Prosper Laser Tattoo Removal uses the latest in laser technology to bring you the best possible results in the fewest amount of treatments. Other methods like salabrasion, dermabrasion, excision, and especially acid injections are harmful and painful methods of removing unwanted tattoos that almost always result in scarring. And don’t even get us started on ineffective tattoo removal creams! Only laser tattoo removal can safely and effectively remove unwanted ink from the skin and deliver flawless results.
Why Tattoos are Permanent?
When you get a tattoo, a needle injects ink pigment into your skin’s dermis layer. Your immune system is immediately alerted by the puncture wound and sends blood cells to repair the skin and remove the foreign ink particles.
Due to the large size and deep placement of the ink particles, the blood cells are only able to scrape away small pieces at a time. Gradually, the ink particles become deeply embedded in your skin’s dermis layer, which explains why tattoos are considered permanent. However, that doesn’t stop the blood cells from trying to remove the ink. In fact, your immune system continuously eats away at the foreign ink which is why tattoos fade and lose color over many years.
How Lasers Remove Ink
Laser tattoo removal helps speed up the natural fading progression of tattoos by breaking down trapped ink particles into smaller pieces so they can be digested by your immune system. Each treatment with the laser helps break up the ink particles into tinier fragments, thus allowing more ink to be naturally disposed of with each session. Over the weeks following each treatment, you will witness your tattoo fade until no ink is visible in your skin.
Every patient, no matter how small or big their tattoo is, will need multiple treatments. The number of treatments needed depends on a variety of factors that our expert laser technicians will help determine. Prosper Laser Tattoo Removal uses advanced technology to shatter more ink within each treatment – reducing the number of overall treatments needed!
To schedule your free consultation and receive a free tattoo assessment, call our office today.