Laser Tattoo Removal involves the use of high-powered lasers that directly target tattoo pigment. The Tattoo Laser emits a highly focused laser beam that passes through the outer skin layer and is absorbed by the tattoo pigment. The wavelengths sent from the laser breaks up the pigment, enabling your body to absorb the residual macrophages to then be excreted via the kidneys and liver. Multiple sessions are required to achieve best results.
There are many misconceptions when it comes to having laser tattoo removal sessions. One common misconception is that Laser Tattoo Removal treatments can cause scarring.
Laser tattoo removal is the safest removal procedure that can provide impressive results with each treatment. Using the latest technology, laser tattoo removal treatments are relatively painless and do not generally leave a scar, if performed correctly.
If the technician is inexperienced aggressive in their approach to tattoo removal treatments, this can cause scaring and damage to the epidermal tissue. In contrast, an experienced specialist will ensure that the correct settings and lasers are utilized to avoid any potential scarring. Proper time allowance between laser tattoo removal treatments is also important. Proper screening of a patient as well is strongly recommended, not only to consider the skin type but to question whether there is any history of scarring or is prone to keloid formation.
What can result from a laser tattoo removal treatment are blisters and scabs. These will eventually heal as this a strong indication that the body has started the healing process. Following proper after care such as avoiding direct sun exposure is essential to getting the best results for your Laser Tattoo Removal Treatment.