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Tattoo removal is prevalent. Since Delete—Tattoo Removal and Laser Salon launched in 2010, the number of Americans having their tattoos removed has increased dramatically. We don’t simply say that in terms of the company. According to a recent Syneron Candela survey published in the Cosmetic Surgery Times, over 82% of people who have had a tattoo removed are more inclined to get another one. Of those asked, 81% claimed they do this because they can get it removed if they don’t like it.

This only serves to demonstrate how temporary tattoos have become. The subject of laser tattoo removal is no longer taboo. Tattoo artists, enthusiasts, and patients are all seen by Delete simply trying to clear some space for a new work of art. Removing tattoos has grown so simple, painless, and comfortable that it resembles strolling into a tattoo parlour and adding another element of your personality to your body art.

We are aware of this change in tattoo removal thinking, and we adore how many of our patients have repeatedly been able to reinvent themselves. Patients and tattoo enthusiasts should be aware of some aspects of the tattoo removal procedure. A tattoo can be successfully removed by several methods (s). See below which elements may have an impact on your tattoo removal.

Tattoo Age: You might be surprised to learn that an older tattoo is more straightforward to get rid of because the ink tends to fade over time. It can take longer if the tattoo is more recent. After getting a new tattoo, there is usually a waiting period for your skin to recover, typically lasting 6 to 8 weeks. The interval between tattoo removal sessions is about the same.

The world is filled with tattoos that use various ink colours to represent multiple tattoo elements. Since our PicoWay Laser perceives blues and blacks similarly and your body may break them up similarly, they are usually easier to eliminate. The remaining colours of the rainbow can be more challenging to erase. Still, our Doctors can identify specific wavelengths that concentrate on various pigments and aid in dissolving the ink.

Depth of the Ink: Some artists use a firm hand when tattooing a customer. Ink may penetrate the skin more deeply than usual due to this. The same holds for novice artists; the only difference is that inexperienced artists might use less ink than more skilled ones. Ask your tattoo artist about the ink’s depth when you visit the shop so you can learn more about the science involved.

Skin Tone: Darker skin tones may be more challenging to treat because the skin absorbs more laser energy than ink particles. However, the advantage of employing our PicoWay laser is that our doctors treat each patient’s skin according to their skin tone because we are completely capable of treating darker skin tones.

Location of Tattoo: If your tattoo is on a body region with less vascular tissue, such as your hands or feet, it may take longer to fade. On the other hand, your tattoo will heal more quickly if it is situated on a portion of your body with more vascular tissue.

Scars from tattoos: Despite the claims of some tattoo artists to the contrary, we beg to differ. Not all tattoos result in spots, but some do, depending on how deeply the tattoo needle was inserted and how your body healed. Removing the ink from a scar covered by a tattoo can be challenging in the future if you decide that’s the tattoo you want to get rid of.

How can you find scars hidden beneath a tattoo? Move your ring and pointer fingers around the tattoo’s outline; if you feel a constant hump or lift in any region, it’s probably a scar. However, Delete has a technique to prevent scarring, so there’s no need to be concerned if you have a spot.

Cover-ups: Before the development of safe laser tattoo removal, many tattoo enthusiasts would merely visit their preferred shop and have a cover-up performed. The only drawback is that those cover-ups occasionally may have simply involved excessive ink layering, “blacking out” an older tattoo or even failing to use enough ink to cover the original tattoo completely. Before getting a cover-up, many of our tattoo partner shops advise lightening your existing tattoo. It will improve the appearance of your new garment and be safer for your skin.


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