Reconstructive Micro Pigmentation

Reconstructive Micro Pigmentation (also know as Reconstructive Tattooing) Shirley does referral work for the Canterbury District Health Board,  Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Unit and for the following Surgeons.

Mr Jeremy Simcock - FRACS, MD.- Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon. Clinical Director 

Mr Terrence Creagh -  MRCS, FRACS - Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon

Mr Dylan James -  MB, BCh, FRACS - Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Howard Klein - FRCSC, FACS, FRACS - Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Barnaby Nye - FRACS -  Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Stewart Sinclair - FRACS - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Dr Sally Langley - FRACS - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Chris Porter - FRACS - Plastic, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Stewart Sinclair - FRACS - Plastic, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Kirk Williams - MRCS, FRACS - Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeon

                                                          No Nipple it is just an illusion

 

It is normal to expect some temporary inflammation around the area being treated for the first day or so.  As part of the healing process the skin that is treated crusts slightly and some slight peeling of the skin is normal.  Over a period of time the colour of the treated area may fade due to lightening of the colour pigments and the procedure may need to be enhanced.

The pigments used in Micro Pigmentation are made from safe, generally non-reactive compounds approved by the FDA.  Each colour is individually mixed for customised results that are designed to look natural for your skin type.  The results are immediate however the full result will be seen in approximately three weeks.

You should be able to resume normal activities immediately following the procedure; however, use of cosmetics, excessive perspiration and exposure to the sun should be avoided until the area is fully healed.