PRECAUTIONS & CONTRAINDICATIONS
Temporary Precautions and Contraindications to micro-pigmentation included the following:
• Drugs and alcohol -- treatment will not be preformed on anyone that is under the influence of alcohol or mind altering drugs at the time of their scheduled appointment.
• Retin- A™ -- all topical applied RX Tretinoins and over-the-counter retinols must be stoped 2 weeks prior to treatment.
• Chemical or Laser Resurfacing procedures -- patients that have recently undergone one of these procedures must wait 8-10 weeks before undergoing micropigmentation.
• Alpha hydroxy use or other topical exfoliants -- must be stopped 2 weeks prior.
• Injectables or Botox™ -- patients should wait 2-3 weeks following the injection of a volume enhancing injectable or Botox/Dysport™. This will ensure that the injections has had time to properly heal and allow for proper pigment placement.
• Facial plastic surgery -- patients must be 6-8 months post op.
• Active Acne/skin infections -- once condition is controlled and has subsided then treatment may be conducted.
•Pregnancy/Breastfeeding -- once pregnancy and breastfeeding has stopped treatment may occur.
• Lasik or Cataract Surgery-- 1 month prior and 3 months post-op.
• Latisse™ -- Discontinue use fro 2 week prior
• Fat transfer in lips--12 weeps post-op
• Accutane™ -- 1 year post use
Precautions and Contraindications requiring prior medical authorization:
Patients that have a health history that included the following should schedule a consultation prior to booking their appointment. This will ensure that their medical history can be properly reviewed and patients can obtain proper written medical consent from their treating physician.
• Mental health disorders and medications.
• Artificial heart valves
• Serious heart conditions
• Blood clotting disorders
• Anticoagulant prescription medication or Steroids users
• Cancer within the last 6 months
•Eye Diseases (i.e Glaucoma or Graves Disease)
Patients with these current health issues should not under go treatment:
• Keloid Formation
• Communicable Disease or Illness.
• Anyone under the age of 18 years of age
• Active Dermatological Disorders: Psoriasi, Lichen Plans, Warts, Molluscum Contagiosum, Active Herpes Simplex/Zosters, Atopic Dermatitis, Chronic Pyoderma
• Blood Dyscrasia: Sickle cell Anemia, Platelet Disorders, Hemophilia, Anticoagulant drugs.
• Pregnant or Nursing
• Chemotherapy and Radiation
•Active Herpes anywhere on the face