Say Goodbye to Your Ink with Laser Tattoo Removal

When most people get a tattoo, they like the idea that it is viewed as something permanent. They get the tattoo to represent someone or something that they would always like to be associated with. Perhaps they will have the name of their spouse engraved in their skin. Or they may get a tattoo that represents an organization they belong to. No matter what, they want that tattoo to stay with them forever. However, it doesn’t always stay that way. Some regret their tattoos almost immediately, while others want to get rid of them a few years down the road. No matter your situation, you can say goodbye to your ink with laser tattoo removal.

It has been estimated at that around 50 percent of people who get tattoos come to regret their decision at some point. They may have immediate regret because they worked with an inexperienced tattoo artist. Or maybe the tattoo did not turn out as they thought it would, or perhaps the word was misspelled, or some other error occurred. Or it may be that they have tattoo regret later on in life. Perhaps they break up with that person who they thought they would be with forever. Or that organization that they once belonged to is now something that they do not want to be associated with. The idea of a permanent tattoo is no longer appealing.

Years ago, if you got a tattoo, you were basically stuck with it. Nowadays, things are different. Laser tattoo removal offers you the chance to get rid of your ink with minimal discomfort. The FDA-approved Q-Switched Ruby Laser (QSRL) and Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser offer a unique tattoo removal experience by effectively removing all types of color inks found in tattoos. This means that no matter what kind of tattoo you have, we can still help you remove it.

It is good for someone who is thinking about laser tattoo removal to be familiar with how the procedure works. Simply put, laser energy is used to break up fragments of ink. When the ink is broken up, it will be removed naturally by your body. This means that depending on the location of your tattoo, some will go away faster than others. For example, if your tattoo is located close to your heart, it is likely that it will go away quicker than a tattoo on the ankle. However, all tattoos, regardless of their location, will still be able to be removed with time.

The number of laser tattoo removal sessions needed varies greatly from person to person depending on factors such as layers of ink, ink colors, skin type, and tattoo location. During your consultation, we will evaluate your tattoo and help you learn what the process entails, what you can expect, and how many treatment sessions you will need.

With the state-of-the-art technology used at Neosculpt Laser Vein and Cosmetic Surgery Center, laser tattoo removal can help you finally say goodbye to your ink. Schedule a consultation with our office in Abilene to learn more about how laser tattoo removal can help you.

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