Breast Surgery Scar Camouflage
A mastectomy is the medical term for the surgical removal of one (or both) breasts (partially or in full). After this procedure, what is left of the breast is minimal until an implant is put in and there is little to no areola left.
Ellie has many clients who are breast cancer survivors. Oftentimes, surgeries like this leave visible scars on and around the breast area.
Ellie is able to camouflage these scars through special techniques within medical needling and cosmetic and corrective pigmentation.
Also, it is common for the breast to be left with little or no areola, and Ellie has achieved excellence in re-creating and repigmenting areolas and nipples for both men and women. Many clients (who are breast cancer survivors) have said that after their procedures are completed, they feel as if they have crossed the finish line in their healing process.
Many women who have had breast augmentation, breast enhancement, or other surgeries have scars that they wish weren’t there. Ellie works closely with the client to camouflage those scars with medical needling and camouflage techniques.