For tattooing, ND-Yag is switched. The most common wavelengths used in tattooing are 1064 nm and 532 nm, which are produced by this device. Dark ink colours (black, blue, and green) respond best to the 1064 nm wavelength, while brilliant ink colours respond best to the 532 nm wavelength (red, orange, yellow, brown, purple).
The ink is broken down by two basic procedures:
Both (1) the laser’s extraordinarily quick pulse (only 6 billion pulses per second!) and (2) the pigment in your tattoo will absorb the laser’s energy and shatter it into tiny fragments, causing ink breakage. The effect is that the ink fragments into tiny pieces.
For 30-45 minutes, numbing lotion is used to numb the area. The tattooed region is then treated with laser therapy. The length of the session is determined on the size of the tattoo. The time ranges from 15 to 45 minutes.
What to anticipate following a laser session?
Age, colour, and density of the ink are the three parameters that determine how many sessions are necessary to completely remove a tattoo.
Professional tattoos take longer to complete than those done by amateurs. The average number of sessions needed to remove a tattoo is 4–14.