Karma House Clinic, Buckinghamshire

Karma House Training – Medical Tattooing

Breast cancer is the most common cancer with around 50,000 women and 400 men diagnosed each year. This results in thousands of patients undergoing breast reconstruction following a mastectomy.

Medical tattooing procedures include Areola Restoration, where an Areola is created after the results of reconstructive surgery have left the patient with little or no areola. 

Karma House Clinic provides training in medical tattooing procedures to micropigmentation specialists, healthcare professionals and nurses; privately or within the NHS.

The procedure itself works by implanting small fragments of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin, creating a realistic yet subtle areola. This can also help to disguise any scarring that may be left around the areola which occurred from surgery.

Karma House Training can offer on site medical tattooing training courses for four or more nurses; this can help reduce patient waiting lists. We also offer a two day intensive medical tattooing training course for micropigmentation specialists at our state of the art clinic in Stone, Buckinghamshire. We can also provide refresher workshops in Areola Restoration and Medical Tattooing. 

One Day Intensive Nipple/Areola Restoration Training Course
Venue: Karma House Clinic, Stone, Buckinghamshire, HP17 8QX

Cost: £1300
This course provides in-depth theoretical and practical training including all the professional resources you need to set up your service. You will have ample opportunity to develop your technique and have your competence assessed on at least 2 patients.

Onsite courses – 1 or 2 days for Nurses and Surgeons
Venue: Onsite

Cost: £2500-£4500
We can offer onsite courses for two or more practitioners. You would need at least 2 patients willing and able to have the procedure for each student. This will obviously help to reduce patient waiting lists.

Meet the Team

Caron Vetter

Caron VetterCaron is our Micropigmentation Specialist and has been carrying out micropigmentation procedures for surgeons both privately and within the NHS for over 25 years. Caron was one of the first practitioners in the UK to provide the Areola Restoration procedure to breast cancer patients after completing a course in Paramedical tattooing in America over 25 years ago. 

Put together with a teaching qualification that Caron obtained in 1984, she has been able to combine her two passions of medical micropigmentation and teaching, and can help to make a real difference in people’s lives.

Caron continually delivers a personalised and professional service across the UK to patients that have undergone breast reconstruction as a result of breast cancer, with aspirations and commitment to raising the standards within the cosmetic and medical tattooing industry.

Debbie Bayntun-Lees

Debbie Bayntun LeesRegistered General Nurse Registered nursing teacher (RNT).BA Hons in Nursing Education. Accredited Coach, Accredited Nursing Expert (Law Society). Debbie’s nursing career began working in University and NHS settings for 18 years, before working as Director within an IT commercial company providing learning resources and online networking to health care professionals. She then went on as a Nursing and Organisational Development Consultant in 1999, and continues to do so today. For two years Debbie was also a Trustee for Women’s Aid Charity.


For further information or to book your place please contact Bethany Mallinson by emailing bethany@karmahouse.co.uk  or calling 01296 614441.