Laser Tattoo Removal after two sessions
Laser Tatfoo Removal – Forehead
Laser Tatfoo Removal – Before and After
Tattoos are not new in fashion, rather the tattoos were made centuries ago on different parts of the body. There is a kind of a tattoo which is natural or present on the skin since birth, called the birth mark also. These days’ people go for permanent tattoos in order to follow fashion and when they want to erase them it becomes very difficult to get rid of them.
In the removal of tattoos laser plays very important and helpful role. It is not wrong to say that tattoos can only be removed with the laser treatment. The laser treatment is very effect and has no side effect and the procedure is non-invasive. The lasers that are used for removing tattoos are non-ablative.
For carrying out the procedure the skin specialist has to be very experienced and certified because he knows what wave length is required for the tattoo and what frequency is needed.
Sometimes there are number of sessions require to remove the tattoo, it depends on the size and depth of the tattoo. Normally the tattoo fades away in 4 to 8 sessions. A patient has to make sure that the laser which is used for the removal of tattoo has to be of good quality and the laser which FDA approves of.
Spectra Laser Tattoo removal is good and state of the art laser is very much result oriented and successfully treat the problem with guaranteed results. Tattoos can be removed very precisely with the laser and there are no major side effects. There can be a little burning felt after the procedure which fades away after sometime. The use of sun screen is necessary after the treatment to avoid any pigmentation in the skin.
Removal of tattoos depends on the principle of selective photothermolysis; when the proper wavelength is applied the ink absorbs the energy preferentially, causing it to break down. The body’s natural healing processes remove broken down pigment over time. Surrounding tissue is largely unaffected, but not entirely spared, so tattoo removal is typically uncomfortable for patients. Numerous sessions are required to maximize results.
The Q-switched laser is the most commonly used device for tattoo removal. Modulation of treatment parameters allows users to customize treatment based on the condition and skin type of the individual patient, to maximize results as well as manage patient comfort and the potential for side effects. The 1064nm wavelength Nd:YAG is recognized as the safest choice for the treatment of darker skin types , however, special care must be taken due to the increased potential for burning or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH).
Small area $110/session
Medium area $220/session
Large area $330/session
Extra large $450/session