If you regret getting a tattoo, whether it was from your earlier days or more from a recent acquisition, it no longer needs to be permanent. Dr. Paul’s Clinic is one of the elite Laser Tattoo Removal Clinics using industries most advanced and safest laser technology.
Our Laser Tattoo Removal Specialist treats hundred of tattoos removal per month using FDA approved laser technology which can reduce any coloured tattoo on any skin type. Our laser treatment will break and emulsify the tattoo ink which your body’s immune system will then naturally and safely aspirate from the body.
The tattoo is done by a needle piercing on the skin by inserting ink into your skin second layer, the dermis, located just below the epidermis. The whole process of tattoo is effectively damaging to your skin and the body responds with its blood cells attempting to absorb external elements and dispose of it from your bloodstream. If the ink is deeply distributed into the skin, then the ink can become blurred. The tattoo fading can also occur when a person’s body contour changes or it can become possibly distorted.
In our experience, black ink absorbs all the laser light and it fades more than any other colour. Some coloured inks, in particular tattoos in green ink, are highly resistant to laser treatment. If you have Indian amateur ink tattoo, it probably will respond well to treatment, whereas any multi-coloured tattoos are less likely to disappear altogether.
We would always recommend you to first book an initial consultation with us as we will be able to examine your tattoo in details and give you a realistic and honest assessment of how it will respond to the treatment.
Why Laser Treatment
Laser skin resurfacing can be a very effective treatment for maintaining natural and youthful skin and remedy for high colouring, brown spots, fine lines, discoloration, as well as for spider veins as well. There are different lasers available where some are designed specifically to work much in deeper than others.
Laser Technology over the years has advanced significantly making them efficient, safer and more effective in nature. Also in recent years, laser developments have now allowed us to treat darker skin successfully which simply older technologies simply couldn't do.
A handpiece is placed against your skin surface and the laser light is activated. Many clients describe it as laser shot feels as if a grease splatter or rubber band snapping against the skin.
Smaller tattoos require fewer pulses while larger ones requires more. In any of the cases, the tattoo does requires numerous treatments and multiple visits. At each treatment, tattoo progressively becomes lighter.