Tracy’s expertise allows her to use the most leading advanced techniques in the field of medical tattooing.
Her priority is to ensure that her client’s receive the best treatment to assist them in restoring self-esteem and improve self-confidence.
The following details some of the areas where Tracy can assist:
Minor redness 2 weeks
Frequently Asked Questions
Answer: Paramedical tattooing, also known as medical tattooing, is a specialized branch of permanent cosmetics that focuses on concealing scars, skin irregularities, and repigmentation. It’s commonly used for breast reconstruction patients after mastectomy, to camouflage scars or vitiligo patches, or to recreate features like eyebrows lost due to conditions like alopecia.
Answer: While both procedures implant pigment into the skin, paramedical tattooing is specifically designed to mimic natural skin tones, features, or hair patterns. The techniques, pigments, and equipment may vary from those used in traditional tattooing. Additionally, paramedical tattooing requires specialized training to address specific medical-related concerns and challenges.
Answer: The longevity of medical tattooing varies based on factors like the area treated, the type of pigment used, individual skin characteristics, and exposure to sun. While some treatment areas can last for several years, they will fade over time and require periodic touch-ups to maintain their appearance.
Answer: As with any skin procedure, there are potential risks, including infection, scarring, and unintended colour changes. It’s crucial to choose a qualified and experienced paramedical tattoo artist like Tracy. She will provide aftercare instructions, and ensure the treatment is performed in a sterile environment to minimise potential complications.
It’s essential for anyone considering paramedical tattooing to consult with a specialist in the field like Tracy Fensome with 17 years’ experience to ensure the procedure is appropriate and safe for their specific needs.
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