Laser Tattoo
Removal

Laser Tattoo Removal Treatment in Vancouver, BC

Rethink your ink!

They say the only constant in life is change itself; so if you are questioning your tattoo, either the quality of the work or the sentiment it represents, you are not alone. Tattoos have enjoyed a rapid rise from fringe-to-mainstream over the past few decades; inspiring people to ink their bodies bases on their preferences, or in some cases, their partner at the time; leading to tattoo regret. That is where laser tattoo removal comes into play.

At EverYoung, our award winning laser removes all ink colours comfortably and safely. Enjoy faster removal with fewer treatments. Our Q-switched laser system employs advanced technology to remove or lighten even the most stubborn and difficult pigments—including heavily saturated tattoos in any colour. High intensity pulses of laser light target the pigment in the tattoo, while leaving the surrounding tissue intact. This non-invasive procedure provides unprecedented skin clearing results—and is safe for people of all skin types and skin colours. Call EverYoung for a Vancouver tattoo removal consultation to determine how we can assist you in clearing your tattoo.

Laser Tattoo Removal Treatments at a Glance

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2-12 Treatments

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Duration of Results

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2-12 Treatments

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Permanent

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Procedure Time

15-30 Minutes

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Benefits of Laser Tattoo Removal Treatment

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Award-winning laser system
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Effective on ALL ink colours
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Short treatment times
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Safe & non-invasive
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Minimal discomfort
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Permanent results

Treatable Areas

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Arms
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Legs
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Torso
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Shoulders
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Upper & lower back
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Buttocks
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Hands
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FAQ

The average is 2-12 treatments depending on the size, depth, quality and location of your tattoo. They are spaced at 4-8 week intervals. This allows the maximum amount of pigment removal prior to your next session.

Treatments usually take between 5-15 minutes depending on the size and depth of the tattoo.

Yes. Our Q-switched laser in non-invasive and FDA approved. It carries none of the risks associated with other methods of removal and leaves the healthy cells untouched, targeting only the pigment in the ink.

Depending on the type of tattoo, most patients will see a gradual improvement that can range from a lightening in appearance to a dramatic removal of all traces of ink. Our doctors at EverYoung will assess the type of tattoo during your consultation.

The Q-switched laser is considered a gold standard in tattoo removal for safety, comfort and effectiveness.

After laser tattoo removal, do follow post-treatment care guidelines, including keeping the area clean, applying recommended ointments, and protecting it from sun exposure; don’t pick at scabs, expose the treated area to excessive sunlight, or submerge it in hot water.
It’s generally recommended to wait at least six weeks between laser tattoo removal sessions to allow the skin to heal and maximize the effectiveness of each treatment.
The best conditions for laser tattoo removal involve fair to medium skin tones, dark tattoo pigments, and consistent aftercare practices, with treatments spaced at appropriate intervals for optimal results.
After laser tattoo removal, the ink particles in the skin absorb the laser’s energy, breaking them into smaller fragments that are gradually eliminated by the body’s immune system, leading to a fading and, in some cases, complete removal of the tattoo over multiple sessions.
During laser tattoo removal, the laser emits high-intensity light that is absorbed by the tattoo pigments, causing them to fragment into smaller particles. These smaller particles are then targeted by the body’s immune system for removal, leading to a gradual fading or elimination of the tattoo over subsequent treatments.
After laser tattoo removal, care involves keeping the treated area clean, applying recommended ointments or moisturizers, protecting it from sunlight, and avoiding activities that could irritate or compromise the healing process.
Progress in laser tattoo removal is indicated by a gradual fading or lightening of the tattoo over successive sessions, and the effectiveness can be assessed through regular follow-ups with a qualified laser technician or dermatologist.
The number of treatments required to remove a tattoo varies based on factors such as tattoo size, ink color, skin type, and the professional-grade laser used, typically ranging from 5 to 15 sessions or more.
The lack of fading after laser treatment may be due to factors like resistant ink, inadequate intervals between sessions, or incomplete treatment, requiring further assessment by a qualified professional.
The number of times a tattoo can be lasered depends on factors such as the type of ink, skin type, and the expertise of the laser technician, with most tattoos requiring multiple sessions spaced at least six weeks apart for effective removal.
While tattoo removal carries a risk of scarring, modern laser techniques, when performed by trained professionals, aim to minimize scarring, and the likelihood can vary depending on factors such as skin type, aftercare, and the tattoo’s characteristics.
After tattoo removal, the skin may appear slightly lighter or darker than the surrounding area, and in some cases, there might be minimal scarring or textural changes, with final results varying based on factors such as skin type and the tattoo’s characteristics.
After laser tattoo removal, it’s advisable to avoid prolonged sun exposure and use sunscreen on the treated area to prevent complications such as hyperpigmentation or other adverse reactions, following the specific post-treatment guidelines provided by your dermatologist or laser technician.
When performed by a qualified professional, laser tattoo removal is generally safe, but if not done correctly, there is a risk of side effects such as scarring, hyperpigmentation, or hypopigmentation.
Yes, you can typically shower the day after laser tattoo removal, but it’s crucial to use lukewarm water and gentle cleansing, avoiding hot water and excessive scrubbing on the treated area to promote proper healing.
Signs of a potentially infected laser-treated tattoo include increased redness, swelling, warmth, and the presence of pus or unusual discharge, and seeking prompt medical attention is advised if such symptoms occur.
After the first laser tattoo removal session, you can expect some redness, swelling, and mild discomfort in the treated area, with the ink starting to fade gradually over the following weeks.
Laser tattoo removal is generally accurate, effectively breaking down tattoo ink for gradual removal, but complete removal without any trace of the tattoo is not always guaranteed, and results can vary based on factors such as ink type, skin type, and the expertise of the laser technician.
The success of tattoo removal varies, and while many people achieve significant fading or complete removal, success depends on factors such as tattoo characteristics, skin type, and the expertise of the laser technician, with complete success not guaranteed in all cases.
Laser tattoo removal is generally the most efficient method, but complete removal isn’t guaranteed, and effectiveness varies based on factors like tattoo characteristics and individual skin response.
After laser tattoo removal, the treated area typically heals, but complete restoration to the pre-tattoo skin condition is not always guaranteed, and there may be residual changes such as slight discoloration or texture variations.
Waiting six weeks between laser tattoo removal sessions allows the skin to heal and the body to eliminate fragmented ink particles, optimizing the effectiveness of each treatment while minimizing the risk of adverse reactions.
Staying hydrated by drinking water can support overall skin health, but its direct impact on laser tattoo removal effectiveness is limited; adherence to proper aftercare instructions and skin health practices is more crucial for optimal results.
After laser tattoo removal, the temporary brightening or whitening of the tattoo may occur due to the immediate inflammatory response, and the actual fading of the ink becomes more apparent as the skin heals over subsequent weeks.
Black ink is generally the easiest color to remove during laser tattoo removal due to its ability to absorb the full spectrum of laser wavelengths effectively.
Tattoo removal can be painful, with sensations often described as similar to getting a tattoo, but the level of discomfort varies among individuals and depends on factors such as pain tolerance, the size, and location of the tattoo, and the specific laser technology used.
The duration of a tattoo removal session varies based on factors such as the size, complexity, and color of the tattoo, typically ranging from 15 minutes to an hour.
Tattoo removal may not remove all the ink in one session, requiring multiple treatments for gradual fading or complete elimination, and complete removal is not always guaranteed.
While complete tattoo removal is possible in some cases, achieving 100% removal is not guaranteed, and factors such as tattoo size, color, and individual skin response play a role in determining the extent of removal.
After laser tattoo removal, you can usually wear clothing over the treated area, but it’s advisable to choose loose, breathable fabrics to minimize irritation and allow proper healing.
As of my last update in January 2022, there’s no widely recognized and effective tattoo removal cream; laser treatments by professionals are the main method for tattoo removal.
After laser treatment, it’s generally advisable to avoid direct sun exposure for about 7 to 14 days and use sun protection, following specific post-treatment instructions provided by your dermatologist.
Risks of tattoo removal include the potential for scarring, pigmentation changes, infection, and incomplete removal, with outcomes varying based on factors such as skin type, tattoo characteristics, and the expertise of the provider.
As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, there is no evidence to suggest that tattoo removal, specifically through laser treatments, causes kidney damage. However, it’s essential to consult with a qualified medical professional for the most up-to-date information and individualized advice based on your health condition.
While getting sick after tattoo removal is uncommon, there is a small risk of infection, emphasizing the importance of following proper aftercare instructions and seeking medical advice if needed.
Itchiness after laser tattoo removal is a common temporary reaction as the skin heals, and it may be a sign of the body’s natural response to the treatment.
Icing the treated area after tattoo removal can help alleviate discomfort and reduce swelling, but it’s essential to follow specific post-treatment guidelines provided by your dermatologist.
You should typically wait 24 hours after laser treatment before taking a bath to allow the treated area to heal and minimize the risk of infection.
Some mild bleeding or oozing immediately after laser treatment is normal, but excessive bleeding may indicate a potential issue, and it’s important to follow post-treatment care instructions and consult with your dermatologist if concerns arise.
While some minor bleeding is relatively common during laser tattoo removal, excessive or prolonged bleeding could signal a potential issue, and it’s crucial to follow post-treatment care instructions and seek advice from your dermatologist if needed.
After laser tattoo removal, you may need to wear a bandage for a few hours to a day, depending on the specific post-treatment instructions provided by your dermatologist or laser technician.
After tattoo removal, avoid picking at scabs, exposing the treated area to excessive sunlight, submerging it in hot water, and wearing tight or irritating clothing; instead, follow specific post-treatment care guidelines provided by your dermatologist.
Results from laser tattoo removal typically become noticeable after a few weeks, with gradual fading of the tattoo becoming more apparent over multiple sessions.
Progress in laser tattoo removal is indicated by a gradual fading or lightening of the tattoo over successive sessions, and the effectiveness can be assessed through regular follow-ups with a qualified laser technician or dermatologist.
Laser tattoo removal can be less effective or fail due to factors such as ink color, type, skin characteristics, and individual response, with complete removal not guaranteed in every case.
Tattoos on areas with good blood circulation and thinner skin, like the upper arms or upper back, are often considered easier to remove with laser treatments.
Laser tattoo removal effectiveness varies among individuals due to factors like skin type, ink color, and tattoo characteristics, and while many people achieve significant fading or complete removal, it may not work equally well for everyone.
The number of sessions required for tattoo removal varies based on factors like tattoo size, color, and individual skin response, typically ranging from 5 to 15 sessions or more for optimal results.
The biggest concern with tattoo removal is the potential for adverse effects such as scarring, pigmentation changes, or incomplete removal, highlighting the importance of proper evaluation and post-treatment care.
It is generally better to start laser tattoo removal sooner to achieve optimal results, as older tattoos may require more sessions, and early treatment can minimize the ink’s set-in nature.

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