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Paramedical Tattoo or Restorative Cosmetic Tattooing is a highly specialized tattoo technique dedicated to the improvement of scars and disfigurements resulting from medical conditions or trauma. The term paramedical refers to therapies that are used in conjunction with medical treatments to facilitate healing. Paramedical tattoo artists often work closely with doctors can play an important role in a patient's recovery
Paramedical tattooing is the most effective non-surgical method of scar revision. There is no downtime, it's affordable and done at your pace, with minimal discomfort.
The benefits of restorative cosmetic tattoo go beyond the superficial. Improving the appearance and restoring a person's physical integrity can have tremendous psychological benefits, renewing a patient's self-confidence and freeing them from feeling the need to hide or cover these scars. Sometimes, removing the visible reminders of painful memories can be the catalyst for truly moving forward.
There are significant physiological benefits to consider as well. The act of tattooing creates thousands of tiny "injuries", triggering your body to heal the injuries. Needling these areas breaks apart scar tissue and improves blood flow. Even better, it stimulates collagen and elastin production, helping the area heal from the inside out resulting in healthier, plumper skin - great news for those with acne scars or stretch marks!
For many conditions, tattooing with ink, is a final step. Often, we treat scars and depressed or textured areas with naked needles or with serum such as growth factors or hyaluronic acid instead of tattooing with pigment. This is also referred to as Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) or Microneedling. The benefits of CIT are cumulative, continually improving for up to 6 months after each session. All paramedical tattoo procedures require multiple sessions to achieve optimal results.