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Cosmetic Tattoo Adverse Outcome Reports (CT-AOR) can be submitted by any person to alert industry members and public members to circumstances that resulted in an unwanted outcome resulting from cosmetic tattooing. All CT-AOR's may be subject to moderation or removal by a member of our administration team if we deem it appropriate.

 

The intent is to provide a centralised database of information that can be searched and evaluated to identify problems with equipment, products, techniques, medical complications and other situations or circumstances that may lead to an unwanted outcome from Cosmetic Tattooing.

 

Click Here to submit an Unhappy With Results Adverse Outcome Report

 

NB. The purpose of the CT-AOR is to assist improvement in service delivery across the industry and it is not intended as a vehicle for punitive action against any party. If you believe that the content of any CT-AOR is inappropriate you may request a review by the site manger by using our contact form and identifying the report, and stating your objections.

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CT-AOR : Scalp Hair Tattoo : Australi...

by CosmeticTattoo.org on 22/04/2013 - 07:25 pm

Cosmetic Tattoo Adverse Outcome Reports (CT-AOR) can be submitted by any person to alert industry members and public members to circumstances that resulted in an unwanted outcome resulting from cosmetic tattooing.
The intent is to provide a centralised database of information that can be searched and evaluated to identify problems with equipment, products, techniques, medical complications and other situations or circumstances that may lead to an unwanted outcome from Cosmetic Tattooing.
NB. The purpose of the CT-AOR is to assist improvement in service delivery across the industry and it is not intended as a vehicle for punitive action against any party. If you believe that the content ...

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CT-AOR : Lip Tattoo : Australia, Vict...

by CosmeticTattoo.org on 22/04/2013 - 11:10 am

Cosmetic Tattoo Adverse Outcome Reports (CT-AOR) can be submitted by any person to alert industry members and public members to circumstances that resulted in an unwanted outcome resulting from cosmetic tattooing.
The intent is to provide a centralised database of information that can be searched and evaluated to identify problems with equipment, products, techniques, medical complications and other situations or circumstances that may lead to an unwanted outcome from Cosmetic Tattooing.
NB. The purpose of the CT-AOR is to assist improvement in service delivery across the industry and it is not intended as a vehicle for punitive action against any party. If you believe that the content ...

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