Tattoo Removal In Norwich
Laser Tattoo Removal is a safe an effective treatment to permanently remove unwanted tattoos on just about any part of the body. We use the Harmony XL Pro laser to sucessfully break down the ink’s pigment.
What is laser tattoo removal?
With an estimated 45% of today’s adults getting their first tattoo between the ages of 18 and 25, it’s no surprise some regrets are experienced later down the line. The demand for tattoo removal has significantly increased in recent years, with many either wanting mistakes corrected or entire tattoos removed altogether. Here at The Doctors Laser Clinic, we use the cutting-edge Harmony XL Pro Medical Grade Laser to ensure maximum effect. Capable of removing even the most stubborn of ink, the laser technology we use has the power to safely eliminate the appearance of tattoo ink within the skin, resulting in a uniform, clear appearance once more.
Once administered to the tattoo area, the Harmony XL Pro laser successfully breaks down the ink’s pigment into tiny fragments. Over time, these fragments are disposed of by the body’s immune system, resulting in lighter skin and a significantly reduced tattoo appearance. Due to the varying wavelengths of light the Harmony XL Pro is able to produce, tattoos of multiple colours are able to be removed in addition to typical black ink.
Advanced Laser Technology
Successful multi-color tattoo removal requires a high powered laser that can deliver enough energy within the absorption spectrum of a wide range of colours. The Harmony XL Pro does just that.
We employ only the best laser specialists to treat patients at the clinic. As well as this, we use only the best equipment on the market.
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All treatments start with an initial consultation with one of our team. During your consultation we learn about your areas of concern and treatment goals.
Frequently Asked Questions
During your consultation with us, we’ll answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Whilst tattoo removal is considered less painful than actually getting a tattoo, we’d be lying if we said it was entirely painless. But, to reduce feelings of discomfort as much as possible, we’ll apply a numbing cream before treatment begins if necessary. The practitioner will pass the laser over the tattoo’s surface – treatment length will considerably vary dependent on tattoo size. During treatment, you’re likely to feel a pricking sensation.
When it comes to tattoo removal, what you do after treatment is of paramount importance. You must not expose the treatment area to the sun and, if you know you’re likely to be under the influence of UV rays, ensure to apply a high-factor SPF at all times. Skin may feel sensitive directly after the procedure, with redness and scabbing likely to occur. A number of treatment sessions are likely to be needed to eliminate the tattoo completely from your skin. Generally, 6-10 treatments are often enough, but this will highly depend on both the size and ink composition of the tattoo itself.