Best Treatment of Laser Tattoo Removal

by Gaurav Sisodiya gaurav seo smo ppc

The most well known and extremely recommended tattoo design removal process is Laser Tattoo design removal. But, how do lasers remove tattoo designs from your skin, exactly? Tattoo design removal lasers work by injecting the skin with an intense band of light, focusing on a specific color band that efficiently breaks up the pigment in the skin into tiny particles that may be processed and removed by the immunity system. Which is the reason your tattoo designs will show the most fading over the weeks following a tattoo design removal session. The reason this is needed can be found by looking deeper. 

Most tattoo design ink are comprised of heavy metals along with other particles that stick under the skin. These metals are what provide pigmentation for the tattoo design, but they also causes a deeper reaction from the body. When this ink is deposited under your skin your immunity system goes into action, viewing these ink particles as foreign objects and sends white blood cells to the rescue. These blood cells then engulf and take whatever tiny particles they can find to the liver, for processing. Most tattoo design ink particles are much larger than the blood cells, which prevents them from removing the ink entirely and allows the pigmentation to remain under the skin. 

Nevertheless, its this very feature that makes Laser Treatment necessary for tattoo design removal. Therefore, how do lasers remove tattoo designs? Tattoo design removal lasers, like the Picosecond and Cutera lasers utilized in our Portland tattoo design removal shop, work to break up these larger particles into smaller ones that may be efficiently processed by the immunity system and cleared away. The frequency of light that the laser emits is very important. These lasers are very hot, and operate at speeds of a billionth of a second, which is essential for the process of breaking up the pigment particles, called photothermolysis. This process works by overheating the large pigment particles, causing them to expand due to thermal expansion, while operating fast enough to leave the other 50% of the ink particle cold.  

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