Tattoo removal in the past has been a difficult and painful process, so it was hard for many people to resort to it, and they would have preferred to remain unsatisfied with its appearance, take risks and try to remove it.
Previous tattoo removal techniques have had many unwanted side effects as well as pain caused, and unsatisfactory results.
Therefore, the latest tattoo removal technology has emerged, which is the safest, least painful and offering the best possible results, laser tattoo removal technology.
Drawing the tattoo on the skin as a decoration, is the most common type of tattoo. Some of which are homemade with a small needle and Indian ink, and others are more professional and professional where a tattoo gun can be used to use one or more tattoo ink.
Professional tattooing is deeper than the primary tattoo where it contains more ink, and usually requires additional treatment sessions.
Also known as Permanent Mackup Permanent Makeup This type of tattoo is used as a permanent eyeliner, red lips, or eyebrows.
This type of tattoo is also used to cover disorders of skin pigmentation, scars and other impurities.
Are substances that are alien to the body such as dirt, accidental injuries that may occur to the body involuntarily and leave skin color.
Modern tattoo artists use countless colors to produce striking designs, leading to the desire of permanent people to paint works of art on the body. However, ideas may change with changes in time, taste and lifestyle changes. As you are able to change the style of clothes and hairstyle shape you can also remove unwanted tattoos or replace it with another different perfume.
You are now able to remove unwanted tattoos thanks to the latest specialized tattoo removal equipment of all kinds and colors available only in the center of Prof. Moawad (Q-switched Nd: YAG laser and Fractional Laser
Are there alternatives to tattoo removal? What are the old methods of tattoo removal?
There are many methods of removing tattoo removal by surgical excision (cutting the area of the skin containing the tattoo and re-sewing), or using salt for abrasive tattoos, and chemical peels (using acids to burn layers of skin).
These methods are painful and costly and lead to scarring. The tattoo removal methods destroy the surface layers of the skin and lead to a large inflammation, with a large scar.
Or using other types of non-selective laser such as CO2 laser leaves a large scar. Despite the severity of the procedure often leave behind a large amount of tattoo dye
Using modern laser tattoo removal:
Modern laser tattoo removal, such as Q-switched lasers, removes tattoo dyes, and Q-switched lasers is a way to produce a very short laser pulse in nanoseconds.
Unfortunately some laser clinics are using devices that offer pulses per millisecond, such as the pulsed light pulsed light for tattoo therapy. These types of devices expose the tattoo to heat for a very long time, allowing the tattoos to spread in the surrounding tissues, resulting in unacceptable scarring in the form of tattoos, while leaving most tattoos without removing.
To achieve better cosmetic results, Q-switched lasers should be used to remove tattoos, and for those with dark skin, YAG “Q-switched Nd: YAG” can be used as the safest.
How can laser types “Q-Switched Nd: YAG 1064 nm and KTP 532 nm” work on tattoos?
The Q-Switched laser is capable of sending two wavelengths of wavelength, 1064- and 532 nm. This allows effective treatment of dark tattoo dyes such as blue and dark black using a 1064 nm wavelength as well as removing red and orange pigments using a 532 nm wavelength.
The laser sends precise pulses of high light energy into the skin, leading to the evaporation of some tattoo inks and the breaking of other tattoo inks into thousands of very small particles that the skin safely disposes.
The Q-Switched laser produces high power, allowing large diameter to penetrate deeply into laser beams, helping to accelerate unwanted tattoo dislocation.
If the area to be treated has been exposed to the sun soon to acquire skinny skin, it is best to wait a few weeks for the skin to fade before starting treatment, because tanning skin will absorb some of the laser energy of the cells stained tattoos.
Sun rays that cause skin tanning (or recent color gain due to self-tanning or lotion) can absorb enough laser energy to increase the risk of skin irritation or ulcers.
This is why Professor Moawad insists that patients should cover their tattoos with a bandage or clothing before laser treatment to reduce excess melanin, which can lead to discoloration of the skin.
Is laser tattoo removal painful?
Many patients find that the first treatment session for laser tattoo removal is similar to the pain they felt when they got a tattoo.
Pain may be less discomfort after the first two sessions of treatment because the tattoo fades and the skin is less pigmented and absorbs the laser energy better.
The effect of light pulse energy is similar to the thickness of a thin rubber band, or the sting of hot grease points on the skin. Most cases do not require anesthesia, and only make ice packers, put on a lot of creams or use a local anesthetic if necessary. Before taking the session with a few minutes (30 minutes) to reduce the pain.
Skin care after laser treatment of tattoos is quite similar to skin care after having a tattoo. Proper skin cleansing and an antibiotic ointment helps calm the tattoo skin inflammation quickly after treatment.
Excessive redness, pain, swelling may also be a sign of infection so please contact Professor Moawad immediately if you think there is swelling, redness and pain is unlikely.
Avoid skin irritation after treatment.
In the first half hour after laser tattoo treatment appears pale or white, it can swell slightly.
You may feel the heat of the tattoo (such as scum)