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The total number of Americans that have at least one tattoo exceeds 45 million. For multiple reasons, body art may become undesirable. A Q-Switched laser is the most frequently used laser for tattoo removal. The laser “fractures” the pigment into particles small enough for the ink to be removed using the body’s natural filtering system. The Q-Switched laser can effectively remove an array of tattoo ink colors with minimal risk. (Multiple treatments may be required).

The Spectrum Tattoo Removal offers 2-different wavelengths (1064nm and 532nm). The 1064nm reduces/removes most dark colored tattoo inks and the 532nm reduces/removes most vibrant colored tattoo inks.

How the Spectrum Q-Switched Yag Works

Infographic showing the process of the laser breaking up the ink of the tattoo and the following reabsorption of the ink by the body.

Targets tattoo pigment in epidermis and in the dermis. The Q-Switched Laser “fractures” pigment into particles small enough for macrophages to remove treatment site to lymph nodes. The Spectrum Q-Switched Laser is attracted to and interacts with the tattoo ink particles.

Before and Afters

Image showing Tattoo Removal in three stages. The first is the tattoo pre-treatment. After is tattoo in the process of fading over three months and three treatments. The last is the almost entirely clear skin after six months and six treatments.
Photo showing a tattoo being fully removed in only 4 treatments, due to the tattoos' dark color and simplicity.
4 Treatments, 8 weeks apart
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