Laser tattoo removal is a good way. If you want to remove tattoos, you can try laser. How many times does laser tattoo removal need to be effective? What are the preoperative preparations for laser tattoo removal?
How many times does laser tattoo need to be done
In addition, laser tattoo is to instantly break and destroy pigment particles with high energy, which only plays a role in pigment tissue and does no damage to skin texture, which is also more helpful for skin whitening and repair. Laser tattoo removal technology has developed rapidly and matured. When laser energy is released, it can evenly control the depth, width and intensity of the skin. Generally, shallow tattoos will have obvious effects or even disappear completely if they need to be treated once, but most tattoos need to be treated many times.
Preparation before laser tattoo removal
- Before laser tattoo removal, you should first truthfully inform yourself of your allergy history and whether there is local allergy during tattoo.
- Before operation, fully communicate with the surgeon, know well about various conditions that may occur in the operation in advance, understand in detail, and then make a decision.
- Doctors should be consulted about the treatment process of laser tattoo removal before operation, so that they can formulate appropriate treatment plans according to their own tattoo conditions. However, it should be noted that not all tattoos can be completely removed. For some special tattoos, we should actively ask the doctor whether we can carry out small-scale experimental treatment first before operation.
- Before laser tattoo treatment, the hair of the tattoo part should be shaved, and the treatment part should be cleaned with normal saline cotton ball.
As long as beauty lovers choose a regular hospital and are operated by experienced doctors, they can see a doctor at ease. Laser tattoo removal operation is relatively simple, generally takes dozens of minutes, and does not affect normal work and life. Local nursing should be done well after operation in order to quickly recover to the natural state.