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Tattoo removal with Laser

A tattoo that you might have loved at the time but came to regret later, or one that you feel no longer suits you. There are simple methods available for tattoo removal. Laser tattoo removal is a safe and effective method.

 

Kliniek aan de Maas is specialized in tattoo removal with laser. All treatments are performed in the safest possible way and with the best quality materials. Our employees are continuously trained to maintain their knowledge and skills. You have questions about a treatment? Make an appointment and ask your questions in a free consultation.



 

Function

Tattoos are treated with a Q-switched Nd: YAG laser. The pigment of the tattoo absorbs the energy from the laser beam and then shatters. The shattered pigment is then cleaned up by the body.

 

Application

We use laser treatments for tattoo removal.

 

Before treatment

Before treatment starts, an initial appointment is scheduled, free of charge, to determine the areas to be treated and the treatment method. You will also be informed about the care before and after the treatment concerned. An estimate can be given of the number of treatments required, though an exact number can never be given in advance. As you have read above, the effectiveness depends on a great many factors. During the treatment, we recommend that you do not go out into the sun without using sun protection from six weeks before the first treatment until six weeks after the last treatment.

 

Aftercare

During and directly after the treatment, the treated area turns white. This whiteness disappears after about thirty minutes. The tattoo then looks like it did before the treatment again. The body then breaks down the ink over a period of a few weeks. The skin may feel a little red and irritated for a while, and sometimes scabs or blisters may form. These are normal reactions. The treated skin may turn a lighter colour after a while. It will usually return to its original colour after a few months. Sometimes, the lighter colour remains.

Duration

The treatment takes 15-60 minutes. It depends on the size of the tattoo.

 

Results

The result of each individual treatment can be seen after ten to twenty days. The number of treatments required varies. A colourful tattoo, for example, will require more treatments. In some cases, it may not be possible to remove 100% of the tattoo. In exceptional circumstances, a tattoo may not respond to the treatment due to non-standard colours, synthetic substances, or non-degradable metal particles used to create it. The expected result of the treatment is dependent on:

  • the type of tattoo: an amateur tattoo generally contains less ink than a professional one;
  • the depth and age of the tattoo;
  • the ink used: the exact reaction between the ink type and the skin can never be precisely predicted;
  • the colour: different colours demand different approaches;
  • the location: in sensitive spots, less energy is used and more treatments will be required to achieve the same result;
  • the sensitivity of the skin;
  • the presence of multiple tattoos overlapping each other;
  • the response of your own defence mechanism.

Amateur tattoos require an average of five to eight treatments. Professionally-done tattoos require more sessions to remove. The period between each treatment is six to eight weeks.

Safety

This treatment has been used for decades and has been proven to be safe when performed by a practitioner with the appropriate knowledge and experience.

 

Pain

The tattoo will be treated using laser light. The treatment is not painless, but it is easily bearable even without anaesthetic. The feeling is generally compared to having a tattoo done in the first place, or elastic bands shooting against the skin.

Price list


  • Treatment
    Price
    Description
  • 0-5cm2
    € 75,-
  • 6-10 cm2
    € 85,-
  • 11-15 cm2
    € 95,-
  • 16-20 cm2
    € 105,-
  • 21-25 cm2
    € 115,-
  • 26-30 cm2
    € 125,-
  • 31-40 cm2
    € 145,-
  • 41-60 cm2
    € 165,-
  • 61-80 cm2
    € 180,-
  • 81-100 cm2
    € 200,-

Frequently asked questions

Laser or IPL?

Tattoos are treated with a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser. The pigment of the tattoo absorbs the energy of the laser beam and is pulverized. The pulverized pigment is then removed by the body itself.


When do i see the results?

The result of each individual treatment can be seen after ten to twenty days. The number of treatments required varies. A colourful tattoo, for example, will require more treatments. In some cases, it may not be possible to remove 100% of the tattoo. In exceptional circumstances, a tattoo may not respond to the treatment due to non-standard colours, synthetic substances, or non-degradable metal particles used to create it. The expected result of the treatment is dependent on:

  • the type of tattoo: an amateur tattoo generally contains less ink than a professional one;
  • the depth and age of the tattoo;
  • the ink used: the exact reaction between the ink type and the skin can never be precisely predicted;
  • the colour: different colours demand different approaches;
  • the location: in sensitive spots, less energy is used and more treatments will be required to achieve the same result;
  • the sensitivity of the skin;
  • the presence of multiple tattoos overlapping each other;
  • the response of your own defence mechanism.

Amateur tattoos require an average of five to eight treatments. Professionally-done tattoos require more sessions to remove. The period between each treatment is six to eight weeks.[:]


What happens before the treatment is started?

Before treatment starts, an initial appointment is scheduled, free of charge, to determine the areas to be treated and the treatment method. You will also be informed about the care before and after the treatment concerned. An estimate can be given of the number of treatments required, though an exact number can never be given in advance. As you have read above, the effectiveness depends on a great many factors. During the treatment, we recommend that you do not go out into the sun without using sun protection from six weeks before the first treatment until six weeks after the last treatment.


What happens during the treatment?

The tattoo will be treated using laser light. The treatment is not painless, but it is easily bearable even without anaesthetic. The feeling is generally compared to having a tattoo done in the first place, or elastic bands shooting against the skin.


What to expect after treatment?

During and directly after the treatment, the treated area turns white. This whiteness disappears after about thirty minutes. The tattoo then looks like it did before the treatment again. The body then breaks down the ink over a period of a few weeks. The skin may feel a little red and irritated for a while, and sometimes scabs or blisters may form. These are normal reactions. The treated skin may turn a lighter colour after a while. It will usually return to its original colour after a few months. Sometimes, the lighter colour remains.


Is the result permanent?

Yes, the achieved result is permanent.


Is the treatment suitable for everyone?

The treatment can be performed on all skin types.


Is it safe?

This treatment has been used for decades and has been proven to be safe when performed by a practitioner with the appropriate knowledge and experience.


Function

 

Function

Tattoos are treated with a Q-switched Nd: YAG laser. The pigment of the tattoo absorbs the energy from the laser beam and then shatters. The shattered pigment is then cleaned up by the body.


Application

 

Application

We use laser treatments for tattoo removal.


Before treatment

 

Before treatment

Before treatment starts, an initial appointment is scheduled, free of charge, to determine the areas to be treated and the treatment method. You will also be informed about the care before and after the treatment concerned. An estimate can be given of the number of treatments required, though an exact number can never be given in advance. As you have read above, the effectiveness depends on a great many factors. During the treatment, we recommend that you do not go out into the sun without using sun protection from six weeks before the first treatment until six weeks after the last treatment.


Aftercare

 

Aftercare

During and directly after the treatment, the treated area turns white. This whiteness disappears after about thirty minutes. The tattoo then looks like it did before the treatment again. The body then breaks down the ink over a period of a few weeks. The skin may feel a little red and irritated for a while, and sometimes scabs or blisters may form. These are normal reactions. The treated skin may turn a lighter colour after a while. It will usually return to its original colour after a few months. Sometimes, the lighter colour remains.


Duration

Duration

The treatment takes 15-60 minutes. It depends on the size of the tattoo.


Results

 

Results

The result of each individual treatment can be seen after ten to twenty days. The number of treatments required varies. A colourful tattoo, for example, will require more treatments. In some cases, it may not be possible to remove 100% of the tattoo. In exceptional circumstances, a tattoo may not respond to the treatment due to non-standard colours, synthetic substances, or non-degradable metal particles used to create it. The expected result of the treatment is dependent on:

  • the type of tattoo: an amateur tattoo generally contains less ink than a professional one;
  • the depth and age of the tattoo;
  • the ink used: the exact reaction between the ink type and the skin can never be precisely predicted;
  • the colour: different colours demand different approaches;
  • the location: in sensitive spots, less energy is used and more treatments will be required to achieve the same result;
  • the sensitivity of the skin;
  • the presence of multiple tattoos overlapping each other;
  • the response of your own defence mechanism.

Amateur tattoos require an average of five to eight treatments. Professionally-done tattoos require more sessions to remove. The period between each treatment is six to eight weeks.


Safety

Safety

This treatment has been used for decades and has been proven to be safe when performed by a practitioner with the appropriate knowledge and experience.


Pain

 

Pain

The tattoo will be treated using laser light. The treatment is not painless, but it is easily bearable even without anaesthetic. The feeling is generally compared to having a tattoo done in the first place, or elastic bands shooting against the skin.


Price list
  • Treatment
    Price
    Description
  • 0-5cm2
    € 75,-
  • 6-10 cm2
    € 85,-
  • 11-15 cm2
    € 95,-
  • 16-20 cm2
    € 105,-
  • 21-25 cm2
    € 115,-
  • 26-30 cm2
    € 125,-
  • 31-40 cm2
    € 145,-
  • 41-60 cm2
    € 165,-
  • 61-80 cm2
    € 180,-
  • 81-100 cm2
    € 200,-

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Laser or IPL?

Tattoos are treated with a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser. The pigment of the tattoo absorbs the energy of the laser beam and is pulverized. The pulverized pigment is then removed by the body itself.


When do i see the results?

The result of each individual treatment can be seen after ten to twenty days. The number of treatments required varies. A colourful tattoo, for example, will require more treatments. In some cases, it may not be possible to remove 100% of the tattoo. In exceptional circumstances, a tattoo may not respond to the treatment due to non-standard colours, synthetic substances, or non-degradable metal particles used to create it. The expected result of the treatment is dependent on:

  • the type of tattoo: an amateur tattoo generally contains less ink than a professional one;
  • the depth and age of the tattoo;
  • the ink used: the exact reaction between the ink type and the skin can never be precisely predicted;
  • the colour: different colours demand different approaches;
  • the location: in sensitive spots, less energy is used and more treatments will be required to achieve the same result;
  • the sensitivity of the skin;
  • the presence of multiple tattoos overlapping each other;
  • the response of your own defence mechanism.

Amateur tattoos require an average of five to eight treatments. Professionally-done tattoos require more sessions to remove. The period between each treatment is six to eight weeks.[:]


What happens before the treatment is started?

Before treatment starts, an initial appointment is scheduled, free of charge, to determine the areas to be treated and the treatment method. You will also be informed about the care before and after the treatment concerned. An estimate can be given of the number of treatments required, though an exact number can never be given in advance. As you have read above, the effectiveness depends on a great many factors. During the treatment, we recommend that you do not go out into the sun without using sun protection from six weeks before the first treatment until six weeks after the last treatment.


What happens during the treatment?

The tattoo will be treated using laser light. The treatment is not painless, but it is easily bearable even without anaesthetic. The feeling is generally compared to having a tattoo done in the first place, or elastic bands shooting against the skin.


What to expect after treatment?

During and directly after the treatment, the treated area turns white. This whiteness disappears after about thirty minutes. The tattoo then looks like it did before the treatment again. The body then breaks down the ink over a period of a few weeks. The skin may feel a little red and irritated for a while, and sometimes scabs or blisters may form. These are normal reactions. The treated skin may turn a lighter colour after a while. It will usually return to its original colour after a few months. Sometimes, the lighter colour remains.


Is the result permanent?

Yes, the achieved result is permanent.


Is the treatment suitable for everyone?

The treatment can be performed on all skin types.


Is it safe?

This treatment has been used for decades and has been proven to be safe when performed by a practitioner with the appropriate knowledge and experience.







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