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at tattoos by spider
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How Q-switched Nd: YAG Lasers work
Q-switched means ‘quality-switched’ and refers to the fact that this laser targets short pulses of light energy at a tattoo which cracks open the pigments.
The Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser delivers light of specific wavelengths in ultra-short (nanosecond), and very high peak energy pulses.
This treatment is repeated until removal, or satisfactory fading is achieved.
Laser Tattoo Removal Frequently Asked Questions
Below we have listed some of the common questions people have regarding Tattoo Removal, if you have any other questions, please feel free to email us, and if your question and our answer will benefit others, we can add them to this page.
We have tried to keep it brief, we go into this in far more detail in the Client Area you have access to when you become an Eclipse customer. It's not top secret information, we just wanted to keep this page as a simple overview.
Q - Can all Tattoos Be Removed?
A. Laser tattoo removal is very effective and can remove most tattoos although some tattoos respond better than others. There can be no guarantees though, as there are too many factors to guarantee complete removal, for example:
Q. What Other Methods Are There For Tattoo Removal?
A. Prior to lasers becoming popular the following methods were used for the removal of tattoos, and some still are:
Q. Can anybody have their tattoo Removed?
A. No, certain medical conditions and medications will make exposure to the laser dangerous to the client.
Q. Are there any side effects?
A. The side effects are minimal but may include;
Q. Does it Hurt?
A. The client will feel some discomfort, how much depends on the individuals pain threshold.
Q. How Long Does Treatment Take?
A. Each treatment session should only take a few minutes (obviously depending on size of tattoo) and anything up to 12, or even more sessions may required.
Q. How Is The Area After Treatment?
A. Is is usual to experience some swelling and the area may be red, as if mildly sunburned, for several weeks. There may also be some bruising, and with deeper tattoos and a higher fluence, pinprick bleeding is not uncommon.
Q. Will Laser Treatment Leave a Scar?
A. Not normally, but there is a low risk of some residual scarring in a few cases. Some people are prone towards scaring, others are fine. Aftercare is very important and you must stress to the client to follow your aftercare advice and that they must not pick any blisters or scabs they might experience.
Q. How Do I Treat The Area After The Procedure?
A. Application of antibacterial ointment and bandaging are the usual after-care procedures. You can choose to recommend your own line of antibacterials, or to carry a third party line which you may be able to earn commissions on. Clients should apply the antibacterial ointment twice or three times a day, and try to keep the treated area elevated as much as possible, to avoid swelling