There are a number of tattoo removal methods that can be performed that do not require cutting into the skin. The first is laser tattoo removal. This is the most common of the three techniques we are going to look at. Basically, the laser sends pulses of light at a very high concentration. They use different wave-lengths based on the colours of the tattoo. You can opt for Art of Medicine Direct if you are looking for laser tattoo removal in Charlotte
Again, it can not be guaranteed that this will remove the tattoo 100%. It is a painful procedure, patients are normally given a local anaesthetic gel prior to undergoing the laser treatment. However, the amount of pain experienced is dependent upon the pain threshold of the patient. It should also be noted that laser tattoo removal usually requires multiple treatments and can cause scarring, blisters, or scabs.
Then, we come to dermabrasion and salabrasion. These are methods of tattoo removal that have been around for a long time. Today they are usually used only when laser removal is not an option. Tattoo removal Dermabrasion is when the skin is basically sanded after being sprayed with a numbing solution. Salabrasion is very similar, except here they apply a saltwater solution to the skin before they grind or abrade the skin.
There are also a number of "not as well known" techniques that are effective. There are do it yourself at home tattoo removal creams. The opinion on the effectiveness of tattoo removal cream varies. Most people are not even aware of the fact that the Tattoo Removal Institute does recommend a couple of different creams that they state are very effective.
There is also TCA or trichloroacetic acid. This is an acid that you apply to the skin. Originally this acid was used to force the skin to exfoliate. This technique does not get rid of the tattoo overnight, it will slowly fade the tattoo. It's not painful like laser or dermabrasion and has been used for years for numerous other skin imperfections from warts to stretch marks.