How Laser Tattoo Removal Works
Tattoo removal is a procedure done to try to remove an unwanted tattoo. A tattoo laser must be capable of emitting adequate energy within the given absorption spectrum of the pigment to provide an effective treatment. During the consultation, your tattoo will be evaluated, all questions will be answered, and the medical risks and benefits of the laser tattoo removal procedure will be thoroughly explained to you. The cost of each session depends on the size of the tattoo, the number of passes, on the size, amateur vs. professional, color, location, health of the patient and medications he may be taking take.
After two treatments, the tattoo was almost completely gone! We have reduced the total time to remove a tattoo from the average 9-12 months to 1-3 months. Our Duality is highly effective in removing tattoo ink and is certain to leave your skin looking radiant and ink-free. In contrast, having a dark-colored tattoo on dark skin makes it difficult for the laser to differentiate between the ink particles and the skin cells.
However, thanks to advances in technology, laser tattoo removal can successfully reduce stubborn pigments, such as red and orange ink. The tattoo could be completely removed from the skin or partially removed. Tattoo Removal at Wright Surgical Arts is performed by using a Q-Switched Laser. The laser treatment of tattoos is based on the concept of selective photothermolysis, where laser light of different wavelengths is preferentially absorbed by different chromophores.