Laser Tattoo Removal FAQs

Laser energy is carefully administered to the skin covering the tattooed region. This energy breaks down each ink particle into smaller fragments, which can then be naturally eliminated by your body. Over a sequence of sessions, the tattoo gradually diminishes and eventually vanishes.

Immediate fading may be observable. Typically, tattoo removal occurs over multiple sessions. The number of sessions required depends on factors such as ink color and density, tattoo age, and body location.

Patients have described the sensation as similar to that of receiving a tattoo, although the removal process is considerably quicker! To enhance comfort, a chiller or cold roller may be applied over the treated area.

Typically, there is no downtime whatsoever. Frequently, a protective bandage is applied to the area treated with the laser, allowing you to resume your regular activities.

Certainly! Our laser is tailored to handle the entire range of colours, including white and black. However, certain colours may pose more challenges and might necessitate additional sessions for effective treatment.

The total expense will vary based on the number of sessions needed, which is influenced by several factors such as ink colour, density, composition, body location, and the age of the tattoo.

Certainly. We can tailor treatments to gradually fade tattoos, which can aid in preparing for tattoo cover-ups, and we can also target specific areas for removal within a tattoo.

Certainly. However, it’s crucial that we conduct a consultation to assess your tattoo, the extent of fading, and devise a treatment plan accordingly.

I hope the above FAQs answer most of your questions and concerns but, should you require any further clarification on the subject of Laser Tattoo Removal or to book a free consultation, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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