Are you tired of constantly having to apply makeup to correct discoloration or lack of coloration altogether? With board-certified plastic surgeon Kim Edward Koger, M.D., F.A.C.S., residents in and around Jupiter, Wellington, Vero Beach, and Palm Beach County, can add color to your life with the help of micropigmentation treatments.
What is Micropigmentation?
Micropigmentation refers to a series of treatments that deposit pigment into the skin to correct discoloration or add color to areas that are lacking. Popular forms of micropigmentation include permanent makeup, hairline correction, areola reconstruction and scar camouflage. Each micropigmentation procedure has its own specialized technique utilizing thin, hypoallergenic needles to deposit color into the skin. Micropigmentation treatments are similar to tattooing; however, they are less invasive and less permanent than traditional tattoos.
Permanent makeup is a type of micropigmentation treatment in which color is used to enhance the appearance of the lips, eyes, eyebrows and more. You can have virtually any type of permanent makeup performed including eyeliner, eyeshadow, lipstick and lip liner. Permanent makeup requires minimal downtime and lasts years with proper skincare.
Color Correction and Removal
If you have had a bad tattoo or a botched permanent makeup experience, you’re not alone. Many patients come into us asking what we can do to correct or remove pigment from an unfortunate mistake. Our expert permanent makeup artist uses color removal solutions and color correction solutions to help you get your desired look back.
3-D Areola Restoration and Micropigmentation
Areola pigmentation can either involve adding pigmentation to the nipple for a more natural blush or reconstructing the nipple altogether. Our permanent makeup artist is skilled in tattooing the area with a special technique that recreates your natural areola color and gives the nipple a three-dimensional and natural-looking appearance.
Scar revision with the help of micropigmentation helps to soften and reduce the scar’s appearance. Once the scar is healed completely and there is no red pigment left in it, our permanent makeup artist can tattoo a skin color pigment into the area to make it less noticeable. As a bonus, the needling from the tattoo process helps to break up scar tissue, softening its overall texture.
How Much Does Micropigmentation Cost?
A complimentary consultation is available to determine the cost of your micropigmentation treatment. The cost varies depending on the extent of cosmetic treatment necessary to achieve the best result. For your convenience, we accept cash, check, Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express® and Discover®. We offer financing options via CareCredit®.
If you live in or around West Palm Beach, Wellington, Vero Beach or anywhere in Palm Beach County, and are interested in micropigmentation, contact Koger Cosmetic Clinic and Medspa in Jupiter, FL, today, to set up a complimentary consultation.