So, you wanted to get a tattoo. you had a great night with your friends out drinking and partying and now to top off the evening let’s all get a tattoo. maybe you were one of those girls in the mid 1990s that thought having a tattoo in the small of her back was a great idea at the time. maybe you and your army buddies decided to go out and get matching tattoos proving your real tough guys. or perhaps you just wanted his or her name splashed across your wrist or your back. Whatever the case may be as to how you got the tattoo, now you may be rethinking that decision. As everyone told you, tattoos are permanent so you better be sure you wanted one before you get one.
But just last 10 to 15 years dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons have developed a laser removal system similar to the hair removal. this tattoo laser removal system has been shown to completely remove a tattoo in 5 to 15 treatments over the course of about a year.
The procedure is simple and in most cases takes only seconds to perform. once a qualified laser tattoo removal professional accurately determines the level of your tattoo, measuring color and depth, they can estimate how many treatments it will take to remove the tattoo completely. you will need to return to the clinic about every 6 to 8 weeks for another treatment, which can be anywhere from 5 to 15 treatments, and it will take about a year for the tattoo to be completely removed.
These high-tech laser removal systems are quite accurate. Depending on your skin type, tone, and the ink that was used in your specific tattoo results can vary but most can guarantee satisfactory results. In severe cases a faint and very light discoloring of the skin may occur where the ink was. Although most tattoos can be removed, cosmetic surgery and permanent makeup cannot be removed. the reason for this being there is metallic compounds in the ink that can cause an adverse reaction with the laser making the ink actually darker instead of lighter. In addition to this, you wouldn’t want anybody with a laser this close to your eye such as removing eyeliner or permanent eyebrows.
To find a tattoo laser removal professional you want to do your research and find out the level of professionalism, healthcare, and medical concern. this procedure must be performed by a qualified laser removal doctor or nurse. And while you’ll want to make sure that you get the best care, the price is actually quite affordable. Most tattoo removal treatments cost anywhere from $50-$70 per treatment plus the cost of any in-house appointments.
There is some level of pain that goes along with removing a tattoo but there are numbing agents that are available to help ease the pain. Although, if you went through the pain of getting the tattoo in the first place having it removed shouldn’t be nearly as bad.