Laser Tattoo Removal Before & After on the Stomach & Back
Stomach & Back Tattoo Removal Before and After Results
Laser tattoo removal is the safest and most effective method for getting rid of unwanted ink. If you're looking to fade or completely erase tattoos on the back or stomach, you're in luck!
These two areas are among the easiest to treat with laser tattoo removal.
Because they are close to your heart, they have the advantage of good circulation and strong blood flow meaning your ink will fade more quickly. These areas are also particularly easy to treat and do not require any special approaches other than the standard precautions our team of Certified Laser Technicians already take.
Read below for what to expect during laser tattoo removal on the back and stomach. Look through some examples below to see past MEDermis Laser Clinic patients and their success.
Does laser tattoo removal on the back and stomach hurt?
Laser tattoo removal is often described as similar pain levels to what you felt when getting the tattoo.
However, it is important to note that laser removal is a much quicker process than getting a tattoo. The laser removal will be more painful in areas with less fat and closer to bones. Some areas of the stomach are considered higher pain while the back is less sensitive.
Pain threshold and tolerance will vary by person, but generally, tattoo removal along the spine or rib cage may be the most sensitive spots out of these two areas.
Can laser tattoo removal on the back and stomach have lasting side effects?
Every patient is different, but typically if you do not have a history of scarring or developing keloids and you follow the aftercare instructions provided by your Certified Laser Technician, you have nothing to worry about. Allowing these areas to heal without friction or irritation caused by clothes is important when going through tattoo removal on the stomach or back.
The MEDermis Laser Clinic team will go over the entire process, what to expect, and what you can do to keep your skin healthy.