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Maintaining Safety With Laser Tattoo Removal


by: Elisa Cruz

Just as there are many different kinds of people, there are also many different kinds of body art experiences. Some people go into the body art experience with a clear plan of the design that they want to get, as well as where to get it. Then, however, there are those who choose to get body art without having a definitive plan.

This latter group is actually quite likely to end up getting laser tattoo removal. Most people have encountered someone who is not happy with their tattoo. While some people choose to have another tattoo placed over the original one, others would prefer not to have a tattoo in that area at all anymore.

In order for a prospective patient to understand what the laser tattoo removal process entails, it is important to understand the anatomy of a tattoo. When a tattoo is applied to the skin, the tattoo needle injects the ink into the upper epidermal layers, where it bonds with the skin.

Laser tattoo removal involves using the heat of the laser light to break up the molecules with the ink in them and then eradicate those molecules. Plus, the laser light itself is meant to stimulate the flow of blood in the affected area, thus allowing new skin tissue to grow. It is important to note that laser tattoo removal needs to be done gradually in order to prevent scarring. The amount of sessions that a person needs to have will depend on the size and type of the tattoo.

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