The Picosecond laser only targets pigment, in this case tattooed areas, so the surrounding skin is not damaged during the treatment. In addition, much less heat is generated than with conventional lasers, since the Picosecond laser mostly works with a photoacoustic effect and not with a thermal effect. This guarantees a safe treatment with fewer side effects.

Course of treatment of tattoo removal with laser
This groundbreaking picosecond technology shatters the tattoo into tiny particles in a trillionth of a second, which can then be eliminated by the body’s natural processes.
Treatment time depends on the size of the tattoo, but an average treatment lasts 10 minutes. For tattoo removal, expect 4-5 treatments at intervals of 6-8 weeks.

What can you expect and what precautions should be taken throughout the treatment?
A cold compress may be applied immediately after treatment to soothe the treated area. In some cases, an antibiotic ointment may be prescribed. In the first few days, care must be taken to ensure that there is no friction on the treated area and no peelings may be used.

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