Areola restoration is a 3D tattoo procedure to replicate the areola and nipple. This technique is for anyone who may have had total loss, irregularity or inconsistency in their areola and nipples after any type of breast reconstructive surgery. Scar Camo is also available for those who have had breast augmentations.
Areola restoration is a soft and hyper realistic, non-invasive permanent work of art that should restore beauty and be undetectable.
Please call 971-337-5401 to request a quote if you are hoping to use insurance.
We do not take all insurances, but we do give a very large discount if you present it at your appointment. We will also guide you on how to get a reimbursement from your insurance company on your own.
*We require $250 non-refundable deposits on all appointment bookings. One reschedule is allowed 48 hours prior to appointment. Cancellations of appointment or a no show will result in total loss of deposit.
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There is usually no feeling after a mastectomy. Reconstructions sometimes have feeling between 2-3 out of 10. We are happy to offer topical numbing cream throughout the appointment to ease any pain.
Yes, we are happy to match the color of the existing areola to blend any scarring. We can also re-pigment the area if it is too light or misshapen to create an entirely new areola.
Yes, you can darken an areola, reshape or make it larger. You can’t lighten it or make it smaller.
Anyone! Areola tattoos and areola restoration is a great way for anyone (men/women/non-binary) who has had a mastectomy with our without reconstruction, top surgery or an irregularity in their areola or nipple, or for anyone who wants to adjust their bodies for their liking.
Yes, this is called scar camouflage. We use the existing color in the areola to re-pigment the scar to blend it so it’s less visible. You can only tattoo scarring that has darker color around it. We fill in the scar to match the surrounding skin.