Remove tattoos with Q Switch laser machine
When we are tattooed, we think it is forever. When it happens to us, we hate the painting for aesthetic or professional reasons and hope to get rid of it quickly. Tattoo removal is a highly sought after and very effective intervention due to the use of lasers.
For social, aesthetic or personal reasons, one day you may want to remove a tattoo. This “tear-removal” approach is now integrated into the skin care library provided by dermatology (cosmetic surgery).
Tattoo removal: technology
Laser is the most common method of exfoliating tattoos. It works by aiming the ink with a high-concentration light pulse to divide the ink into small, tiny parts. These residues will be removed from the body by the immune system.
Fractional CO2 Laser machine can now handle several types of tattoos and erase them. These are black or blue colored tattoos. However, several factors depend on the effectiveness of the intervention: the age of the patient, the quality and color of the skin, the area and depth of the ink drawing.
Tattoo removal: intervention procedure
Removing a tattoo requires several sessions and patient visits. Logically, a few years of tattoos cannot be deleted in a meeting. The pico laser used for tattoo removal is directed to the tattoo area to destroy the pigment that is introduced into the skin during the tattoo. The effect of the laser on the pigment depends on the depth of the tattoo. Anesthesia cream should be applied 2 hours before surgery. After the operation, the treatment site should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. It will also use a therapeutic cream and avoid sun exposure for a few weeks.
After several laser sessions, the results are usually satisfactory, with each laser session being separated by about two months.
Tattoo removal: complications and side effects
Redness associated with thermal sensation can be noted after the intervention and may disappear after a few days.
Erythema: These lesions are more or less intense in the form of redness and disappear after a few days, depending on the treatment area.
The appearance of small crusts: One week after surgery, patients can observe the formation of scars. Nothing is serious, because they will naturally fall in a few days, but we still have to moisturize the area 2 to 3 times a day and avoid scratching them.
Blister/ampoules: mainly occurs when the patient’s skin has sunburn residue. Be careful not to pierce them to prevent scarring.
Tattoo lasers are contraindicated when the skin is tanning and antibiotics are taken during pregnancy or breastfeeding.