Tattoos have been around for centuries in places all around the world. In the past couple of decades, this practice has exploded as a part of American mainstream culture. The reasons for getting a tattoo spread far and wide, from expressing the eternity of one’s love by a loved one’s name set eternally on the skin, to expressing oneself through a symbol of something meaningful. Whatever the reason may be for each individual, tattoos have made their mark on our culture as well. It is estimated that over 20 million Americans have at least one tattoo, and more specifically, 36% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 30.
It is also estimated that 40-50% of individuals with tattoos regret their decision, and would remove them if they could. If you are one of these individuals, you should know that A. you’re not alone! and B. you’ve come to the right place.
If you would like to remove a tattoo, Lasers have become the standard treatment for tattoo removal because they offer a minimally invasive, low risk, effective alternative with minimal side effects. The type of laser used to remove a tattoo is called a Q-switched laser. Oasis uses a 2014 Q-Switch YAG laser. Laser tattoo removal is a medical procedure, so you should choose the practitioner Read more