Areola Tattoo

Areola Tattoo restores the natural appearance

Areola Tattoocompletes the recovery process for women by bridging the gap between breast cancer and beauty.

A natural look with no additional surgery!

What is Areola Tattoo?

Areola Tattoo is restoring the natural appearance of the breast after breast surgery by completing the reconstruction process with Nipple-Areola Repigmentation. Areola Repigmentation may also be called 3D Nipple/Areola Tattoo, Areola Micropigmentation, Areola Pigmentation, Areola Recoloring, Areola Restoration or Areola Simulation.

Let’s Talk about Nipples and Areolas!

How important are they? When thinking about a breast I don’t know about you — the mental picture has a nipple and areola. After a mastectomy one can regain her figure with breast reconstruction, however may not feel “complete” without the areola.

Nipple and Areola Reconstruction

Today, many women choose to have nipple/areola tattooing because it is less invasive than tissue grafting, heals quickly and looks most natural when applied by an expert. Soft tissue can be unpredictable and so the breast mounds and/or scars can be constant reminders of cancer.

Sarah, an experienced and qualified artist, can create a beautiful, symmetrical and natural-looking nipple-areola complex…Your Breasthetics will be personalized just for you using a custom blended palette of colors, the right size and placed to give you a beautiful, natural looking areola and nipple…’ll feel like a woman again!


Insurance companies are now required by law (as off October 21,1998) to pay for part or all of the costs incurred for a breast reconstruction. This law is the ’1998 Federal Breast Reconstruction Law’. To read information on this law look up SEC.901. SHORT TITLE, The ”Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998” (WHCRA). This law is designed to provide insurance coverage to breast cancer patients whose health care plans are not required by state law to cover the costs.

Patients feel that Areola Tattoo provides the esthetic “finishing touch” after breast surgery that helps them to focus on “living” with a renewed sense of confidence and esteem.

Women’s Health & Cancer Rights Act of 1998

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