Laser Tattoo Removal


Every tattoo has its own uniqueness and thus the number of sessions may vary from person to person and tattoo to tattoo. The number of sessions for laser tattoo removal depends upon the age, size, location, and color of the tattoo along with depth of ink in the skin. 10 to 30 sessions may be required for complete removal of a tattoo with the help of lasers.

The procedures of removing tattoo using laser technique are as follows:

  • Patient will be given protective eye shield to avoid damage from laser beam
  • Reaction of skin to the laser beam will be tested so that effectiveness of energy can be determined
  • Laser tattoo removal can be uncomfortable thus local anaesthesia is administered before the treatment
  • Light with specific wavelength is passed on the upper skin surface of the tattoo so that it is absorbed by the ink. As a result, the ink breaks into minute particles that can be eliminated naturally by the natural filtering system of the body
  • When laser light is activated patient will feel numerous pulses. The number of pulses depends upon the size of tattoo patient has
  • The tattoo mark will become lighter with every session

People usually ask questions like, whether this treatment gives permanent results or it is just a temporary wrapping up of tattoo. We guarantee that this treatment provides you 100% permanent results. Once the tattoo is gone means it is not going to appear again. The body’s natural filtering system eliminates the tattoos completely though it may take some time and repeated procedures.

After Care

After every treatment session, ice pack must be applied to the treated area. After the Laser tattoo removal Session there are chances that you may experience some sort of bruises.. The treated area must be kept clean for healing up and avoiding infection using ointment that is prescribed by the Dermatologist. The area must also be covered up properly using a patch or bandage until it heals completely. Last but not the least, you must not scrub the treated area and neither expose to the sunlight for its proper recovery.