Introduction to Tattoo Removal
Tattoo removal can be carried out by many different procedures including creams, incisions, burning and laser. The colours used in the tattoo as well as its size affect the suitability of treatment.
What is tattoo removal?
Tattoo removal is the procedure by which unwanted tattoos are removed from the skin. There are many tattoo removal treatments including creams, incisions, burning and laser. Tattoo removal can be undertaken by one of Doctify’s top rated tattoo removal experts, in a leading hospital or private surgery in London. The most common form of tattoo removal is by laser as this is the least intrusive. For the best laser tattoo removal in London, you have come to the right place. Our experts will take you through how tattoo removal might work for your particular tattoo. They will also ensure a satisfactory outcome and will inform you of the desired results of tattoo removal both before and after the procedure. The best tattoo removal specialists will ensure that you are fully informed throughout the removal process./
How is a Tattoo removal performed?
Do you have a tattoo that is no longer appropriate or that you simply do not like anymore? If the answer is yes, you should make an appointment to see one of Doctify’s tattoo removal specialists in London today. As tattoo removal and the subsequent outcome can be very visible, it’s important that you book to see a top rated tattoo removal surgeon to give the best possible outcome. Some tattoo removal treatments are more invasive than others and so getting the best advice and expertise will ensure minimal discomfort and after effects. So, if you are looking for tattoo removal surgery by a leading expert, use Doctify today.
How to prepare for a Tattoo removal?
The laser can cause some stinging and so prior to the treatment, a local anaesthetic cream can be given to lessen the pain.
What happens after a Tattoo removal?
Your skin will be sensitive after the produce and may appear red but this should go quickly. You are advised to wear a high factor sun block cream to protect the skin whilst it recovers. In some cases, the affected skin could be can become lighter or darker than surrounding skin but this should return to normal after 6 months.