Are Laser Tattoos Can Get Rid Of A Tattoo Until It’s Really Gone?
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Tattooing is one of the art of drawing the body using special ink and needles. Each tattoo has a unique pattern, so the techniques for removing it must also be adapted to each individual's case. Laser therapy is now more often used because it is safer, effective and has a small risk of causing scars, compared to excision, dermabrasion, or salabrasion.
But laser therapy also has side effects, such as:
Risk of infection Risk of leaving permanent scars Risk of causing hypopigmentation (the skin becomes brighter than the surrounding skin) or hyperpigmentation (where the skin is darker than the surroundings). If you plan to remove your tattoo with the laser method, you still need to visit a dermatologist who is experienced in using laser tattoos to find the right advice, because the case or pattern of the tattoo is different in how to handle it.
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