At Eden Tattoo Removal, the laser tattoo removal specialist in Sydney, we can help you achieve the results you are looking for – whether it’s a complete tattoo removal, a part removal, or a fade – we offer a free consultation to discuss your options with you.
In this article we answer some of our most popular questions for laser tattoo removal.
TOP QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Can I Get A New Tattoo In The Same Place I Had One Removed?
Yes, we fade many tattoos for clients who want to get their design re-inked. This is a major benefit of the PicoWay, we can have you back to your favourite tattoo artist faster than competitor machines. Once the skin has completely healed it is safe to tattoo over the same area.
Is It Possible To Get Part Of My Tattoo Removed?
Yes. The PicoWay laser has very precise control down to 2mm spot sizes (maximum 10mm), so it is possible to remove elements of the tattoo without affecting the rest.
Why Choose The PicoWay Laser?
The PicoWay laser for tattoo removal is faster – less time under the laser and shorter time between treatments. It’s also practically painless when compared to other lasers and achieves superior results than traditional lasers.
How Much Does It Cost?
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Can You Remove Permanent Makeup Or Cosmetic Tattoos?
The PicoWay laser is extremely effective on cosmetic tattoos and generally requires fewer treatments because less ink is used and it is injected closer to the skins’ surface.
Can Anyone Have Laser Tattoo Removal?
There are several conditions that make laser tattoo removal unsafe, a full list should be provided at your first consultation. Examples include; pregnancy, history of seizures (eg. epilepsy), implanted medical devices such as a pacemaker, active skin infections or acne and a history of being sensitive to infrared light.
There are some medications and supplements that can cause complications (eg: bruising) – these can be discussed with us or with your doctor.
Treatment cannot be performed on recently tanned skin or skin treated with fake tan or exposed to a tanning salon. Sun exposure should be avoided 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after treatment. Fake tan application must be stopped a week before treatment.