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Tattoo Removal in North Carolina



Tattoo Removal 411 is the premiere resource for finding tattoo removal specialists in North Carolina.

We provide a directory of specialists in NC specializing in tattoo removal procedures such as Laser Tattoo Removal, Intense Pulsed Light Therapy (IPL), Excision and Dermabrasion. If you have questions regarding tattoo removal or just want to learn more about the procedure, we invite you to contact one of our doctors for a private consultation.

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Aria Skin & Laser Spa 11312 US 15 501 Hwy N, Chapel Hill, NC 27517 Update your listing
Bodyart By Dave 10915 Monroe Rd, Matthews, NC 28105 Update your listing
BodyLase Skin Spa 6531 Creedmoor Rd, Raleigh, NC 27613 Update your listing
Carolina Family Medicine & Dermatology 3000 Bethesda Pl, Winston Salem, NC 27103 Update your listing
Charles H Hutchins 129 N Poplar St, Charlotte, NC 28202 Update your listing
Empire Tattoo 83 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC 28801 Update your listing
Facial Plastic Surgery & Allergy Center Pa 750 Cox Rd, Gastonia, NC 28054 Update your listing
Immortal Images 3750 Monroe Rd, Charlotte, NC 28205 Update your listing
Inksane Skinovations Inc 1329 S Main St, Salisbury, NC 28144 Update your listing
Laser Institute Of Pinehurst 80 Aviemore CT Ste A, Pinehurst, NC 28374 Update your listing
Laser Skin Care PLLC 129 N Poplar St, Charlotte, NC 28202 Update your listing
Painted Saint 209 S Tradd St, Statesville, NC 28677 Update your listing
Tattoo Bill's 9640 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28273 Update your listing
The Laser Clinic 718 W Corbett Ave, Swansboro, NC 28584 Update your listing
Vanish-Ink Laser Tattoo Removal 1315 East Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28203 Update your listing


Understanding the Tattoo Removal Excision Process



by: William Saul

There are a number of different tattoo removal procedures and processes that are being utilized today. One of these procedures is what is known as the tattoo removal excision process. Through this article you are presented with the pros and the cons. By weighing and balancing this information you will be in the best position to determine whether or not the removal process is the best course of action for you to take in regard to removing your own ink.

The removal process is a widely used procedure when a person has a small tattoo that he or she would like to have removed. Indeed, the process has proven time and again to be extremely effective when it comes to the removal of a small or smaller tattoo.

The primary reason that the process is so effective with small tattoos is based on the very simple fact that the entire tattooed area is surgically removed. While it is possible to use the tattoo removal excision process on larger tattoos, normally this will need to be done in stages. It simply is not possible to excise a large tattoo in one "sitting" or procedure.

When it comes to removing a larger tattoo through the excision process, the center of the tattoo normally is removed first. The sides are then removed at a later date (or dates, depending on the size of the tattoo).

The tattoo removal excision process involves an actual removal of the skin itself. The epidermis and the dermis both are removed through the process. The removal process starts with a local anesthetic being injected in order to numb the area that will be treated. After the skin has been cut away, the remaining edges are brought together and properly sutured. In the case of largert tattoos, it sometimes is necessary to graft skin that will be taken from another part of the body to close up the wound that is created through the process itself.

The tattoo removal excision process actually does not involve a great deal of bleeding. Many people assume that a great deal of bleeding will be involved when the skin is being removed in this manner. However, bleeding is controlled by what is known as electrocautery which is a process of sealing off the affected blood vessels with a heated needle.

Finally, with the removal process there likely will be scarring. In some cases (particularly when dealing with a larger tattoo) the scarring can end up being rather extensive. Scarring is perhaps the biggest drawback to what otherwise is an effective procedure.

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