There are so many reasons why people decide that they want get at least one tattoo but, all too often, the reality is that “it seemed a good idea at the time”. Like most rushed decisions, having your tattoo can easily turn out to have been a mistake on your part. Maybe regret dawns virtually the next day (especially if you were somewhat intoxicated when you got the tattoo) or; maybe dislike for your tattoo grows over the years as your lifestyle and attitudes change? Your position in Austin society and the business establishment has reached a point where you feel that your tattoo may actually be holding you back. This is the time when your thoughts might gravitate towards Tattoo Removal In Austin Texas.
How Do They Do It?
In the past, tattoo removal was considered to be almost impossible, various methods were available but none really did the job well and most could have unfortunate after effects. It was not until sometime in the “eighties”, that safer and more efficient methods began to come into use. The key lay in adapting medical laser equipment to the removal of the permanent ink stains that form the base root of a tattoo inside the wearer’s skin tissue.
The Development Of Laser Removal Methods
The first laser methods were quite crude in harnessing the power of a laser beam to cut through most things – including human skin and tissue. These early attempts really did nothing more than destroy the cells around the area stained by the tattoo inks and were not that far removed from unacceptable methods that literally sanded away the tattooed skin or dissolved it with chemicals. Not many owners of a tattoo would wish to replace their tattoo with an ugly patch of scar tissue!
Fortunately, if you go to a clinic for Tattoo Removal In Austin Texas today, the laser equipment and the very nature of the laser beam generated are far more advanced than those from the last century. The current “state of the art” method uses something called “Q-switching laser technology” which, effectively, applies the laser energy to the ink stained areas in such a way as to break up the ink molecules without seriously damaging the surrounding human tissue. This truly provides a safe way to be rid of that old tattooed memento from your past.
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