Tattoo Removal

Painless Tattoo removal is a procedure done to remove an unwanted tattoo permanently. Common techniques used for tattoo removal include laser tattoo removal treatment, surgical removal, and dermabrasion. Tattoo ink is placed beneath the top layer of the skin.


  • Tattoo removal is done using a Q switch laser.
  • These tattoo removal lasers act on the tattoo ink by utilizing the energy of a coherent beam of light.
  • The laser from a Q switch laser easily passes through normal skin without causing any damage. However, it is absorbed by the tattoo particles.
  • Due to absorption of laser energy the tattoo pigment breaks down into tiny fragments.
  • These fragments are subsequently drained away by the body’s lymphatic system.

Side Effects

  • Redness. 
  • Tenderness.
  • Swelling.
  • Blistering.
  • Scabs.
  • Bruising.
  • Hyperpigmentation.
  • Hypopigmentation.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many Sessions Required?

4 to 10 sessions to completely remove the tattoo, with a 4 weeks interval.

Is tattoo removal safe?

Since the advent of Q switch lasers the process of tattoo removal has become much safer as this laser targets only the pigment and avoids injury to surrounding tissue. With the use of FDA approved lasers the risk is further minimized.