Feb 27, 2018

Top Reason for Tattoo Removal

1.) It’s a bad tattoo.

A poorly executed tattoo performed by an inexperienced artist is common. Especially the jobs done inside of friend’s apartments. Misspelled tattoos are surprisingly common. 

2.) Tattoo has faded over time.

A tattoo’s coloring can fade away. What was once a bright detailed tattoo now looks lighter, duller, and more blurry. 

3.) A relationship ended.

Did you get a tattoo to commemorate what you thought was the love of your life? Sometimes, if a relationship comes to an end, you start to look at a tattoo differently. Then you come to TattooRemovers.ink. 

4.) Tattoo went out of style.

If you got your tattoo based on a passing trend you might be considering laser tattoo removal. 

5.) You’d like to make a career change.

New career might need to mean new you. Some employers might favor a candidate without visible tattoos on the hands, arms, neck, and especially face. 

6.) You’d like to get a different tattoo now.

Some people would like to clear the canvas for new artwork. If you want new ink, you have to get rid of the old first. Laser tattoo removal will not prevent you from getting a future tattoo in that area. 

7.) Your spouse is not a fan.

We applaud individuals who are true to themselves, but maybe you have a tattoo that bugs your most significant other and are considering getting it removed. 

8.) You’re plain and simply over it.

People change their minds. People fall out of love with their tattoo. We get a lot of these cases at our facility.

You have your reasons for wanting laser tattoo removal. Contact us online today to schedule your appointment @ 03- 7710 2295 Or visit to our website – http://www.dermlaze.com.my

Feb 12, 2018

Liposuction: What You Should Know

Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that removes fat that you can’t seem to get rid of through diet and exercise.
A plastic or dermatologic surgeon usually does the procedure on your hips, belly, thighs, buttocks, or face to improve their shape. But liposuction can also be done with other plastic surgeries, including facelifts, breast reductions, and tummy tucks.

Am I a Good Candidate?

You’ll want to have realistic expectations. Liposuction won’t get rid of cellulite, so if you hoped you’d come out of surgery without any, you’re out of luck.
Liposuction is a surgical procedure, and with it comes risks. So you need to be in good health before you get it. That means you must at least:
  • Be within 30% of your ideal weight
  • Have firm, elastic skin
  • Not smoke
Doctors don’t recommend the procedure if you have health problems with blood flow or have heart diseasediabetes, or a weak immune system.

What Should I Know Beforehand?

The first step is to consult with your surgeon. Talk about your goals, the options, the risks and benefits, and the costs. Ask all your questions.
If you decide to go ahead with liposuction, your surgeon will give you instructions on how to prepare for it. These may include diet and alcohol restrictions.
Tell your surgeon about any allergies you have and any medications you take, including over-the-counter and herbal supplements. She will likely recommend you stop taking certain meds, such as blood thinners and certain painkillers several weeks before surgery.

What Should I Expect?

Your liposuction may take place at your doctor's office or a surgery center. Make sure that the place where you’re getting it done is accredited, and is known for its professional standards, safety and good results.
  • You’ll go home the day of the procedure. Make sure to have someone drive you home afterward. (If you’re having a lot of fat removed, you should get the surgery done in a hospital, where you might stay overnight).
  • Before your liposuction starts, your doctor might mark the areas of your body that will be treated. She may also take photos to use later for before-and-after comparisons.
  • Next you'll get general anesthesia -- which means you will not be awake during the procedure -- or a “local,” which means you will be awake but not feel any pain.

Types of Liposuction

There are just a few different liposuction techniques. But what they all have in common is the use of a thin tube, called a cannula, connected to a vacuum to suction the fat from your body.
Tumescent liposuction is the most common technique. Your surgeon injects a sterile solution into the area where the fat is to be removed. It consists of saline -- which is salt water - along with lidocaine and epinephrine. The solution makes it easier to suction the fat with less blood loss and pain.
Ultrasound-assisted liposuction, or UAL, uses sound waves energy under your skin to rupture the cell walls of the fat. This liquefies the fat so it can be suctioned out.
Laser-assisted liposuction, or SmartLipo, uses a laser to produce a burst of energy to liquefy the fat. 

How Long Is Recovery?

You might not have to stay in the hospital depending on the type of surgery you had. But you should expect bruising, swelling, and soreness for at least a few weeks.
Your surgeon may require you to wear a compression garment for 1 to 2 months after surgery to control swelling.
You’ll probably also have to take some antibiotics to prevent infection. Most people can return to work within a few days and get back to normal activities within 2 weeks. But every person is different.
Ask your plastic surgeon specific questions about what your recovery will be like, including:
  • What medications will I need to take?
  • Will I wear bandages?
  • Will I have stitches, and when will they be removed?
  • When can I exercise again?
  • Do I need to come back for a follow-up visit?

Are the Results Permanent?

The fat cells are removed permanently during liposuction. But you can gain weight back, with new fat cells, which usually go to different areas of your body.
To keep your new shape after surgery, follow a diet that includes lots of lean protein, fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy. And exercise regularly.

Source: https://www.webmd.com/beauty/cosmetic-procedure-liposuction#1