Tattoo Removal Advice
We often have people ask why it takes several sessions for tattoo removal to work. Recently a person said that another tattoo removal practice said they could get the tattoo off in less than 3 treatments.
It is important to understand that laser tattoo removal has its risks and dangers. In the wrong hands, the laser can cause severe scarring and damage to the skin. If a practice guarantees they can remove a tattoo in a certain number of sessions, you should be wary! It is almost impossible to know exactly how many tattoo removal sessions it will take to completely remove a tattoo. That depends on your skin type, the location of the tattoo, the colors of tattoo, and the amount of ink in the tattoo.
Based upon experience, we can say that an amateur tattoo can take anywhere between 1-3 sessions, although some amateur tattoos can take more. For most professional tattoos, it takes anywhere between 6-10 treatments, but sometimes up to 15.
When you go in for a consultation, it is important to understand that no one can guarantee anything regarding the outcome of tattoo removal. If a place says they can get rid of a tattoo in 3 sessions guaranteed, know that you will be at increased risk of scarring, bleeding and damage to the skin. You want to your tattoo to be removed and your skin to look normal. You don't want to replace your tattoo with a big scar!
Pristine Laser Center in Orlando is the most advanced laser tattoo removal clinic offering the latest, most advanced laser technology with years of experience in laser tattoo removal.
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Disclaimer: The material presented here is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute medical advice or recommendation. Please check with your physician.