Using lasers to remove tattoos has become the standard of care because they provide effective alternatives with low risk, increased safety, minimal side effects, and increased selectivity. The number of treatments required depends on the size, location, depth, and type of pigment (yellow and green are the hardest to remove; blue and black are the easiest) and the number of colors. The length of time the tattoo is in place is another factor in considering a new tattoo and may be more difficult to remove than an old tattoo. In addition, average amateur tattoos require 3 to 5 treatments, while professional tattoos may require 6 to 10 treatments. The Laser tattoo removal machine by using a high-intensity beam that is absorbed by the pigment particles. When ink particles absorb selective wavelengths, they are broken down into small molecules. These pieces are then dispersed and absorbed by the body. It usually takes 4 to 8 weeks for the body to absorb ink particles.
Laser tattoo removal program:
Treatment time is 4-8 weeks apart and usually takes 15-30 minutes. In most cases, a local anesthetic is used at the treatment site to eliminate any discomfort. During the treatment, the patient may have a tingling sensation. After treatment, the skin will appear white discolored, scarring, and may be slightly bleeding. The surrounding area may appear red and swollen with some swelling. After each training tattoos will gradually disappear and fade.
After the Laser tattoo removal operation instructions:
One month after surgery, it is highly recommended to avoid direct sunlight. SPF 30 or higher sunscreen should be used weeks before and after surgery to avoid the risk of color change.
After treatment, the area was kept dry and covered for 24 hours.
Use ice to reduce swelling.
If bleeding and bleeding do not stop calling the office or going to the nearest emergency room, apply firm pressure for 10 minutes.
If crust or crust occurs, let it fall off on its own. Grease the area with grease until the skin falls off.
Normal drainage will be clear, light pink or yellowish. Signs of infection include odor, severe pain, dark yellow or green discharge, red streaks or fever.
Laser tattoo removal side effect:
The immediate side effects are often small, but usually include weeks of swelling and red discoloration. Temporary skin discoloration may occur, but normal skin discoloration usually recovers within 6 to 12 months. Permanent scars are rare side effects and occur less than 5%.