Tattoo Removal In Pitampura
How Laser Tattoo Removal Works? What Technology Is Used For Tattoo Removal?
In Vardaan Clinic , Q switched ndyag is used for tattoo removal. It produces the 1064 nm and 532 nm wavelengths, which are the most popular wavelengths used in tattoo removal. The 1064nm wavelength is ideal for treating darker ink colors (black, blue, green) and the 532nm wavelength is effective against brighter ink colors (red, orange, yellow, brown, violet).
How Exactly Does The Laser Break Up The Tattoo Ink?
Two key processes break up the ink: (i) the pigment in your tattoo will absorb the energy from the laser and shatter into smaller pieces, and (2) the incredibly fast pulse of energy from the laser (at just 6 billionths of a second!) has a shockwave-like effect that assists the ink shattering. As a result, the ink acts like sugar cube breaking apart into smaller granules.
How Does The Body Remove The Shattered Ink?
Once the ink is broken down by the tattoo removal laser, the body will respond by moving fluid to the area to help flush away the ink. This immune response will be obvious to the patient in the form of some swelling and redness in the area. Over the following days/weeks/months, the small shattered ink particles will be flushed away naturally. The tattoo removal effects are not seen overnight, and tattoos require multiple treatments.
Why Do I Need Multiple Treatments?
All tattoos have layers of ink, stacked on top of each other within the skin. The thick concentration of pigment particles cannot be completely broken down in one session. At Vardaan Clinic we go over your entire tattoo with our lasers, breaking up as much ink as possible in every session. Each session will produce some level of fading, although for very new tattoos the fading may not be as noticeable because the ink is still so thick and dense. If your tattoo has shading, the shaded areas will vanish in fewer treatments because shaded tattoos have a lower ink density.
Do Tattoo Removal Creams or Injections Work?
No. There is no evidence that “magic creams” help to fade tattoos. At best, they may act like a mild skin bleach to lighten the surrounding skin. Injection methods of tattoo removal are even worse because they basically inject highly-damaging acid into the skin. We have seen many people with severe scarring and chemical burns from injection methods.
What Is The Cost Of Each Treatment?
The cost of each session depends on the size of the tattoo (or tattoos) being removed.
How Many Sessions Will I Need To Remove My Tattoo?
The number of sessions needed to remove tattoo depends on three factors: the age of the tattoo, the color of the ink, and the density of the ink.
- Type of ink: Professional tattoos take a longer time than amateur tattoos. On an average 4-14 sittings may be required to remove a tattoo.
- Age: Older tattoos can be removed with fewer treatments than newer tattoos.
- Color: Certain colors are more easily removed than others. Black and red tattoos are the easiest to remove.
- Location: Because tattoo removal depends on the body to flush away the shattered ink particles, areas of the body with less circulation often take more time to show results. The toes, fingers, ears, and nose are areas that may show slower results.
- Ink Density: Shading in a tattoo is easily removed.
Are there any new techniques for faster tattoo removal?
In Vardaan Clinic, we combine Fractional laser with a switch nd yag for Faster response. Also, R 20 technique can be done which also enhances the rate of dissolution of tattoo.
Are there any contradiction for tattoo removal?
Any local site infection and patients with keloid tendency should not undergo tattoo removal.