Tattoo removal has been performed with various tools. While tattoos were once considered permanent, it is now possible to remove them with treatments, fully or partially. Tattoo removal includes the use of lasers to permanently get rid of the tattoo.
Safe and Comfortable Laser Tattoo Removal
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Tattoo Removal Pre-treatment might include the application of an anaesthetic cream for 45 to 90 minutes prior to the laser treatment session. Immediately after treatment, a slightly elevated, white discolouration with or without the presence of punctuate bleeding is often observed. Subsequently, a crust appears over the entire tattoo, which sloughs off at approximately 14 days after the tattoo removal treatment.
By utilizing a specialized laser device, laser is targeted on the tattoo without harming the surrounding areas. It heats the tiny particles (tattoo pigments) and causes them to shatter into smaller ink particles. Shattered ink pigments are then expelled out of the body through the body’s immune system.
Results will not appear immediately after the treatment, you will have to wait to see them. In most cases, 5-8 sessions are needed for removing the tattoo permanently and completely.
You will feel a Little irritation, tenderness, and redness on the treated area but it will normalize in 2-3 days.