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Tattoos are much easier to put on than they are to take off. Nevertheless, it is possible to get a tattoo removed. However, tattoo removal is not instantaneous. Be ready to invest time in the process. You should also know that tattoo removal is not absolutely guaranteed. Some will only fade, some leave a ghost reflection of your old tattoo’ some can leave a permanent scar in place of your ink. Tattoos are meant to be permanent, so it’s a medical miracle that they can even be removed at all!

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laser removal

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Laser tattoo removal can cost between US$200–$500 per treatment session depending on where you choose to go. Be sure to do your research in advance by reading previous clients’ reviews and investigate the work of other costumers. You should consult your physician or dermatologist before you make any final decisions, and they may be able to refer you to a reputable and recommended removal specialist.

Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion is a type of surgical skin planing, typically performed in a professional medical setting by a dermatologist or plastic surgeon trained specifically in this procedure. Wikipedia

Dermabrasion is a surgical method of tattoo removal that involves the use of a medical grinding tool that is used to remove the outer layers of the skin in a controlled manner. The intent is to remove the layers of the skin that contain the ink particles, thereby removing the tattoo.

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Chemical peels

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peels is used to remove tattoos. TCA is a mild acid that and is applied to the skin to remove the outer layers of the skin, and with them, the tattoo ink. This type of procedure may be mildly painful but typically does not require the use of an anaesthetic.

Excision

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Tattoo excision is a one-time surgical process during which a plastic surgeon removes an unwanted tattoo using a scalpel. The procedure usually takes one to several hours, depending on the tattoo’s size and the surgeon’s repair method. Then, it typically takes several weeks for the surgery site to heal.

Cryosurgery

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Cryosurgery is known as the “freezing” method of tattoo removal where liquid nitrogen is applied to the tattooed area. After the nitrogen is applied, a specific light is used to induce peeling of the skin. This way of tattoo removal is done gradually, in a series of doctor visits.

 

 

 

 

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