Welcome to Paramedical-Tattoo.Com, the website showcasing the medical tattoo work of artist Terry Lively.

What is paramedical tattooing? One form of this art would be areola color restoration done on breast cancer survivors who have had reconstructive surgery. In some cases, the surgeon will graft a nipple onto the skin, and in other situations, the patient will not have a nipple graft. After the patient is healed, an artist specializing in paramedical work will tattoo a combination of colors to create a realistic, 3-D looking nipple. Tattooing can also be done on clients who have lost their natural nipple color or wish to enhance their natural color.

Paramedical tattooing also includes the art of scar camouflage. Scars that have healed lighter than the natural skin color can be tattooed to make them less apparent. Another technique called multitripanic acuation or "needling" can be done to smooth or flatten some scars. Burn survivors can also benefit from medical tattooing by restoring lips, eyebrows, and relaxing scar tissue healed from trauma.

This page was created to show photos of paramedical tattoo art by Terry Lively. Terry has been involved in the cosmetic and medical tattoo industry for over 16 years. She is a licensed esthetician and makeup artist in the State of Texas. She is also a certified Softap Permanent Cosmetics educator, and served as an approved trainer with the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals for over 8 years. Terry sees clients at her clinic in San Antonio, Texas. To make an appointment, click on the "Contact" link on the right of this page.

 

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