Areola Restoration – What is it and how can I get it done?

What is areola restoration?

Areola restoration can be required following any form of breast surgery, but primarily following a reconstruction after having a mastectomy due to breast cancer. The areola (the circle around the nipple) is tattooed on to the newly made breast, to create the illusion of a real areola. This procedure can also be used to create a 3D nipple, if one was not made within the reconstruction.

What would I have to do as a model?

Come and get a free new areola and nipple (if required)! We are in need of a demonstration model who has not had this procedure before. The model will be the demonstration model, which means Caron will herself be carrying out the treatment in front of the 2 students. When you arrive at the clinic, you will be greeted at reception before Caron will come and retrieve you and take you into the training room. You will meet the students before laying on the treatment couch for the treatment. There is no charge for any models, as a thank you for supporting our training days and enabling this treatment to become more widely available throughout the UK.


If you are interested please call us on 01296 614441, or if know someone who may be, please share this post. The model required on this occasion is for: Thursday 25th August at 1pm.

We run a handful of training days so if you can’t make this date please still get in touch and you can be added to the model mailing list. Caron does also provide this treatment privately within her clinic, so if being a model isn’t for you, you can book in to see Caron within her own clinic list.