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Tattoo removal


The functioning of the YAG laser:


The Ecuri Yag laser is a Q-switched Nidium (ND) Yag Laser which can remove artificially inserted pigment (tattoo) and natural melanin. All of these pigments can be shot into very small pieces (fragmented) by the laser light. Ecuri Yag Laser is equipped with three lenses for the treatment of carbon black pigment / carbon and dark brown - blue - red and orange colors.
A large part of the pigment is directly disposed during the treatment. Part of disposal takes place during crust formation and wound healing. One part is taken up by the lymph system and leaves the body.
The amount of treatment varies a lot. These large variations are depending on an amateur or professional tattoo, the dye used, the amount of dye injected, and the constitution of the personal skin.

The tattoo removal treatment:

Calculate the laser treatment area of a tattoo.



Exsample:

Step 1
5 x 4,5 cm= 22,5 cm² (square area)

Step 2
Approximately 90% deduction for the part where no ink is present.  22,5 cm² - 90% = 2,25 cm²

Result
This tattoo lasertreatment will cost € 56.00 per treatment all-in

Permanente makeup removal:


Virtually all-Yag lasers are not suitable for treatment of iron oxide pigment (the most permanent make-up colors contain large quantities of iron oxides). A normal Yag laser colors permanent makeup pigment black and leads to intractable dark pigmentations. However Ecuri Yag Laser contains a patented technique which also can remove permanent makeup pigmentation successfully.


The results after a tattoo removal laser treatment
After the treatment, the tattoo is slightly swollen and the skin around it is mildly red. Laser Frost also known as laser snow may still be present on the skin. Depending on the skin color and amount of ink still present a tattoo can vary in how long the meltdown of the laser frost takes place. Usually this disappears within hours. The skin may feel warm for a few hours and the first days the tattoo and the skin are more sensitive around it. This can be observed particularly during sleep and exercise. We advise you to take this into account in making an appointment. The result of the first treatment, you can assess the best after 4 to 8 weeks (depending on the skin type, ink type, etc.).
 

Prices per tattoo removal laser treatment:

1 to 5 cm² 56,00  
5 to 10 cm² 66,00  
10 to 15 cm² 77,00  
15 to 20 cm² 87,00  
20 to 25 cm² 97,00  
25 to 30 cm² 107,00  
30 to 35 cm² 117,00  
35 to 40 cm² 127,00  
40 to 50 cm² 137,00  
50 to 60 cm² 147,00  
Larger and/or multiple tattoos price on request

All prices are all inclusive.

FAQ about the tattoo removal laser treatment:

For which skin type is a tattoo laser treatment suitable?
IBasically for the white, colored skin and negroid skin. Except people who are not healthy, use medication or are under medical treatment whom should be consulted in advance. Furthermore, laser treatment is not performed during pregnancy and people should not be sensitive to laser light or other related treatments.
Are there different treatments for removing tattoos?
Currently there are on the market two lasers for removing tattoos: the Ruby laser and YAG laser. In addition, there is a possibility with dermabrasion by the dermatologist and there is a treatment in which one injects the ink with a needle with a liquid. An important point is the speed of the laser, the pulse length actually, which is expressed in nanoseconds (millions of seconds). A laser is used to cut thick steel plates, through which energy should not take long on your skin to prevent heat as a tattoo does not need to be burned.
What is the difference between a YAG laser and a Ruby (ruby) laser?
The YAG laser operates at 532 nm and 1064 nm making it suitable for both black and a variety of colors. The Ruby laser operates at 694 nm which will especially effect green and light blue ink. With the Ruby laser the skin still suffers from hypopigmentation (white spots that does not tan in the sun). The Ruby laser works with a box on wheels with a telescopic arm in which mirrors ensure the transfer of the barrel vault. This is now an outdated system because the transfer of the light beam with mirrors provide energy loss in which the alignment may differ and the laser can not work efficiently.
How many treatments do you need on average?
This is prior to the treatment and are difficult to predict. The number of treatments depends on, inter alia,
• The pigmentcolor (for bright green and turquoise colors Alexandrite laser-755 nm)
• The type and amount of dye that is used on the tattoo
• Whether the tattoo is applied by an amateur or a professional
• The time that the tattoo is already in the skin
• The condition of the skin itself (blood circulation, lymphatic system)
Guidelines are therefore difficult to give. Sometimes four treatments are enough for a cosmetically acceptable result, sometimes remaining pigment is present after many treatments that can be perceived by some as cosmetically disturbing. The frequency of treatments depends on the speed with which the ink disappears. During the treatment period, during warm periods with sun, sea and sand a tattoo removes sometimes faster, because in warm periods, the skin often has a better blood circulation and thus helps them to evacuate.
The biggest risk is that one is treated by an inefficient unit and ditto practitioner where the risks are substantial and a lack of results. It is important for the customer always good to inquire for references from suppliers both the device and the training of the practitioner.
Furthermore, blistering, inflammation and temporary loss of normal pigment are (temporary) risks that could arise. Laser treatment of unwanted tattoos have been made since the 80s and in the scientific literature no harmful side effects caused by the release of these substances have been identified during this period.
When can you one not be treated for tattoo removal?
When one is not healthy, is on medication, pregnant or under a doctor's treatment. At the time of activity of the herpes simplex virus (cold sores) one can not be treated. One should also not be sensitive to light or other laser-related treatments.
What you can and can not do after a treatment?
The first few days after treatment one should not be swimming and sauna because of related risk of infection. Besides, one must keep skin dry in the shower for 3 days using foil and treat the skin with a daily vitamin hedgehog for 3 days in order to promote recovery. After crust formation and recovery of the skin itching of the skin may occur.
What are the most common misconceptions about laser treatment of tattoos?
The most common misconceptions are that a laser can do magic whereby the tattoo vanishes or that one is finished after 1 treatment. Also often is thought that scars are left behind or that the skin is always lighter in the place where the tattoo has been.

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