Q Switch Lazer

Q Switch Lazer

It is an advanced laser system that shortens the pulse duration of the laser beam, thus ensures the formation of more intense laser energy throughout the pulse duration and distributes the energy equally in the applied area. It is a type of laser that can be used in a wide range from tattoo removal to spot treatments as it targets dark color. They can operate at 4 different wavelengths. This broadens the range of influence. It is also used in facial rejuvenation as it stimulates collagen production.


The skin and body perceive the pigment dye used in tattooing as a foreign body and our cells try to remove it from the environment. However, the large particles of the dyestuff prevent it from being taken up and removed by the cells. This is where the laser comes into play. Q switch laser beams break up the dye particles and reduce them to small sizes that cells can remove from the body.

Is there pain in tattoo removal?

Although it varies from person to person, the pain is minimal. The application does not disturb the person, as it is as much as the person can hear while the tattoo is being made. The procedure is very comfortable as it is performed after applying local anesthetic creams.

How many sessions are required to remove tattoos?

It varies according to the number of sessions, the amount of paint used during tattooing, the tattoo technique, the depth of the skin where the paint is left, the color of the paint, and the type of device to be applied. For example, dark tattoos are easier to remove as they absorb the laser beam at the highest degree, while the degree of light absorption is lower in colored tattoos. This increases the number of sessions. In fact, tattoo removal may become more difficult or impossible when the skin color is approached.

How long is the session interval?

The number of sessions varies between 5-15. The session interval varies according to the size of the tattoo. There is a session interval of 3-8 weeks. After the procedure, the removal of the tattoo continues for a while. In addition, the subcutaneous connective tissue needs to be healed. Therefore, session spacing is required.

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