The reasons why people want to have their tattoos removed range from everything between breaking up with a girlfriend or boyfriend whose name they had tattooed on their arm to having a tattoo that was not applied well. No matter the reason for your tattoo regret, laser tattoo removal may be able to help you. The following information can help you when deciding if this treatment is right for you.
The first thing that most people want to know about the tattoo removal process is how long it is going to take. They want to know how long the actual treatment sessions will last and how many times they will need to return to our clinic in order to have the treatment done. The treatment sessions themselves typically do not last very long, but most clients require multiple sessions to get the best results. This varies greatly from person to person depending on factors such as ink depth and tattoo color.
While each individual is different, the one thing that you can know for sure is that treatment sessions are usually spaced about 4-6 weeks apart. When you come in for your consultation, we will be able to give you a better idea of how long it will take.
There are a couple of different things that will determine how quickly your tattoo will be removed. For one thing, is your tattoo layered? If the tattoo is a cover up, it may take longer to remove. Other factors are the colors of ink that were used, the area on your body where it is located, and the amount of ink that was used.
The Astanza Duality Laser system uses state-of-the-art technology to specifically target the ink particles without affecting the surrounding skin. The powerful laser works with your body’s immune system to first target and break up the pigment of the tattoo. Afterward, your body naturally flushes out the remains. With just a few treatments, you can enjoy as your tattoo disappears. Best of all, this is all done without damaging your skin.
Breeze Laser Center is pleased to provide tattoo removal with the Astanza Duality Laser system to clients in Orlando and the surrounding areas. If you regret your tattoo, you don’t have to live with it. Contact us today to find out if laser tattoo removal is right for you.