Tattoo Removal Clinic in Lexington, KY Talks Tattoo Removal Process

Inkundū, an upscale laser tattoo removal clinic in Lexington, Kentucky, talks through the laser tattoo removal process in an effort to better educate consumers.

Lexington, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

LEXINGTON, KY–Inkundū, an upscale laser tattoo removal clinic in Lexington, Kentucky, talks through the laser tattoo removal process in an effort to better educate consumers and individuals who may be researching laser tattoo removal.

For more detailed information about the laser tattoo removal process, visit https://inkundu.com/faqs-about-tattoo-removal/.

Inkundū explains that in the laser tattoo removal process, laser energy is directed at the pigment of the tattoo and short pulses of energy pass harmlessly through the outer layers of the skin disrupting the ink pigment and causing it to break apart into smaller particles. Once the ink particles have been broken down, they are able to be absorbed by an individual’s body and removed naturally by the body’s immune system. This process requires multiple treatments to remove a tattoo effectively. Inkundū asserts that their laser technology, the Quanta Q-Plus C is the most effective laser for breaking down considerable amounts of ink when operated by a highly-trained laser specialist like those in their clinic due to its three true wavelengths. This gives the Quanta Q-Plus C laser the ability to treat a wide range of ink colors and effectively remove most tattoos with minimal side effects. Before beginning any laser tattoo removal treatment, Inkundū has an initial consultation with clients to discuss the process and answer questions.

“We want our clients to feel at ease and comfortable with the tattoo removal process from beginning to end,” says Dr. David Kramer of Inkundū. “During the initial consultation, we take the time to go over the procedure with clients including what to expect, possible side effects and answer any questions they may have. As always, our goal is to make our clients comfortable and to give them the best treatment experience possible.”

Inkundū is a premier laser tattoo removal clinic in Lexington, Kentucky whose focus is solely on laser tattoo removal making them experts in the field of laser tattoo removal. They are open extended hours to further meet the needs of their clients. Those interested in learning more about the laser tattoo removal process, scheduling an initial consultation, or learning more about Inkundū are encouraged to visit https://inkundu.com/ or call 859-523-3878.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Kramer
Organization: Inkundū Laser Tattoo Removal Lexington KY
Address: 2375 Professional Heights Dr #210, Lexington, KY 40503, United States
Phone: +1-859-523-3878

For more information, please visit http://www.inkundu.com/

Source: PressCable

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