Medical-pigmentation techniques make it possible to cover up imperfections and to achieve visual enhancements. For example, scars can be made less noticeable, hairs can be simulated, and nipples can be forged after a breast surgery. A nipple enlargement can also be realized with too small looking nipples.

Scar camouflage

With scar camouflaging PMU treatment it is possible to make scars less noticeable. One condition for a such a treatment is that the scar should be healed properly and is lighter than surrounded skin. Pigments similar to the skin color will be added to the scar tissue to reduce the difference in color between the scar and surrounded skin. This type of pigmentation is suitable for all skin colors and skin types.

Micro hair simulation

This treatment provides a surgery-free and long-term solution for hair loss on the scalp due to hair loss with regular pattern, thinning hair, scars formed after hair transplant surgery, scars from injury or surgery, alopecia or trichotillomania. Micro hair simulation is an innovative treatment for hair loss. The technique allows the simulation of natural looking hair and can be used to replace the hair on the scalp, beard, and mustache.

Alopecia (baldness)

Alopecia is a disease within the hair roots that could lead to diminished hair growth or even patches of complete baldness. Subsequently, facial hair like eyebrows and eye lashes could also disappear. If this occurs, pigmentation of 3D eyebrows and eyeliner can enhance facial expression.

Vitiligo (pigment disorder)

Vitiligo leads to the disappearance of the natural pigment of the skin. With a PMU treatment the loss of pigments can be made less noticeable by applying pigments that are similar to the normal skin color. One condition to undergo this treatment is that the effects of Vitiligo must be stable for at least 3 years, in order to ensure that the area does not expand after treatment. During an intake appointment a small color test is conducted at the least noticeable place to test which color provides the best results. After 4 to 6 weeks the color of the test area is assessed to choose the best color to start the full treatment.

Nipple and areola pigmentation

This treatment is for individuals who had breast reconstruction (for example after breast cancer surgery) and entails mimicking the nipple and areola by adding different pigments into the skin. By using a special needle technique, a natural appearing 3D result can be achieved. Next to this, scars or deformations of the areola as a result of a breast lift or breast reduction, can also be minimized and corrected. Furthermore, for both men and women who experience their areola to be too pale, too small or not having enough definition adding pigments can be a solution.

Cleft (lip) camouflage

This is a congenital abnormality of the lip shape, which can be camouflaged with a ‘full lips’ pigmentation treatment. With this treatment, the symmetry will be restored and the entire liparea will be enhanced with a natural or a more striking lip color.