Tattoo removal is a procedure carried out to remove an unwanted tattoo. Some of the common techniques used for tattoo removal include laser surgery, surgical removal, and dermabrasion. In this procedure, the tattoo ink is placed beneath the top layer of the skin and all laser wavelengths are absorbed by the black tattoo pigment. Three common treatments used widely by aestheticians are laser removal, surgical excision, and dermabrasion. As far as the results are concerned, tattoos are meant to be permanent, however complete tattoo removal is difficult. Still, with professional treatments under expert guidance, some degree of the desired result is possible.
How it works
The laser is used to remove tattoos by dispersing the pigment hues with a strong light beam. Because it is the most straightforward color to remove, all laser wavelengths are absorbed by the black tattoo pigment.
- Effective fading and removal of tattoos
- Minimal recovery time
- Proven results
- Removing specific or entire tattoos
There may be some mild reactions that you might feel after the treatment. Some of the common side effects are scarring or skin color variation, regardless of the method of tattoo removal used.
You can reduce scarring by using the prescribed ointments, wearing sunscreen,
avoiding direct sun exposure, and using anti-scarring oils and creams.
Laser tattoo removal treatment is used to completely remove or lighten your tattoo. It is easier to remove certain ink types and colors than others. With multiple sessions, most people see the desired results.
There is some degree of discomfort while getting a tattoo removed, although the pain is relatively bearable. To help make the pain more tolerable, sometimes skin numbing cream is used.
Tattoo removal treatment sessions may vary in length, depending on the size of the area to be treated. Such as a small tattoo might take a few minutes per treatment session, however, a large tattoo can take hours to treat.