result. Knowing them in depth is essential. Many problems could be avoided if the professional took the time to investigate and inform herself about the pigments that are about to be used.

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What is areola repigmentation?


The areola repigmentation is an advanced micropigmentation procedure that should only be performed by highly skilled professionals, with serious training and above all a lot experience. This procedure helps to improve the appearance and self-esteem in men and women who have undergone breast surgery.
 

With the areola repigmentation techniques it is possible to “create” an areola after breast reconstruction, to minimize the appearance of scars, or to give back to the areola a more natural color and a symmetrical shape.
 

The areola repigmentation may also be called Areola Tattoo, Micropigmentation or Areola pigmentation, Areola recoloring, Areola Restoration or Simulation.

When resort to Areola repigmentation?


Here is how areola repigmentation can help after having breast surgery:

 

The areola is part of the human breast in men and women. It is a circular area of skin around the nipple which is often darker and thicker than the surrounding skin. The areola plays a key role in the aesthetic appeal of breast.

Since for a woman’s self.image may depend by the look of her breast, the lack of an areola can be psychologically devastating. A woman can survive breast cancer after undergoing a mastectomy, and can resume her figure with a breast reconstruction. However, she cannot feel “complete” without an areola. A woman can become emotionally distressed because of a missing, incomplete or even devastated areola.

Areola micropigmentation provides the “finishing touch” after breast surgery. Patients feel that procedure helps them during last part of their recovery to look and feel complete and “normal”.

AREOLA MICROPIGMENTATION

What are the causes of scars around the areola?

Surgical procedures on the breasts create a scar if there is need for an incision at or around the edge of the areola. The scar that remains is called peri-areola. Some breast surgeries can also create a vertical scar from the nipple towards the lower part of the breast, wich may need to be camouflaged.

The following are breast surgical procedures that can create a scar:

  • Breast augmentation or enlargement (breast augmentation)

  • Breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty)

  • Breast lift (Mastopexy)

  • Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia)

  • Post-surgical Areola tattoo techniques

 

Nipple-Areola Complex Simulation:

This procedure is for patients who had breast reconstruction following a mastectomy or a lumpectomy. Cosmetic tattooing details and bio-absorbable micronized pigments are used to create the appearance of a new areola.

For a patient who has undergone unilateral mastectomy, this process makes sure that the reconstructed breast matches as much as possible to the natural breast. For patients with bilateral breast reconstruction, both areolas are recreated. The areola complex simulation can be done with or without the reconstruction of the nipple by the surgeon.

Camouflage of periareolar scars:

Many breast operations require one or more incisions at or around the edge of the areola wich can leave scars. The most common are those scars caused by breast augmentation surgery or breast reduction surgery. The appearance of a scar may be softened or reduced by means of micropigmentation procedures with corrective techniques with pigment or with procedures of “dry needling” without pigments.

Areola size or color adjustment:

The color of an areola can be darkened, balanced, or enriched with tattoo. This procedure helps women who have faded areolas after breastfeeding or patients who had surgery to graft of areola.

Even patients with skin pigmentation disorders (ex. vitiligo) can benefit from the areola tattooing procedure.

Also, individuals who have undergone a breast surgery, but they have problems with the color or the size of the areola (too light or too small), can choose this procedure to improve its appearance.

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Are you a Breast Cancer Survivor? 

 
Every month Angela will be gifting one procedure for areola repigmentation to a breast cancer survivor!

 

*The free gift will be for Areola after Mastectomy $550 Value