Naomi has a wealth of experience in this field and has recently conducted the training of Nurses at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London.
The diagnosis of breast cancer is an often daunting and terrifying moment in any woman’s life. With the help and support of consultants and surgeons, patients are often given a mastectomy, to one or both breasts. Often after healing time many ladies find themselves back on the operating table for breast reconstruction surgery. This revolutionary procedure often uses tissue from the back buttocks and abdomen of the patient, but many patients still feel that something is missing.
The paramedical use of cosmetic tattooing is a highly specialised field, completing the journey through breast cancer, and reconstruction for thousands of woman every year. In the form of areola and nipple reconstruction. Paramedical uses of permanent make-up pigments provide a feeling of normality from unsightly scars and the plain-ness of a breast without an areola.