A. Tattoo removal is not recommended.
You may leave a tattoo with a permanent scar. In order to get the best outcome from tattoo removal treatment, it is suggested that you start the tattoo removal process as soon as possible so that all the residual tattoos are removed. Depending on the type of tattoo you are getting removed, and the severity of the tattoo, the removal process may take a great deal of time. The tattoo removal process can take up to 4 months in some cases!
The good news is that tattoo removal is so much easier when you get started. You can start with a low volume procedure that leaves minimal tattoo scars on your skin. Tattoo removal surgery with a specialty laser can be performed on any skin, including the skin of the chest, buttocks, groin, upper back and lower back.
Tattoo Removal Treatment Tips
Tattoo removal, in general, is a surgery performed by a dermatologist to remove tattoos. The tattoo removal procedure involves the removal and staining of the skin and surrounding tissue that are left behind after an application or application of tattoo ink (top, bottom). In addition, the removal of the tattoo removal procedure is a cosmetic procedure.
With tattoo removal, it is not necessary to do a total surgical removal unless there is a large amount of trauma, or a scar from the tattoo removal procedure.
Tattoo removal can be performed in one of 3 stages:
Step 1: Staining
The first step in tattoo removal is called the “staining.” The Staining Stage is usually performed at a local hospital, although some patients are admitted to a medical center for the purpose of staining.
The Staining Stage begins at the application of adhesive. This staining procedure consists of the application of various substances such as silicone wax, mineral oil, or alcohol. Usually, the alcohol is kept in the body for a long, long time, which prevents any possible allergic reaction from the tattoo removal dye to tattoo ink.
After the application of the adhesive, these substances are removed from the surface of the skin, causing the temporary stain.
Once the substance is removed from the wound, the adhesive is removed. The remainder of the staining process is usually left on the skin, which allows for the temporary appearance of tattoo stains. The main goal of this procedure is to leave a complete tattoo mark or tattoo stain.
When this procedure is performed properly, there are no residual tattoo marks left. During the