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Tattoo Removal

Tattoo Removal
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Do you have a tattoo that does not represent your attitude or affiliation? Or is a tattoo not acceptable in your work place? Whatever your reason, if you have decided to have your tattoo removed, we at Divine Proportions can help you. With our IPL, US FDA Approved, Q Switched Nd YAG systems we can assure the most effective tattoo removal.

 

  • After the tattoo is cleaned, powerful beams of light focused on the tattoo. This light is absorbed by the tattoo’s ink particles causing them to fragment. These fragmented ink particles are easily absorbed by the body. Then an ointment is applied to keep the area moist and a protective dressing is applied.
  • Immediately after the surgery you are likely to have red and puffy skin; however this subsides within a few hours.
  • Your tattoo will fade away in a few weeks.
  • Avoid the sun 4-6 weeks before and after treatment.

You are a suitable candidate for tattoo removal if you have a tattoo.

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Frequently Asked questions

How is tattoo removal done?

Tattoo removal using lasers involves pulsing laser beams on the skin. The lasers fragment the ink particles which are then absorbed by the skin.

How long do I have to be in the hospital?

You can return home immediately after the procedure.

Does the procedure hurt?

You will feel a small sting like sensations similar to rubber band snaps when laser pulses are exerted on the skin.

What results can I expect?

Results vary depending on the color, type of ink, size of the tattoo and the age of the patient.

Will I have scars?

You might notice darker skin following treatment, but it will generally return to normal within a few days.

What are the expected risks?

You may experience redness, mild swelling, crusting or itching after the treatment.

How much does a tattoo removal cost?

You doctor will be able to give you an estimate after examining the size of the tattoo and the inks used.

How many treatments are required?

Amateur tattoos require 4-6 treatments and professional tattoos up to 10 treatments.