Friday, November 17, 2017

Q-Switched Ruby laser .. Remove black and blue tattoo pigment with scarring less and without anesthesia

Q-Switched Ruby laser:
The first laser was used by Dr. Goldman in 1965 to treat pigmented skin lesions and tattoos.
The ruby laser wave is (694 nm) that can remove black and blue tattoos with less scarring and without anesthesia. Several sessions may be needed to remove pigmented lesions by a Q-Switched Ruby laser and the result is ultimately dependent on the type of laser used.