TATTOO REGRET? NOT ANYMORE.
Today, an estimated 21 percent of Americans have at least one tattoo, and that's a rather large number, considering it was only at 14 percent not too long ago. Tattoos can be a beautiful human expression but as our lives change, it's not uncommon to regret the decision to get inked. Luckily, If you're one of the many who have a change of heart about their tattoos, you no longer need to feel the burden of regret. Laser tattoo removal technology has been developed to erase your ink safely and quickly.
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Q: CAN ALL TATTOOS BE REMOVED ?
Unfortunately not all tattoos can be removed completely, but the majority can. Tattoos are meant to be permanent and with recent ink technology and professional tattoo artists improving their skills tattoos imprinted in the last 10 years are quite difficult to remove. Newer tattoos are more difficult to remove. The majority of tattoo pigments are not FDA- approved and it is not clear what compounds make up any given tattoo ink. Generally tattoo pigments are comprised of compounds of chromium, mercury, iron, copper and carbon.
Q: HOW DOES LASER TATTOO REMOVAL WORKS ?
Q: HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO REMOVE MY TATTOO ?
Tattoos are made up of inks or pigments, which are injected under the skin to form a picture. Over time, the body surrounds these particles with a protective wall of collagen (a protein in the skin) and sealing the particles permanently into position. Tattoo ink particles are too large for the body’s immune system to remove naturally.
Laser tattoo removal works by passing a very short pulse of high power laser light through the skin and the tattoo ink is then broken into smaller particles, which the body is able to remove.
Treatment with the laser varies from patient to patient depending on the age, size, and type of tattoo but generally is between 10 -30 minutes per session. Depending on the size and color of your tattoo, the number of treatments will vary. Your unwanted tattoo may be removed in four to six visits, although many more sessions might be necessary.
Unfortunately there is a possibility that some sort of scar is left behind, even with the best tattoo removal laser. Not exactly a scar but a remnant that a tattoo was once there. That is why you need to think long and hard when you get the tattoo in the first place
Q: WILL IT LEAVE A SCAR ?