More and more people nowadays are getting tattooed, but at the same time there are more and more of those who regret this decision and want to remove their tattoos.
The reasons for this are various, the rules and regulations when you apply for a certain job, the inability to advance in the career because of a tattoo, or simply because you've had enough of it and you want to get rid of it.
This method offers you the possibility to do precisely this.
To remove some tattoos, depending on the color, more treatments are needed. Shading effects that are used to emphasize tattoos are easier to remove. Also, newer tattoos are removed much harder, as well as tattoos on darker skin. Namely, lighter people are the best candidates for a laser tattoo removal because there is almost no chance that skin color changes will occur after the treatment.
It is easiest to remove black, dark and red tattoos while orange, yellow, pink, brown, purple and other lighter shades are removed much harder. Among the most difficult to remove are turquoise, lighter shades of blue, as well as lighter shades of green. Today, laser is something that is most commonly used for the removal of tattoos.
One of these lasers is the PHILASER ~ Q-switch laser, intended for the removal of different types of pigments.
Q-switch lasers emit short but very powerful pulses considerably stronger than standard laser technology.
Lasers work specifically because each of its wavelengths destroys a pigment of a certain color, i.e. similar colors. For each other color, the laser needs another wavelength. By the insertion of the laser beam, the pigment is destroyed, while the surrounding tissue remains untouched.
Treatment is not painful, and because of different tattoo techniques, the number of treatments can not be accurately predicted.
Increased number of laser beams over a tattoo results in fewer treatments.
Multicore tattoos need the biggest number of treatments, from 7 to 10, bright tattoos mostly need about 3-5 treatments, and densely 5-8. It is also possible to remove most of the tattoos in a small number of treatments, while some smaller parts, such as multicolored, require a greater number of treatments.
After the tattoo removal treatment, the treated area may become reddish with the feeling of heat and fewer crests can be produced. These side effects completely disappear within a few days.
Tattoo removal prices can vary because they depend above all, on the size of the tattoo. There is no treatment that can remove the tattoo with one hundred percent success, but with modern methods most polyclinics have almost found a way and the tattoos are, almost invisible in the end.