Many people get tattoos with good intentions, although they often become unwanted body art later on in life and the desire to get rid of them sets in. Fortunately, laser tattoo removal has become more advanced and effective and it is the best procedure for people who want to get rid of tattoos.

Consulting the surgeon

Before opting for laser tattoo removal, consult a renowned surgeon to determine the type, colour and age of your tattoo. The surgeon will also assess your skin tone, pigments in your tattoo and other factors which could potentially affect the procedure. The number of sessions that is needed can also be determined by carrying out these tests.

Preparing for the procedure

Preparing for laser tattoo removal is usually a hassle free task. The surgeon applies a numbing lotion to ease pain. Local anaesthetics can also be administered to ease discomfort.

During the procedure

The surgeon uses laser beams and directs them on the tattoo. These laser beams pass harmlessly through the outer skin layer and break down the ink. This ink is then absorbed by the body over time and the tattoo disappears.

After the procedure

Once the procedure is complete, you will be advised to follow some precautionary measures in order to avoid problems and get the best results.

Follow up procedures

Depending on your skin type, colour of the tattoo and the size of the tattoo, you may require anywhere between 5-15 sessions for complete removal.

Enjoy tattoo free skin with laser treatment.