Tattoos have become a fashion trend in the world among the people of all age groups. With the increasing popularity of the tattoos, the need for tattoo removal is also increasing.
There may be several reasons for removing a tattoo and the most positive element of tattoo removal is that the people will not have to carry a burden of tattoo which is no more preferable for them. Today, there are a number of excellent methods are available for removing a tattoo permanently from the skin. But the removal method which your physician chooses depends on the size and the location of the tattoo. Sometimes it also depends on the length of the tattoo and the type of skin.
With the advanced technology of the tattoo removal, the removal procedure become much safer and easier than the traditional methods.
Here are some effective methods of tattoo removal –
Excision is the well-known technique of removing a tattoo. It is used especially when the size of a tattoo is small. It is specialized in removing the entire tattoo from the body.
This process removed the tattoo by injecting an anesthesia in the body and then the tattoo is completely removed through surgically. In the case of large tattoos, a skin graft is taken from another body part.
Dermabrasion process involves removing the ink of the tattoo along with the skin. This process is done by using a sand instrument which is used for sanding off the middle and the upper surface of the skin. This continue abrasion removes the tattoo and the upper skin from the body.
Laser tattoo removal treatment –
Laser tattoo removal technique is the most common removal method used in the world as it is more effective than any other treatment. It is done by using highly concentrated light which breaks the ink particles of the tattoo which are settled down under the skin. Later these broken particles are removed out from the skin by body’s immune system. New multi-wavelength laser technology is capable to remove all the tattoo colors.
Intensely pulsed light therapy –
This light therapy method is used to remove the tattoo by using the same method of laser treatment. Instead of highly concentrated, high-intensity light is used to break down the ink particles into tiny fragments.
In the past, tattoo removal process causes many side-effects and damages to the skin. The new excellent technologies make the tattoo removing process much safer by causing fewer scars and damages.