Tattoo removal

Surgical tattoo removal involves excising the skin where the tattoo is located. This process is typically used for larger tattoos or tattoos that are difficult to remove using other methods such as laser treatment.

During the procedure, the a scalpel is used to remove the top layer of skin that contains the tattoo ink. The area is then closed with stitches, and the you will need to follow post-operative care instructions to ensure proper healing and minimize scarring. The procedure can be performed under local anesthesia, and the time it takes to complete depends on the size and complexity of the tattoo.

While surgical tattoo removal can effectively remove a tattoo, there are risks involved, including scarring and infection. It is also a more invasive procedure than other methods, such as laser treatment.