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Tattoo Removal Bryan Texas
Tattoos have become increasingly more common, and so has the decision to remove them! Many people feel the tattoo that they got in the past no longer fits their image. Fortunately, today’s advanced lasers are able to safely remove it with very little risk of scarring.
The lasers work by using specific wavelengths of light that are absorbed by the tattoo ink. The tattoo ink is then vaporized. The patient’s own body then cleans up the remaining fragments of the ink. The skin is left intact. Because your body is responsible for cleaning up the debris from the laser treatments. Each treatment has to be space several weeks apart. Most tattoos require multiple treatment sessions. The number of treatments required depends on the size, color, age and location.
Professional tattoos tend to be darker and deeper than amateur works. Consequently, professional tattoos tend to require more treatments.