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It is a product of laser technology. Pigments are broken down with the Q-switch Nd-YAG laser system. The broken melanin pigments are destroyed by our cells over time. The lighter the skin color of the person, the more successful it is. Since it also causes suppression, it also has a preventive treatment feature. It does not cause crusting and skin peeling. It is painless and does not require anesthesia. 

Tattoo Removal 

Laser beams target only pigments (colors) and do not damage other non-pigmented tissues. The tattoo pigments broken down by laser beams are expected to be excreted by the body's natural mechanism. Depending on the color of the tattoo and the skin, the type of dyes used, and the depth of the tattoo, the removal success and the number of sessions vary. After the removal process, crusting and injury may occur in that area. Gradually the color of the pigments lightens. Sessions are applied at 1-month intervals. Sun protection is required during the treatment.