Background and Benefits
Medical micro-pigmentation (tattooing) is a revolutionary method that allows color pigments/inks to be gently inserted in the dermal layer of the skin.
Healing Artistry offers the highest quality in the industry. Using advanced techniques and quality products to ensure each client has the finest procedure and a pleasant experience.
Deborah has been certified through Nouveau Contour, an internationally renowned training program, leader in the development of new techniques and ensures the highest and safest standards. AIIC American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics. AIIC is one of the largest facility in the nation devoted exclusively to the training of Paramedical Intradermal Professionals, and CRC Tatoo Remover I+II. She has trained and certified one on one by a Master Instructor and is Washington State Licensed. Men and women from all ages and walks of life can benefit from Healing Artistry's services.
Deborah has spent over 23 years as a dental assistant in the dental field and continues working in a specialty dental office. She is precise, passionate about her work and always gives her attention to detail. She holds credentials and is registered in the state of Washington in this field as well. This experience leads to in depth compliance of professionalism, patient care and comfort, privacy laws, HIPPA and WISHA requirements and sterilization procedures. At Healing Artistry she is looking forward to working with many special clients in need of her services as a Paramedical Intradermal Technician and feels very blessed to do so.
How People Can Benefit from Medical Tattooing
Medical micro-pigmentation (tattooing) techniques can be applied in many ways: Skin Camouflage helps improve the appearance of persons with skin disorders such as Vitiligo or hypo-pigmentation (lack of color) from skin due to trauma. Scar Camouflage helps reduce the appearance of scars due to accidents, burns, surgery, or the repair of congenital disorders such as Cleft Lip. Hair simulation helps restore the appearance of missing hair lost to disease (Cancer, Alopecia), trauma, or natural thinning within the eyebrow. Areola tattooing helps post mastectomy patients by creating an areola and 3-D nipple on the newly reconstructed breast. The appearance of incision scars from breast surgeries for augmentation, reduction and breast lift can also be masked.