Tat∑too (tă≠tōōí) n. pl. tat∑toos - A permanent mark or design made on the skin by a process of pricking and ingraining an indelible pigment.
Re∑gret (rĭ-grĕtí) n. - A feeling of sorrow or remorse for a fault, act or disappointment.
It can happen at first sight or after years. Changes in career, life or your taste. Poor choice in artist or one of a thousand other reasons. It is estimated that almost half of people who get tattoos will at some point regret their choice in design, artist, placement or the choice to get one at all. So, you are not alone and, even though they are meant to be permanent you donít have to be stuck with something you donít love for the rest of your life. Below are a few reasons why people suffer from "tattoo regret:"
Indy Laserô Tattoo Removal, a solution that helps to permanently eliminate the pigment from your skin. The laser gently delivers a quick pulse of energy that instantly fragments the large ink particles into tiny ones that your body can eliminate through its natural processes. Over the next few weeks and months your bodyís lymphatic system will absorb and eliminate these miniature specks of pigment just as it does with a tan as it fades. It can take anywhere from 3-20 treatments to eliminate a tattoo. The inks, location, quality of your tattoo, as well as your skin type, will have an impact on how many treatments will be required. Not all lasers are safe for all skin types. The Indy Laser Tattoo Removal process uses multiple lasers and wavelengths that are FDA Approved and have the ability to safely and effectively treat all types of tattoos allowing us to get the best results possible.
In Indianapolis there are very few places that have the technology and experience to provide consistent, lasting results. We have performed more the 50,000 treatments on customers from all over Indiana. So, when it comes to cosmetic laser centers in Indianapolis and Central Indiana, we are the professionals, and The Official Cosmetic Laser Center of the Indianapolis Colts, Colts Cheerleaders, and Miss Indiana.