Tattoo implantation is trendy these days so is the process of removal. The biggest question of concern here is how to Remove a Tattoo?
When an individual decides to get a tattoo on the body, he or she feels that they have made the best decision of their life. But now that they have inked the tattoo permanently, it is quite difficult to remove it from the skin, when an individual wants to remove it. Don’t worry, at tattoo removal Sydney, clients get a safe and reliable solution to remove a tattoo.
There are three main methods to remove a tattoo from the skin. They are
- Laser tattoo removal Treatment: one of the most effective treatments to remove multi-colored tattoos with the least side effects. Doctors use different wavelengths of light to target colors according to their wavelength. An experienced doctor is required for a consultation to get the right recommended for the type of laser to be used to remove a tattoo.
- Surgical Excision: In this method, surgeons remove the outer layer of the skin using abrasive tools to remove the tattoo present on the skin.
- Dermabrasion or Salabrasion: This treatment required doctors to use chemicals to remove a tattoo from the outer layers of the skin.
Tattoo Removal Process is Easy or Difficult
Most patients who undergo tattoo removal treatment claim that the entire process is very difficult to handle. It is difficult to remove a tattoo once it is implanted on the skin. Why? There are so many reasons to explain why tattoo removal is not easy and a very difficult task.
When tattoo ink pigments of different colors are implanted on the skin, there is an uneven color density. The reason is each color has its penetration level and go deeper into the skin depending on different depth levels. Usually, it is seen that black or blue colored tattoos have a lower penetration level and are easier to remove as compared to other colors. Green and yellow ink penetrates deeper than other colors so take more time or is difficult to completely remove the tattoo from the skin.
All tattoo removal treatments require multiple sessions to remove the tattoo completely. Whatever a patient chooses between laser tattoo removal, dermabrasion, or excision, he or she has to go through multiple sessions. Because with each session, the ink of different penetration levels is removed.
Under no circumstances, a patient can choose to leave one or another session of the entire tattoo removal procedures. Many people try “home remedies” at first but end up contacting professionals. Trying to remove a tattoo at home is not only dangerous but also increases the chances of side effects like scarring and infection. It is advised not to try any unscientific method or follow home remedies.
Contact your physician and he or she will recommend the number of sessions as per the type of tattoo implanted on the skin.
Tattoo removal using laser light
The laser tattoo removal technique is one of the effective and safest tattoo removal techniques that have been around for a while. With the advancement of science and technology, the methodology of laser tattoo removal has improved and the number of side effects has reduced.
Laser tattoo removal Procedure:
A high-intensity laser light breaks down the pigments in the ink of the colored tattoo. Laser beams target ink pigments at a different wavelength. Black ink is easiest to remove because black color is known to absorb all colors. For other colors, a patient must seek consultation on the type of laser that may be used to treat the tattoo.
The entire laser tattoo removal process includes multiple sessions depending on the size, shape, location, type, and depth of the tattoo.
Possible side effects of laser tattoo removal
As said, laser tattoo removal is the safest of all, it does have fewer side effects.
Patients can relax because this method has fewer side effects as compared to other methods available in the market. Here are a few side effects one can expect from the treatment:
- Skin Infections:Laser tattoo removal uses laser light so after treatment, a patient may see skin infections and permanent scars.
- Hypo or Hyperpigmentation: The treated area and the area surrounding the tattoo may get fairer (hypopigmentation) or darker (hyperpigmentation).
- Skin Darkening: Cosmetic tattoo removal like a tattoo on eyeliners or lip liners may darken the area in the removal process.