Medical tattooing is a critical reconstructive component in women following mastectomy. Recently, novel three-dimensional tattooing techniques mimicking depth by using light and shadow principles have allowed for aesthetically superior results. However, results are variable between providers, and professionals skilled in tattooing are often inaccessible to patients. To assess the need and obtain more background information regarding current practices, the authors recorded survey results from 753 plastic and reconstructive surgery offices. Results showed that 23 percent of facilities that offer reconstruction do not perform or refer for nipple-areola complex tattooing, leaving the patients to seek the service on their own. In this article, the authors present the nipple-by-number device, a three-dimensionally–printed stencil to ensure an accurate, consistent, and personalized aesthetic result during three-dimensional nipple-areola complex tattooing. The nipple-by-number device permits the plastic surgeon or supervised treating specialist to inexpensively, efficiently, and expeditiously perform the three-dimensional nipple-areola complex tattooing in their office. Furthermore, the device gives the patients the option of having their premorbid nipple-areola complex anatomy restored through preoperative photographs or choosing a different nipple-areola complex from a catalogue of designs. The device can be applied on any reconstructed breast mound whether or not a nipple projection procedure has been performed.