Scarring of the skin is one of the most confidence-sapping issues that people may face but here at Whitethorn Fields Mediclinic in Aylesbury we offer scar camouflage treatments that can help to transform your life.
Scar camouflage comes in the form of medical tattooing – also known as micropigmentation. This is a treatment which places pigments beneath the skin of the scar to match the surrounding skin, giving it the same tone and therefore making it far less visible to the naked eye.
Scar camouflage in Aylesbury – what is involved?
You may be concerned that scar camouflage is a painful process but the vast majority of people will only suffer a little short term discomfort. Recovery time from medical tattooing is also quite fast. At first you may notice that the treated area has swollen slightly and you should not be alarmed if this takes a few days to subside. If you have any concerns about this our team are on hand to give you advice and answer any questions that you have regarding your scar camouflage treatment.
It may also be that, at first, the colour appears a little darker than you were expecting. This is also normal and will reduce over the first few weeks. The time this takes is variable depending upon the individual and factors such as age, lifestyle and skin type will all play a part in this process.
Scar camouflage in Aylesbury – what should I expect?
Our micropigmentation specialist at Whitethorn Fields Mediclinic in Aylesbury is highly qualified with over 20 years experience in medical tattooing. We work very hard to put you at ease from the moment you arrive for your initial consultation. The consultation is a very important part of our process as this is the point where we gather all the essential information about you, your health and the results you want to achieve. This is how we plan your treatment and make sure that the approach is the right one for you. Here you can ask us any questions that you have and we will give you all the information that you need.
*Results will vary from person to person and a thorough in-depth consultation will first take place.