Mechanism of laser action Removal Tattoo

Posted: 06/17/2010 in Laser Removal Tattoo
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Mechanism of laser action Removal Tattoo

experimental findings on the effects of short laser pulses is a tattoo is the first time in 1960. used in 1979, the argon laser for tattoo transfer of 28 patients, with little success. In 1978 carbon dioxide has also been used but are usually caused by scar tissue after surgery until the end of 1980, that the laser in practice. One of the first articles describing laser tattoo removal prepare a group of Massachusetts General Hospital in 1990.

Removal  Tattooing has had thousands of tattoo pigment particles skin.While normal human development and healing of the skin to fine particles, remove pigment and permanent tattoos again, because they are too big to be removed. Laser treatment causes the tattoo pigment to break, and heat and into small pieces. This hardware is removed, the normal processes of the body.

Laser removal  tattoo is not successful application of the theory of selective photothermolysis (PLT). Laser tattoo removal is SPLT selective destruction of tattoo pigments depends on four factors:

Color of light through the skin is deep enough to get a tattoo pigments.

Color laser light is strongly absorbed onto the skin around the tattoo pigment. Tattoo pigments, which require different lasers of different colors. For example, absorbs red light by the tattoo pigment is green.

Time (pulse width) laser energy is very short, so the tattoo pigment in the fragmentation is heated, heat can dissipate from the surrounding skin. Instead of heating the surrounding tissue can lead to burns or scars. To laser tattoo removal, it must be time nano-seconds.

enough energy for each laser pulse heat fragmentation of pigment provided. If the energy is too small, the pigment is not a fragment, and held the distance.

Lasers are the only devices on the market are able to meet these requirements.

Laser Removal tattoo

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