You used to love your tattoo. Much of this body art is quite visible, and when you were younger, you liked that it gave you an intimidation factor when hanging around others. Today, you realize that your tattoos have really profited you nothing. In fact, they tend to bring you far more grief than happiness. Maybe you have matured to a point where you realize that your tattoos really never did reflect who you were inside. When you look at your tattoos in the mirror, you wish you had never gotten them. In a word, you are tired of all this ink that adorns your body, and you wish it were gone. Unfortunately, it is much easier to obtain a tattoo than to get rid of the ink that remains deep within your layers of skin. But, you understand that to move on, you must make the effort to get rid of the body art. Maybe then you can enjoy a more normal life. Laser tattoo removal in Texarkana has made it easier to remove the ink from your skin than was possible in the past.
There is no need to skirt around the issue; removing tattoos with a laser is not a one-time deal. Rather, it is a process. Fortunately, most people are happy to do it in order to achieve such massive gains to the look of their skin. So, with that in mind, considering laser tattoo removal is a great option.
The laser works by targeting ink molecules that reside at various depths in your skin. When you received your tattoo, the tattoo artist could not ensure that all of the ink would settle in a single plane. So, the fact that the ink resides at different depths in your skin does complicate matters slightly, but it will not prevent our technician from making significant progress.
When the photons from the laser come in contact with the ink molecules in your skin, the ink molecules shatter into fragments that your body will eventually treat as waste. This waste will be removed by your lymphatic system, and this will tend to cause the tattoo to fade. Since the tattoo is fading, this means you will need multiple sessions with the laser at our office in Texarkana to completely get rid of your tattoo.