Laser tattoo removal steps

Laser tattoo removal is one of the most modern and quick procedures, which is less painful, safer and more useful than conventional methods such as surgery, synovium, acid treatment, burning and others.

How to remove laser tattoo:

The laser produces a laser beam that targets the tattoo accurately without affecting the adjacent healthy skin, which causes the breakdown and breakdown of the dye molecules found in the tattoo. Cells in the body then clean the particles. This process takes several weeks.

During the session:
The anesthetic cream is applied for half an hour to an hour before laser treatment to reduce the sense of pain as the session is accompanied by a sense of pain burning or sting.

Post-session:
The color of the previous tattoo changes to white immediately after the laser and then surrounded by a red halo that may last for several days.

There may be some slight swelling if the tattoos are deep.

A number of sessions:
They cannot be determined because they relate to the number and depth of the tattoo particles, the type and color of the dye used and the location of the tattoo.

How Laser Tattoo Removal Is Done

As protection in all cosmetic procedures or treatments using a laser, the person is wearing protective eyewear to avoid damage to the laser beam, so before starting the laser tattoos scan the person is wearing this condom.

The session begins by cleaning and drying the area to remove the tattoo, and then use the drug, in the case of the use of the cream leaves half an hour to start, but in the case of anesthetic injection leaves less time.

The doctor starts using a laser device, and shows the strong compound light in the form of successive pulses, shedding the tattoo part after the other, until the entire skin area is finished.

After the procedure is completed, use a dry cold compress or ice pack to reduce the feeling of heat. Your doctor will ask you to use the mild cream after returning home until the next appointment.

Initial results appear immediately after the session, so that the color of the tattoo becomes lighter than before, and continues to fade until completely after the completion of all sessions.
 

Laser types used in tattoo removal
There are two basic types of laser used in tattoo removal. The first type is called Q-switched laser. It is the oldest type of use. It has effective results when used with dark colors, but its results are not as effective with light colors.

The other is called picosecond, the newer type, which has been in use for less than five years. It has been specially developed to deal with light colors of tattoos, but there must be a long period of time between each session and up to four months.

Laser tattoo removal

The advantages of laser tattoo removal and its disadvantages
There are many advantages to this procedure, making it a favorite for many other ways to remove tattoos.

The procedure is non-surgical and requires only local anesthesia
Does not cause very little pain that can be tolerated
Do not damage the skin cells adjacent to the tattoos
Gives great results for dark colors, leaving no impact after sessions are finished
The disadvantages of laser tattoos are that the results are not given the same accuracy as light colors.

Side effects of laser tattoo removal

There is a redness of the skin at the tattoo site after each session
The presence of some grains filled with fluids after the use of the laser
A change in skin color after the entire session, it may be lighter or darker than the surrounding skin

Skin Sensitivity
Sometimes simple bleeding occurs
The appearance of some scars on the skin
All of the previous side effects can be treated and treated when consulting a doctor and determines the appropriate treatment for each problem.

Tips after laser tattoos scan

Use cold compresses to place the tattoo regularly so as to reduce the pain
Use a gentle moisturizer recommended by your doctor, to avoid any inflammation that can occur
Do not use perfume, soap or any other cosmetics on the laser-treated skin for at least two days
Direct sun exposure
 

The cost of laser tattoo removal
This is a relatively expensive procedure, sometimes setting the price based on a pulse rate of up to $ 10 in some places, or setting the price based on the price of a session.

The average price per laser tattoo removal session in England is about US $ 100, and the price in Switzerland rises slightly to US $ 220, and the price doubles to US $ 400 in Poland. France is the top European country in the price of laser tattoo removal, To US $ 640.

side effects:
Change the color and texture of the skin for a temporary period and then go away

Note: This article contains medical advice, although these tips are written by specialists and are safe and harmless to use for most people, they are not a substitute for your doctor’s advice. Use it at your own risk.