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About Tattoo Removal

Tattoo removal treatment is a procedure done to try to remove an unwanted tattoo. Common techniques used for tattoo removal include laser surgery, surgical removal, and dermabrasion. laser treatment for tattoo removal works to break up pigment for permanent removal of the ink. As laser energy works to slowly break up and release the pigment from the skin. With each treatment, your tattoo will slowly fade away. After a course of treatments, your tattoo will be virtually unnoticeable, without harm to your skin.

Tattoo Removal Treatments & Application

Unwanted dark and multi-colored tattoos can be safely and effectively eliminated with Bvlaser’s variety of tattoo removal treatments.Successful multi-color tattoo removal requires a high powered laser that can deliver enough energy within the absorption spectrum of a wide range of colors.

Why Choose Bvlaser's Q-Switched Nd:YAG Devices?

Q-Switched Nd:YAG is very effective for the removal of dark tattoos and the safest for skin of color. Using a top-hat beam profile ensures control of homogeneous energy delivery and maximum safety without hot-spots nor any risk of side effects or complication for the patient. The versatility of 5 spot sizes allows to use the ideal parameters for the clearance of dark tattoos.

532nm: the 532nm wavelength is effective for brighter ink colors (red, orange and yellow).for treatment of epidermal pigmentation such as freckles, solar lentigo, epidermal melasma, etc.(mainly for red and brown pigmentation)

1064nm: the 1064nm wavelengthlaser is ideal for treating darker ink colors (black, blue and green).for treatment of tattoo removal, dermal pigmentation, and treating certain pigmentary conditions such as Nevus of Ota and Hori’s Nevus. (mainly for black and blue pigmentation)

Before & After Clinical Results

Tattoo Removal After Pictures
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Most Frequent Questions And Answers

What are the types of tattoo removal?

A: There are different types of tattoo removal available, including:

Laser tattoo removal: Lasers are focused beams of light directed onto your skin. It can take multiple laser therapy sessions to remove a tattoo.

Dermabrasion: Dermabrasion is a type of surgical procedure where a special tool removes the outer layers of your skin that contain tattoo ink.

Chemical peels: Chemical peels use chemicals like trichloroacetic acid to remove permanent ink from your skin.

Surgical excision: A surgical excision is a surgical procedure to cut out the skin that contains a tattoo. This procedure works well with small tattoos and isn’t effective for large tattoos.

Tattoo removal creams: Tattoo removal creams are available but aren’t as successful at removing tattoos as other therapies.

Does tattoo removal hurt?

A: Depending on what type of tattoo removal you choose, there may be varying levels of pain or discomfort. Some people say that removal feels the same as getting a tattoo, while others liken it to the feeling of a rubber band being snapped against their skin. Your skin may be sore after the procedure.

Will laser tattoo removal completely remove my tattoo?

A: Each person’s tattoo removal process is different. It’s relatively common for tattoo removal to not remove a tattoo completely. But some tattoo removal procedures will completely remove the tattoo from your body. When tattoo removal isn’t 100% successful, some colors of tattoo dye resist removal, and some pigment is too deep for lasers to reach, for example. Certain colors may be easier to remove than others. Blue or black tattoos respond well to laser treatment because they’re better at absorbing light.

What’s a laser tattoo removal treatment like?

A: Before the treatment starts a medical professional will apply an anesthetic cream, and you’ll be given protective eye gear to wear, along with a cooling device. The medical professional will then gently place a handpiece against your skin and deliver laser pulses to the tattoo pigment. With each laser pulse, most people experience a sensation similar to a rubber band snapping against their skin. The amount of laser pulses depends on the tattoo’s size, but most treatment sessions only last a few minutes.

How does laser tattoo removal work?

A: Laser tattoo removal works by targeting pigment colors in the skin’s dermis, which lies between your outer layer of skin (epidermis) and the tissue beneath. The tattoo pigments absorb the laser’s beam and fragment. Your body then absorbs these fragments and eliminates them.

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