Laser Tattoo Removal
How Are Tattoos Removed?
Medical lasers use a beam of light to significantly lighten or completely remove your tattoo. When the ink particles absorb the light from the laser, they are broken up into fragments and then absorbed through your body’s immune system. This process generally takes a few weeks. The larger the tattoo, the more sessions it will take to break down the ink particles.
What Will My Skin Look Like After Treatment?
Right after your treatment, your skin will have a white discoloration, and the area around the tattoo may become reddish and appear swollen. This is normal and will disappear slowly over time. Results take about 5 weeks after each treatment. Immediately after treatment, antibacterial ointment and gauze will be applied to the treated area to minimize infection.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Occasionally, a whitening of the skin may occur. However, normal skin tone should return within 6 -12 months following your last treatment session. Since the ink used in tattooing can vary from tattoo to tattoo, some patients have only partial clearing even after several sessions.
Tattoo Removal Options
Before the advent of the medical laser, common techniques included cryosurgery, dermabrasion or excision. These methods can be painful and may often result in scarring. Laser treatments are safer. They are minimally invasive and only target the ink used in the tattoo process. Lasers are now the modern standard for tattoo removal, specifically the Q-switched laser.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
The number of treatments required for optimal results depends on the size, location, depth and color of the tattoo. Treatment should be performed 4 – 8 weeks apart in order to allow the body to remove the maximum amount of tattoo pigment after Tattoo Removal Treatment in Himachal.
Each session usually takes 10 – 30 minutes. You will continue to see lightening of your tattoo after each treatment as your body disposes of more pigment. Most patients will see improvement in their tattoos and results can be quite dramatic.
How Do Laser or Energy-based Treatments Work?
This depends on the type of birthmark you have. Basically, when the laser energy is applied to the skin, it targets the pigment in the birthmark and breaks it up. The body later removes the debris naturally, some pigment may remain to require multiple treatments. Treatment of darker skinned patients can be more challenging, but a good device used carefully by an expert can provide good results.
What Is The Treatment Like?
Some patients say they feel a slight sting, like the snap of a rubber band on the skin. Many treatments do not require anesthetics. However, some patients feel more comfortable with a local numbing agent, such as a topical anesthetic.
With the ADVANTAGE laser system
- The device features a useful wavelength for pigment.
- Treatment settings can be easily adjusted to customize treatment to your specific needs, even if you have darker skin.
- The cooling tip improves safety and comfort during treatment.
- The pressure tip pushes regular blood away from the area so only the pigment is treated.
- High repetition rate promotes rapid treatments.
The Next Level of Treatment Versatility
What is the Procedure of Laser Tattoo Removal?
While Considering Tattoo Removal we understand a lot of Questions are in mind regarding the Procedure. Our Experts briefly explain the entire process with the patient before treatment to relax their mind. This removal works by delivering high-powered laser beams to the affected area of the skin which gets absorbed by the pigment of your tattoo. These pigments to break into some small particles which are then removed by the immune system of your body.But It doesn’t destroy your natural skin Pigments so there is no need to worry about that.
Safe & Affordable Laser Removal
Advanced laser technology heals the Strech Marks, Wrinkles, Acne, Pore and marks due to surgeries or accidental marks. We have absolutely latest Technology with most experienced Staff to handle all the procedure and it is more affordable than any other treatment.
Having a better understanding of your tattoo removal goals is our key focus here at Neelkanth Hospital Mandi. We are happy knowing that we were able to give you the information you needed to make the right decision. So, let us help you.
Our Tattoo Removal Process held with advanced technology Equipment in the presence of Experienced Staff. The Laser Treatment will easily remove multi-coloured tattoos including the usually difficult red, orange and yellow ink as well as single color tattoos safely and effectively.
Our experts in tattoo removal at Neelkanth Hospital helped patients with a very wide range of tattoos. These are the types of tattoos that we commonly remove:
- Names and words – written in cursive and block letters
- Rings – symbols, words, bands worn under rings or jewelry
- Designs – hearts, characters, animals, flowers, tribal art, barbed wire.
- Sleeves/large artwork
- Portions of tattoos – we can remove just a small part of a larger tattoo
Laser tattoo removal works by focusing laser energy to break up the pigment and color in your tattoo. Our lasers are designed exclusively for tattoo removal – to give you the best results.
we offer you the most advanced technology to remove your unwanted tattoos. Our high performing Geomatic systems Laser can directly target and remove all colors in one treatment session, with the dedicated Ruby laser able to directly target and remove blue and green ink. Our laser treatment, providing you the latest in pain reduction technology.
This Technology can remove tattoos faster than other lasers and with a significantly reduced chance of any tissue damage. Your skin is left looking as close to natural as possible once the tattoo is removed. We have your complete comfort in mind. The proper cooling applications are a key component to any professional tattoo removal treatment. By using the Geomatic machine, we can help you stay comfortable by numbing the tattooed area during treatment. This provides a better overall experience and reduces any chance of post-inflammatory swelling or skin trauma.