Medical dermo-pigmentation consists of restoring the original color by "tattooing" to a pathological skin area to correct an achromia or mask a scar.
It is also possible by this technique to correct tissue damage such as a lip destroyed by a labio-maxillary cleft ("hare beak") or to reconstruct an amputated mammary areola during an excision surgery for cancer.
Implanted with a precision device called dermograph, sterile mineral pigments for single use are well tolerated by the body. In order to reproduce all skin tones, we use an infinite range of shades.
Recent practice, restorative and corrective dermopigmentation offers promising prospects, particularly in the area of ophthalmic tattoo, called kerato-pigmentation.
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