Laser Tattoo Removal

Laser Tatoo RemovalIf You Have A Tattoo That No Longer Fits In Your Life, You Do Have An Alternative.

It is possible to safely, easily, and effectively remove all types of decorative, medical and traumatic tattoos without scarring.

How does Laser Tattoo Removal work? 
A short pulse of intense red light emitted by the laser is selectively absorbed by the tattoo ink located in the dermal skin layers. This laser energy causes the tattoo ink to fragment into smaller pigment particles that are removed by your body’s immune systems. Dark tattoos may require several treatments to break the ink into small enough particles for the body to dispose of, but the tattoo gradually fades.

What kind of results can I expect? 
The laser can significantly lighten or remove most tattoo inks. How well your tattoo responds depends on a number of factors. Amateur tattoos usually contain less ink than professional tattoos, and therefore respond more quickly to the treatment. Red and yellow tattoo inks are often more difficult to remove than the darker inks such as black, blue and green.

Does it hurt? 
The laser pulse feels like a rubber band snapping against your skin, and each pulse treats an area approximately the size of pencil eraser. If your tattoo is very large, you may elect to have a local anaesthesia, but this is often not necessary.

Are there any side effects? 
Your skin’s natural pigment, melanin, also absorbs the laser energy, so in darker skinned people the area treated by the laser may become lighter than the surrounding skin for a period of months. Melanin eventually repopulates this area restoring the skin to it’s original colour, but once the tattoo ink is gone it will not return.

What happens after the treatment?
Immediately after laser exposure, the treated area turns white and swells slightly. This whiteness usually fades in 20 to 60 minutes. Over the next several days, blisters may form and then a scab or thin crust may follow. Often the scab is the same colour as the tattoo, because the superficial tattoo ink has been eliminated into this crust.) The skin usually returns to normal in about 7 days.

How many treatments will I require? 
This will depend on the size of your size of your tattoo as well its location, depth, and colour. Amateur tattoos usually require 2 to 4 treatments while professional tattoos usually require 5 or more treatment sessions.
Treatments should be spaced 4 to 8 weeks apart to allow your body’s natural immune system to remove the maximum amount of ink particles in between sessions. You will continue to see fading of the tattoo in between treatment sessions as more ink is removed by your body.

How much will it cost? 
The cost to remove a tattoo depends on the number of treatments required. the number of treatments required depends on the size, location, depth and colour of your tattoo.

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