LASER TATTOO REMOVAL

Tattoo removal room

What Is Laser Tattoo Removal? Laser therapy – also called laser surgery and laser rejuvenation – has become the preferred treatment for tattoo removal since it offers a low-risk option with minimal side effects. A physician removes the tattoo by using high-intensity laser beams to break up the pigment colors of the tattoo. Laser actually stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The type of laser used generally depends upon the pigment colors. Different lasers or different settings of the same laser are needed for different colors.

Why The Lucid Q PTP Laser Tattoo Removal Machine?

The Lucid Q PTP is the worlds most luxurious, affordable, and effective FDA approved Q Switched laser tattoo removal machine available with 4 wavelengths: 1064 Nd:yag, 532 KTP, 585 Dye, and 650 dye. Luxury meets affordability.

What Colors Does the Lucid Q PTP Laser Tattoo Removal Machine Remove?

The Lucid Q PTP laser tattoo removal machine doesn’t just remove tattoos, it offers many other treatment options. But you may be wondering what colors tattoos does the Lucid Q PTP remove?

1064 wavelength removes: Greens, Blues, Blacks

532 wavelength removes: Browns, Reds, Oranges, Yellows, and Violets.

650 wavelength removes: Greens

585 wavelength removes: Sky blue

The Lucid Q PTP laser tattoo removal machine can remove a wide range of colors necessary to effectively offer permanent tattoo removal to our clientele at an affordable price.

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Laser Tattoo Removal Aftercare

What To Expect:

The laser tattoo removal treatment creates a superficial skin wound. Some patients may experience bruising or swelling. There is immediate whitening of the treated area, which usually lasts for several minutes. Many clients then develop blisters, crusts, or scabs within 8 to 72 hours, which may last for 1 to 2 weeks or more. The treated areas may be pink or pale after the scab separates. Scarring, which can be hypertrophic or even keloid, can occur but is exceptionally rare. Reduced or excess skin pigment in the treated area can occur, and is temporary except in very rare cases. Healing is usually complete within 4 -6 weeks, although this may vary.

Aftercare to Follow:

  • For the next 24 hours:A cold compress and elevation are recommended to help reduce discomfort and inflammation.
  • Avoid for the next 24 hours:  Physical activity, hot showers and saunas.
  • Apply for the next 3 days: Aquaphor, Elta MD Post Balm, Neosporin, Polysporin or A&D Ointment with bandage.  Any of these ointments will work. Change the dressing daily.
  • Avoid for the next 1-2 weeks: Direct sun exposure, hot tubs, pool water and salt water until tattoo is healed.
  • Keep the treated area clean and dry while it is healing. Clean the area with antibacterial soap if needed and then pat the area dry. AVOID HIGH-PRESSURE WATER HITTING THE TREATED AREA.
  • Some scabbing, blistering, light bleeding and itching may occur. Immediately after treatment, there may be erythema (redness) and edema (swelling) at the treatment site. This usually lasts 2 hours or longer. The erythema may last up to 10 days.
  • Do not pop blisters. If you do blister, continue to apply one of the recommended ointments until the blister has popped naturally.
  • Do not pick at the scab or allow the skin to become scraped, as this may result in infection and scarring. Shaving should be avoided in the treated area until it is completely healed
  • You may notice that blistering may occur in some treatments and not others. If blistering does not occur, it does not mean that your most recent treatment was less aggressive or your treatment is not working. Sometimes your body will react, while other times it will not. Regardless, the treatment is working.
  • You may take only Tylenol to help with discomfort. Please avoid aspirins, ibuprofens and naproxens because they may increase the risk of bruising and/or bleeding.
  • Shaving should be avoided in the treated area until it is completely healed (5-10 days).
  • Please apply sunscreen everyday to the treated area after the tattoo has completely healed (5-10 days), even if clothing covers the treated area. Sun will travel through your shirt or pants. The use of sunscreen everyday on the area will also help the ink absorb and help with itching.
  • No active tan, self-tanner, bronzers or spray tan 4-6 weeks before and after treatment.
  • Massage the treated area 5-10 minutes daily after treated area has healed (5-10 days). Daily massage will help ink absorb.
  • Remember, not all tattoos will clear 100%. Your tattoo may just fade.
  • Please call your primary care physician if an infection occurs.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact our office.
  • Remember: Drink lots of water