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LASER TATTOO REMOVAL
NANOSECOND Q-SWITCH LASER TATTOO REMOVAL
Why is laser tattoo removal ahead other method of removing tattoo?
As years progress, numerous methods of tattoo removal, such as dermabrasion, salabrasion, surgical excision, and freeze-burning the tattooed skin with liquid nitrogen have been explored. The approach of lasers brought new options for tattoo removal. The underlying argon and CO2 lasers have been supplanted by the Q-switched (QS) lasers, which have, as of late, turn into the mainstay for tattoo removal because of their capacity to effectively expel tattoo pigments with negligible side effects.
Why is Q-switched laser tattoo removal the most sought after?
Q-switched Laser tattoo removal has been demonstrated as a viable and patient friendly methodology with essentially no side effects. Most tattoo procedures take just a few minutes; however, several treatments are commonly necessary to totally remove a tattoo.
What is laser treatment based upon?
The treatment is based on a process of pigment disintegration caused by strong acoustic waves created amid the connection between extremely short Nanosecond Q-switched laser pulses (of a few nanoseconds duration) and the tattoo pigment particles which makes it easy for colored tattoo particles to be easily removed by the body’s own immune system.
How long should the interval between sessions be?
Three-week long intervals between sessions are required to enable the pigment residue to be cleared by the body. The underlying pigment separation is just a single stage in its successful removal. Several mechanisms are assumed possible. The smaller fragments might be phagocytosed and subsequently dispensed with by the lymphatic system.