Laser Tattoo Removal -


Laser Tattoo removal is a procedure in which a highly focused laser rapidly delivers a beam of light to the skin to remove unwanted tattoos. The tattoo removal is done by breaking up the pigment colours with a high-intensity light beam. As black tattoo pigment absorbs all laser wavelengths and is the easiest colour to treat. Other colours that are resistant can only be treated using selected lasers.

The Process

When the beam of laser strikes the ink in a tattoo, it gets dispersed into very fine particles. These particles become small enough to be absorbed and eliminated by the body’s own natural filtration (lymphatic) system.

Specially designed for tattoo removal, the Ultralase Q-Switched Nd YAG Laser enables high-powered laser light to be delivered to the skin in just a fraction of a second. This reduces any damage that is resultant from overheating of the surrounding skin. Hence, any chance of scarring is significantly reduced.

Anaesthetic creams are used to numb the skin prior to the treatment. Generally, treatments are quick and there is minimal discomfort. The risk of scarring is very low. If your tattoo is older, uses different colours and has complex designs, more treatments would be required.

We provide treatments with the Ultralase Q Switched Nd YAG Laser which can remove tattoos containing black, dark and light blue, green and red pigments. The treatment takes 6-12 sessions based on the quality of tattoo. Whether you want to remove Multi-coloured professional tattoos or Single-colour amateur tattoos, it can be done safely and effectively.

FAQs

How many treatments are necessary?

The number of treatments depends on the amount of ink used and how deep the ink was inserted. However, generally, at least six to twelve treatments are required. Follow up treatments are conducted at 4-6 week intervals.

Can all types of tattoos be treated?

It is possible to remove or significantly lighten most tattoos. Black, blue and red tattoos usually respond well. Aqua, green and yellow tattoos are more resistant and only partially fade. White tattoos reflect laser light and hence do not respond to laser treatment.

What are the costs likely to be?

Treatment costs often vary depending on the size, colour and time required to treat the tattoo.

How frequent are the treatments?

Time is required between each treatment to enable the body’s lymphatic system to remove the ink that has been treated by the laser. A minimum period of six weeks between treatments is advisable.

Can the area be re-tattooed?

Yes, whether you have had complete removal, partial removal or just lightening, the specific area can be re-tattooed.

Will the tattoo completely disappear?

In most cases, the tattoo can be completely cleared. On average, 95% fading is considered a good result.

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