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Tattoo Removal

I recently got my ex 's name permanently removed from my chest and now I finally feel like I am free! Just a few treatments were needed, but now I won' t be reminded of my past every time I look in the mirror.

Corey Lazloe
SharpLight Patient

Tattoos always seem like such a good idea when you decide to get them, but sometimes their allure decreases with time.

If you have a tattoo that you would like to be a part of your past, the tattoo removal treatment can provide you with a fast, effective and completely surgery-free solution.You are not alone, tattoo regret is incredibly common. As laser technology is improving, so is the demand for tattoo removal.

How does it work?

Tattoo removal treatment uses Q-Switched laser technology that targets the ink of the tattoo and applies localized pulses
of light aimed to decompose the tattoo’s pigment clusters. This laser light safely passes through the skin’s outer layer and is absorbed by
the ink. The light creates an acoustic effect, which breaks the ink down into smaller particles, making the tattoo fade and eventually disappear.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How many treatments are required?
A. Each tattoo is unique and requires a different number of treatments, depending on the depth of ink penetration, the size, age, and color of the tattoo itself. ln order to see optimal tattoo removal results, you need approximately 4-8 treatments in 8 week
intervals. This ensures that your body has time to absorb the tattoo’s pigment residue and dispose of it safely.

Q. Can all tattoos be removed effectively?

A. Certain pigments and inks are harder to remove than others. Lighter colors are more difficult to remove because they do not absorb the laser light as easily as darker tones. That being said, most tattoos are treatable, with the exception of white ink. During
the pre-treatment consultation, you will be advised regarding your specific tattoo.

Q. Are there any side effects to the treatment?
A. SharpLight’s laser technology is gentle and safe on the skin. Patients most commonly experience some redness, swelling, and minor blistering after a treatment. Detailed aftercare instructions are always discussed with the patient on how to properly care for their skin after treatment.