Do you want to repair a body piercing and restore your natural look?
Times change and as we mature we can often regret piercings, you don’t have to live with it or give up on that dream job as piercing repairs are an option.
Piercing repairs, whether they are in the nose, lip, eyebrow, earlobe, belly button (umbilical) or anywhere else on the body, are performed when the hole has become stretched or torn or simply when the piercing is no longer wanted and the jewellery item has been removed.
The cause may be accidental or may be related to wearing excessively heavy jewellery or may simply be related to a change of mind. Cosmetic improvement of these obvious piercing scars and holes is now available.
We offer two methods or repairing any unwanted piercings. One method is surgical re-excision or we also offer the ‘Cross Technique’ method, which is a non-surgical procedure applying a chemical acid to the piercing to help re-heal the hole and stimulate new collagen growth.
For more information watch this video – The cross technique, TCA Tricloroacetic acid treatment for acne scarring and piercing repairs:
So you no longer have to live with that piercing. We can non-surgically repair those regretful body piercings or the skin damage caused by a piercing and restore your natural appearance!
More information on Piercing Repair
Why choose Cosmetic Image Clinics for your Piercing Repair procedure?
Cosmetic Image Clinics is owned and operated by former AMA Qld President and TV Medical Journalist Dr Ingrid Tall who has over twenty years of experience in the cosmetic medicine industry. Our clinic is medically supervised and if experience, credibility and a ‘natural look’ is what you are looking for, then make Queensland’s largest cosmetic clinic, Cosmetic Image Clinics your preferred provider.
What Piercing Repair options are available at Cosmetic Image Clinics?
There are generally two ways to repair a piercing. A surgical re-excision of the scar can be performed or either a chemical acid can be applied to the piercing to help re-heal the hole and stimulate new collagen growth. The latter approach is called the ‘Cross Technique’.
How is Piercing Repair performed?
If a surgical re-excision is required, then:
Please note: Stretch earlobe or ‘gauge’ earlobe repairs or large piercing holes need more significant surgical intervention and this simple process of the ‘Cross Technique’ will not usually suffice. Our cosmetic or plastic surgeons are available to help with these more complicated repairs.
If the ‘Cross Technique’ can be utilised, then: