Tattoo Removal -- Pico/Q Switched Laser
Bleeding is sometimes okay after laser tattoo removal it just depends the tattoo, depth, and type of treatment. Please trust your physician. Best, Dr. Emer.
Bleeding After Tattoo Removal
The mediate laser doesn't typically bleed afterward in the way that you are describing and Asian skin is very sensitive and needs the correct laser. I would to the physician for examination and local wound care. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
Bleeding and laser tattoo removal
Sorry to hear about your recovery. The goal of laser tattoo removal is to use enough energy to break down the ink, but to do it without injuring the skin (making it bleed or blister). As the ink becomes less dense, higher laser settings are needed. Sometimes you may notice some bleeding, bruising etc. Good wound care is very important to prevent scarring. On the rare instance we might see this after treatment, my office has the patients use antibiotic ointment 3 times a day. Avoid sun until it's healed as well. Good luck, Dr. M
Bleeding after q switched laser
Bleeding can occur as it is secondary to rupture of the capillaries in the skin. It usually indicated the energy may be too high especially if there is a significant amount. The skin will heal. Just use a bland ointment such as Aquaphor. While hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation is a potential risk after any laser based procedures, permanent changes are the exception rather than the rule.
Best of luckDr Soni
Bleeding after 1064 QS laser for tattoo
Bleeding is not normal after this procedure. It means the skin has been broken. Proper wound care must be done to prevent pigmentation and scarring problems. Make sure the provider sees this and offers wound care. Aquaphor +/- Biafine might be needed.