NABH Accredited Patient Safety & Quality of Care
See our Health Check-up Packages
See our Radiology Tests Services.
Q switched Nd-Yag is used for tattoo removal. It produces the 1064 nm and 532 nm wavelengths, which are the most popular wavelengths used in tattoo removal.
The 1064 nm wavelength is ideal for treating darker ink colors (black, blue, green) and the 532nm wavelength is effective against brighter ink colors (red, orange, yellow, brown, violet).
Two key processes break up the ink:The pigment in tattoo will absorb the energy from the laser and breaks into smaller pieces, and (2) the incredibly fast pulse of energy from the laser (at just 6 billionths of a second!) has a shockwave-like effect that assists the ink shattering. As an outcome, the ink breaks into smaller granules. Ndyag laser may also be used for :
The laser is very effective for epidermal (superficial) and dermal (deep) pigmentation. The specific laser wavelength that is sensitive to specific color is chosen to target the lesion while sparing the surrounding normal tissue. The lesion can be treated precisely and accurately with negligible complications.
The area is numbed with a numbing cream for 30-45 Min
The outcomes of Tattoo Removal depend on several factors and conditions suffered by the patient in the past.
JNU is home to some of the most eminent doctors in the world, most of whom are pioneers in their respective arenas and are renowned for developing innovative and revolutionary procedures
Professor & Head