Medical Services

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Surgical Scars & Burns

Scars are in essence fibrous connective tissue that are produced by the body after a wound, burn or sore. The skin becomes thickened and the melanocytes, or colour producing cells are destroyed and unable to produce melanin, the pigment that gives skin colour.
This destruction is the reason why scars typically have a white appearance upon healing, however can be reddish depending on the scar type. Therefore, we re-pigment the scar tissue with a colourthat blends with the surrounding tissue for a desired effect.

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Aerola Reconstruction

Scars are in essence fibrousconnective tissue that are produced by the body after a wound, burn or sore. The skin becomes thickened and the melanocytes, or colour producing cells are destroyed and unable to produce melanin, the pigment that gives skin colour. This destruction is the reason why scars typically have a white appearance upon healing, however can be reddish depending on the scar type.
 Therefore, we re-pigment the scar tissue with a colourthat blends with the surrounding tissue for a desired effect.

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Birthmarks

A birthmark is an irregularity in the skin that is acquired before birth, or shortly after and is categorized by two types, pigmented and vascular. With a strong background in color theory and industry knowledge it is possible to improve and correct the appearance of a birthmark. 
This procedure is designed for clients with birthmarks that include: café au Lait, Mongolian, Port Wine Stain or a Salmon Patch.

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Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a skin condition where the skin loses its natural pigment. When melanocytes, the pigment producing cells die, or stop producing melanin our natural skin pigment, the skin becomes very white in color. 
The darker thenatural skin tone, the more the de-pigmented skin will stand out. Our clinic can improve, or correct the appearance of this skin condition through customizing pigments to match the sounding skin.
Once the ideal color is selected, the pigment is implanted into the dermal layer of the skin to achieve results.