Breast cancer strikes 1 in every 8 women and 1 in 1,000 men in the US every year. While many advances have been made in treatment with lumpectomies; for many, mastectomy is the only option.
Insurance will usually pay for breast & nipple reconstruction after surgery, but not the micropigmentation required to restore the look of the aureola. The cost for micropigmentation can be as high as $1,000 if not covered by insurance in part or in whole.
Micropigmentation is a specialized version of tattooing. The implantation techniques deposit colored pigment into the upper reticular layer of the dermis. In addition to the difference in techniques, the needles and pigments used for micropigmentation are specific for cosmetic use. When properly applied by an experienced technician, micropigmentation results are subtle and natural in appearance. Read more about the procedure here.
Here you can see before and after images of what our Certified Micropigmentation Specialist can do to bring the breast back to a more natural looking state.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, our Certified Micropigmentation Specialist, Vjera Zec is offering a limited number of appointments for post-reconstruction breast pigmentation at no charge to survivors!
Prior medical clearance is required; you must speak to Vjera before booking your appointment. Allow enough time to get the medical forms completed by calling 201-568-0606 today. Limited number of appointments available, so don’t delay.
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Any breast cancer survivor (male or female) is eligible as long as they pass medical clearance.
The Aesthetic Rejuvenation Center is proud to do our part by helping our clients who are breast cancer survivors by funding early detection and treatment. In addition to the free reconstruction sessions, we will be donating 5% of all retail product sales to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, so stock up on your favorites today!