Getting a tattoo was easy but now you really don’t want it? Tattoos can be done by professional artists or amateurs. A variety of inks are used by tattoo artists and in varying depths into the skin. They can look amazing when you are younger but can also fade over time and look not quite as appealing as they did when you first got them. Tattoo removal has come a long way from olden days when people tried to scrub it off.
FOR THE FASTEST IN TATTOO REMOVAL WE ARE THE ONLY CLINIC IN CANADA OFFERING FOLLOWING 2 PICOSECOND LASERS :
To remove your tattoo with lasers book your assessment with Dr Shah and BC laser today by calling 604 580 2464 or by using the consultation form above and see how we can help you achieve your goals quickly and safely.
Tattooing is an art that dates back at least 5000 years. Whilst Tattooing is popular, many studies have shown that at least 50% of those people that have tattoos would like to remove them. Many others that appreciate tattoos and have many tattoos are tired of their old tattoos and would like to perhaps acquire new ones.
Tattoos have been much easier to put on than to take off. Tattoos have been removed in the past by surgery, abrasives and so on. All these treatments leave significant scars. The best form of treatment for Tattoos is Laser. The current laser technology is so advanced that there is a 95% chance that your tattoo will be removed scar free.
Tattoos are inks that are put into the skin as an art form. Tattoos are much easier to put on than to take off. In the past they have been removed by surgery or abrasives. These methods all used to leave significant scars. The latest forms of tattoo removal is by using lasers and has proven to be effective in removing tattoos with little risk of scarring. Tattoo removal uses the laser to break up the ink and have fragments of the ink removed by the body’s own natural defense system. In laser tattoo removal breaking the ink requires the use of several lasers and an expertise in knowing when to use each specific type of laser. At Beautiful Canadian Laser we have been performing laser tattoo removal for over 16 years and have a number of lasers we use specifically for tattoo removal. We use numbing creams as part of our service to provide you with the most comfortable treatments possible whilst achieving results.
We use or have used the following Q SWITCH LASERS for tattoo removal:
1. Medlite C6 Laser (1064 nm, 532 nm, 585 nm & 650 nm)
2. Fotona QXMAX (1064 nm, 532 nm, 585 nm & 650 nm)
3. Sinon Ruby Laser (694 nm)
4. Alex Q Switch (755nm)
BC Laser and Skin Care in Greater Vancouver was the first clinic in Western Canada to possess the Medlite C6 laser that removed all colours of ink in one laser. It tackled 4 wavelengths in the same laser. Green and yellow inks could be removed but took longer time to do so.
We can customize a treatment plan for the individual patient for complete tattoo removal. BC Laser and Skin Care offers a complete solution for the individual patient in Vancouver, BC.
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