Various methods have been used to tattoo removal in Faridabad/Delhi. Tattoos are mostly considered permanent, but now with the advancement in medical technology, it is possible to remove them. The gold standard method for tattoo removal is the non-invasive Q-switched laser treatment. Before the introduction of laser tattoo removal, common modalities to  remove unwanted tattoos included dermabrasion, chemical cauterisation using TCA, cryosurgery and excision which is sometimes still used along with skin grafts for larger tattoos.

What is Tattoo Removal

Tattoo removal is considered to be the best method to remove unwanted tattoos because it’s the safest and most effective technique available today. Professionals use a specialized laser to target the colored ink in your skin, and the heat from the laser breaks the pigment particles apart into smaller pieces. Your body then removes those ink particles over time using natural processes. With laser tattoo removal, you’ll have few if any side effects like blistering, swelling, itching or discomfort. Laser tattoo removal requires fewer and faster treatments and has the greatest success in removing most tattoo colors.

How is the procedure done?

The tattooed area is first anaesthetised by applying a numbing cream for 30-40 minutes. The area is then cleaned with an anti-septic solution. Laser parameters are set on the machine. Laser beam is targeted on the tattoo and shots are given in a regular pattern to cover the entire tattoo. Immediately post treatment, there will be some swelling and pain, which is relieved by ice compression for few minutes.

Is the procedure painful?

Laser tattoo removal is somewhat painful. It feels like a rubber band snapping the skin repeatedly. However, to reduce the discomfort, a topical skin numbing medications is always applied 30 minutes prior to the procedure. Following this, the procedure is tolerated very well.

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