Spectrum Q-Switched Yag
The Spectrum offers 2-different wavelengths (1064nm and 532nm). The 1064nm reduces/removes most dark colored tattoo inks and the 532nm reduces/removes most vibrant colored tattoo inks.
How The Spectrum Q-Switched Yag Works
- Targets tattoo pigment in epidermis and in the dermis
- The Q-Switched Laser “fractures” pigment into particles small enough for macrophages to remove from treatment site to lymph nodes
Q-Switched Nd: YAG Mechanism
The Spectrum Q-Switched Nd: YAG laser is attracted to and interacts with the tattoo ink particles
Using high-intensity photo-acoustic shock waves, the Spectrum Q-Switched Yag Laser shatters the tattoo ink into tiny fragments.
Effects on Tattoo Pigments
Four Treatments 8 weeks apart: