How Long Does Laser Tattoo Removal Take

How Long Does Take Laser Tattoo Removal

Life is a journey. We carry with us many little things until it’s time to let them go. Now about that old tattoo, did you think it had to last forever? Here in Orlando at Wymore Laser & Anti-Aging Med, we offer the best tattoo removal technology available today. Our cutting-edge tattoo removal process will have your ink fading in no time

How Long Will The Best Tattoo Removal Take?

Moving on from life’s little phases is a process that takes time. Removing tattoos is no different. Tattoo removal happens gradually, with results accumulating throughout several sessions. The amount of time it takes varies from person to person. Each session must be spaced six to eight weeks apart, so the skin has time to heal.

Keeping in mind the six-to-eight-week rest period required between sessions, complete erasure can take one to two years. While this may seem incredibly long at first, understand that results often occur much sooner. Many people see noticeable fading within as few as four sessions.

How It Works

Tattoos were forever, not so very long ago. Luckily, with just a little bit of patience, they can now be erased in as little as one year. Our licensed personnel use the latest non-surgical laser technology to remove your tattoo safer, easier, and with less discomfort than other options available today.

Our fully licensed and experienced clinical staff, supervised by board-certified physicians, use only the best tattoo removal technology that targets the colors of your specific tattoo ink. Pigments in the ink absorb the laser’s energy, protecting your skin’s delicate tissue and causing the ink particles to break up into tiny fragments. These fragments are then reabsorbed and then cleared through the immune system.

DESCRIBE PATCH

This silicone patch is infused with perfluorodecalin (PFD) which allows a laser

What To Expect

The one thing you can count on is that your journey will be unique to you, but these factors can give you a better idea of what you might expect: 

  • Tattoo age and depth
  • Tattoo location
  •  Immune health
  • Ink color
  • Tattoo size 

It may seem obvious that a tiny yellow heart might be easier to remove than very large black angel wings. While it’s true that smaller tattoos are easier to remove than larger ones, darker colors surprisingly recede quicker than pastels.

Similar to size, it probably makes sense that newer tattoos are easier to remove than older ones. But did you know that tattoos closer to your heart fade fastest? Finally, the health of your immune system also plays a role. You can help speed the process by strengthening your immune system:

  • Eat healthily and get enough sleep
  •  Don’t smoke
  •  Protect your skin from sunburn

Contact Us

Wherever you are in your journey, know that Orlando’s premier tattoo removal professionals are available to you at the click of a button. Our licensed clinical staff at Wymore Laser & Anti-Aging Med has years of experience using the best tattoo removal laser technology available. For over 15 years, we’ve been with clients through many steps in their journeys. We’d love to be there for yours too. Contact us today for your free consultation.

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