Not all tattoos end up the way they should. Many people expect something great but get undesirable results. In many cases, people want to get rid of ink on their skin because it reminds them of a bitter past. Whatever the cause, the good news is that tattoos can be removed with laser technology.
Most people who are considering getting rid of unwanted tattoos have several questions about the removal process.
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- Question #1 – Is it possible to remove my tattoo?
Remember that most tattoos can be removed using precise methods, such as laser technology. Black ink patterns are the most common and also the easiest to remove.
It is also easy to remove many different colors – red, yellow, orange, blue, dark green, purple, brown and so on. Solid color prints are light green and blue/green or teal.
These colors may be opaque, but they are difficult to remove completely. You can ask an experienced surgeon for more information about the types of tattoo ink that can be effectively removed.
- Question 2 – Is laser tattooing dangerous?
Lasers used for ink removal should only be used to disperse ink. Far from beauty centers where they use lasers for various treatments. You need to see a surgeon who knows what type of laser to use on the skin to remove the pattern.
With the proper medical equipment (goggles to protect the eyes), laser ink removal works well when used by a cosmetic surgeon. Manufacturers of these devices go through a thorough approval process. The radiation emitted by this type of laser is non-ionizing and does not cause cancer or other abnormal cell growth.
- Question 3 – What type of laser is used for tattoo removal?
The blackhead remover uses a completely safe laser that effectively and safely removes blackheads from the skin. A high-quality laser with two wavelengths of light is used to separate the light from the skin.
- Question 4 – Will the peel harm my skin?
No, not if you use a reputable professional surgeon. Laser tattooing does not scar the skin if used by an experienced doctor or surgeon. Beware of centers staffed by laser professionals without proper medical training.
- Question 5 – How long should I wait between sessions?
A month between treatments is sufficient for most patients. For some people, it takes a month and a half for the bright colored ink to appear on their skin. In a cosmetic clinic consultation, you will find out what is most suitable for your case.