3-D AREOLAS TATTOOS
(Pictures are below of immediately after the procedure, will heal 30-50% less, and healed pictures)
*Shape, Size, and Color Corrections.
* Bilateral Areolas
* Unilateral Matching (not necessary to tattoo the natural side for matching of color, shape, and size)
*Experienced in Nipple Reconstruction and No Reconstruction
*Experienced with Compromised Skin
* Some Scars can be removed or minimized in appearance.
MICHELLE ALSO OFFERS TRAINING: Become an AREOLAS or PERMANENT MAKE-UP ARTIST
*******INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT MAY BE POSSIBLE, ask for more details**********
INSURANCE CODES: 11921 & 11922
Client in the picture was 100% Flat
Sisters in Scars is a support group by and for breast cancer
survivors and previvors. In addition to supporting each other, we also
meet each year for a special retreat where we love and enjoy one
another. During the retreat, I volunteer my time and tattoo the ladies' Areolas along with my friend, Pam Winnie (a fellow survivor/permanent
makeup specialist). We encourage all breast cancer survivors and
previvors to join us!
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Michelle is a breast cancer survivor. She understands the delicacy of effected skin due to radiation, medications, and surgeries.
possible reimbursement may be available from your insurance carrier. If interested, please call (941)744-7890 for more details.
Below is information on the "Woman's Health and Cancer Rights Act." Insurance carriers are required to pay for anything that relates to putting us ladies back to where we were pre-cancer. Unfortunately, the statutes do not dictate how much they should have to pay, if any. Insurance companies find loop holes in everything!
1999, the Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act has required group health plans,
insurance companies, and HMOs that offer mastectomy
coverage to also pay for reconstructive surgery after mastectomy. This coverage
must include reconstruction of
the other breast to give a more balanced look, breast prostheses, and treatment
of all physical
complications of the
mastectomy, including lymphedema, and tattoos.
According to the Women's
Health and Cancer Right Act 1998,
SEC. 713. REQUIRED COVERAGE FOR RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
a) In General--A group health plan, and a health insurance
issuer providing health insurance coverage in connection with a group health
plan, that provides
medical and surgical benefits with respect to a mastectomy shall provide, in a
case of a participant or beneficiary who is receiving benefits in connection with a mastectomy and who elects breast
reconstruction in connection with such mastectomy, coverage for--
(1) all stages of reconstruction of the breast on
which the mastectomy has been performed
Color appears darker then fades to look more natural once it heals (30-50% lighter)
Dr. Charles Cox, M.D. and I at his Hooked on Hope Event & Fundraiser.
I blew the horn for to start the fishing event to raise money for breast cancer.
This is me giving a speech at the "Hooked on Hope" breast cancer fundraiser event.
Article written by Mary Ostien, BS
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