For a long time, tattoos have been considered as an "accessory" for skin that lasts for life. In the 1990s, this approach changed as the first Q-wave laser appeared, allowing the removal of tattoos in part or in full. If you ever decided to decorate your body in this way, and you don't want it today - we offer the most effective tattoo removal method - laser.
Can all tattoos be removed?
Normally black or other darker colors (blue, red, etc.) can be completely removed. Also, amateur tattoos are more likely to give in to treatment because the pigment in the skin is not as deep as in a professional office. Eliminating lighter colors (yellow, green) is a bit more difficult.
How Does Laser Light Work On Tattoos?
Usually, the human body dissociates small foreign bodies, but the tattoo (or permanent make-up) paint particles are too large for it. The impulses caused by the Q wave laser are so short and frequent that they can disintegrate various pigment aggregates. They are later removed from the body by our immune system.
Studio Laser Advantages:
- The device is programmed to accurately determine the amount of pigment, so it is extremely accurate;
- Thanks to the advanced OPTIBEAM® technology, the laser beam is evenly distributed. This prevents the skin around the tattoo from being affected.
- The pulses of the Q-wave of the STUDIO laser are shorter than those of other similar lasers (operating range - nanosecond duration) and more powerful, so the total duration of tattoo treatment is reduced to 20%.
How many procedures might be needed to remove a tattoo?
Usually, around 8% is needed to completely remove the tattoo from the skin. However, the number of procedures depends on the size of the tattoo, its color, its depth in the skin, and many other factors. The course of procedures is determined by the doctor during the consultation.
Is the procedure painful?
The threshold for each person's pain is individual, making it difficult to answer unambiguously. Patients claim that they feel mild tingling during the procedure, feeling a "small needle".
If necessary, the site to be treated can be anesthetized with topical, topical analgesic ointment.
What special preparation is needed before the procedure?
Avoid ultraviolet light (sun, solarium, phototherapy) for at least two months before the procedure to protect the surrounding skin.
How does the skin look immediately after the procedure?
Immediately after the procedure, the skin flushes, the appearance of the treated area is visible. Then a scab is formed, which then falls off itself. Caution: It is not possible to scratch the scoop. How to care for your laser affected skin after the procedure will be explained to you by your doctor.
Contraindications to the procedure (when this cannot be done):
Taking medicines that increase light sensitivity;
Using systemic retinoids (isotretinoin, acitretin);
In the case of cancer or pre-cancerous condition in the desired treatment locally;
Injury herpes simplex infection at the site of the procedure;
Prone to keloid scarring;
During pregnancy or lactation;
In epilepsy (can trigger an attack);
In the wound of the desired treatment locally;
After sunbathing the skin to be treated locally;