Using a special adhesive gel on the tattoo? Using a thin laser beam?
Here comes the interesting bit. There is already a lot of evidence that a thin-walled, non-metal, water-based laser has been successfully used to remove tattoos. It is called the M-90 laser. You have probably already heard about the success of the M-90, because it is one of the main lasers still in use at the hospital in Melbourne, Australia.
The M-90 laser (sometimes known as the M90A1) has a single point of entry in its tip and emits intense energy into a tattoo area, about the same as the light of a candle. It is used to blast away foreign materials which interfere with the healing of the tattoo. This laser is now being used in many hospitals to remove tattoos of almost every shape.
The first successful laser was developed in the 1930s in the USA. It consisted of a single pointed beam of light aimed at a tattoo from which it was fired. The ink that was deposited from the tattoo onto the mirror surface of the beam was removed through a small hole in the tip when the pulse passed through it.
In the 1940s, another type of “tattoo-removal” laser called the M-58, used a single point of entry in its tip that released a stream of laser light.
This M-58 has been used to remove tattoos since the 1940s. It works by focusing the light on an area that needs to be burned away – like the burn areas on a tattoo on the body which are now being used to remove more than 80% of all the body’s body ink. The laser beams are focused through specially designed mirrors (that are made of ceramic, glass and/or plastic) by a special machine that is designed to remove the ink in a clean way.
Another very new generation of laser-based tattoo removal is the M-97. It has a single point of entry, which also allows it to penetrate all the layers of tissue (except for the skin), but without damaging the body or the surrounding tissues. The machine is also extremely energy-efficient and can produce large streams of light at one pass. This device is currently used to remove almost all tattoos.
However, there are some differences between existing methods. One of these is the fact that with this kind of laser, if something is embedded under the skin, you have to take an expert to identify it beforehand. So you cannot
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