Tattoo Removal

There are many people who regret one or some of their tattoos, and through modern tattoo removal procedures, they can reverse previous tattoo choices. Tattoo removal had been performed previously with various tools, moreover, with the introduction of medical lasers, it is now possible to remove them with greater ease, and see better results.

7 Things to Prepare Before Your Laser Tattoo Removal
Do you regret your tattoo? Through laser tattoo removal, you can reverse previous tattoo choices. According to a study commissioned by Harris Poll in January 2012, 1 in 8 American adults who have tattoos regret having one [1]. When tattoos trend, tattoo removal demand also increases [2]. But before you continue with tattoo removal, you need to prepare for it. Tattoo ink resides below the top layer of skin, making removal difficult, often involving several laser sessions or, in some cases, surgical removal.
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Singaporean Doctor Has Removed More Than 2,000 Tattoos, Addresses Common Regrets And More In Q&A
If there’s anyone who knows a thing or two about tattoo removal, it's Dr Kevin Chua, the founder of Drs Chua and Partners. He has a special interest in aesthetics, more specifically pigment laser treatments for tattoo removal.  Over the course of his long career, he has helped over 2,000 remorseful patients get rid of those embarrassing mistakes. He recently answered DoctorxDentist reader questions on tattoo removals - here are the key takeaways.  
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