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Tattoo removal


Factors affecting laser tattoo removal

Factors affecting laser tattoo removal are:

  • its age (the older the better);
  • its depth (the amateur tattoo is easier to remove, because it is more superficial),
  • its color (monochrome blacks behave better in erasing).

Tattoo removal is usually done for cosmetic reasons.

Tattoo Removal Methods

There are several ways to remove a tattoo.

The most common are:

  • surgical removal (in one or more surgical times),
  • skin scraping (1 to 3 sessions),
  • Q switched laser that erases almost all tattoo colors.

Surgical removal requires surgery under local or general anesthesia, depending on the extent of the tattoo. It also leaves scars, most often large ones.

Dermabrasion creates a deep burn with slow healing (possibility of creating a deformed scar, pigmentation, etc.)

Q switched lasers are the best choice for tattoo removal (painless, without recovery and wound changes).

4 – 6 sessions are needed at intervals of 20 days – 1 month.

Side effects after the laser

Possible side effects include temporary skin discoloration (normal skin color returns quickly).

With Q switched, the tattoo fades 95 – 100%. That is, it is likely to leave a shadow that most of the time is not visible.


Laser tattoo removal is painless and leaves no marks or scars.

It is not time-consuming to apply, nor do they need wound changes for later.

It is safe and the best solution for tattoo removal.

Q switched lasers are specialized lasers with unique applications for erasing tattoos and removing skin spots or moles.