- Safe & effective
- US FDA Approved laser
- Breaks tatoo inks and clears from skin over multiple sessions
- Works best on black ink tatoos
MECHANISM OF ACTION
Lasers work by producing short pulses of intense light that pass harmlessly through the top layers of the skin to be selectively absorbed by the tattoo pigment. This laser energy causes the tattoo pigment to fragment into smaller particles that are then removed by the body's immune system.
Q SWITCH Ndyag Laser is effectively in treating black tatoo pigments and certain other coloured tatoo pigments. Laser parameters are decided on the basis of the colour of the tattoo ink, depth of the tattoo and the skin tone of the patient.
With each sitting the tattoo gradually fades away. The treatment works the best in black ink tattoos.
TheQ-Switch Laser uses PhotoAcoustic energy to penetrate the skin and safely target the tattoo at its core. Each pass of the laser causes the tattoo ink to vibrate and gently shatter into micro-particles that are eventually eliminated through natural body processes
Patient describe no pain to mild pain like a pinch followed by a feeling of warmth in the treated areas.
We apply anesthetic cream before procedure and also cool your skin before and during the treatment to help numb the area being treated.
It takes longer to remove a tattoo than it took to have the tattoo applied. It takes from 6 to 12 sessions 4-6 weeks apart.It depends on the number of colours used in your tattoo, the size of the design the type of ink used and the age of tattoo. Larger tattoos may take more sessions to achieve removal. Smaller tattoos [especially Black tattoos] are easier to remove than larger multi-coloured designs.
As with all laser treatment, you must avoid exposure to direct sunlight before treatment, during treatment and for some weeks following treatment.
After several treatments, you will notice a temporary whitening of the area that has been treated. Over time, the tattoo fades and the skin returns to your normal colour.
Side effects though rare can be scarring ,pigmentation change,bacterial or viral infection.
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