Industrial piercing jewelry and tattoo removal can be a very expensive process, and the demand for these piercing services is growing at an alarming rate.
As well as being a time-consuming, time-sensitive procedure, removing the tattoos can also result in damage to your physical health.
This is a situation where you will be in need of professional help, with a lot of piercing services requiring your tattoo removal to be done by a licensed healthcare professional.
One of Australia’s leading tattoo removal specialists, Dr James Gwynne, said the tattoo removal industry was “a huge industry” in Australia and there were “a lot of people who need this treatment”.
“It’s a very dangerous process, so I’d say you need a licensed professional to help you through it,” Dr Gwynney said.
“I would suggest that any tattoo removal done by the tattooist is to be covered under a licence.”
Dr Glynne said a licensed tattoo removal practitioner was needed to remove all tattoos in order to ensure the safety of the tattooing patient and the health of the client.
“If you’re a tattoo removal artist and you’ve had a tattoo, it’s very, very important to have that tattoo removed.”
You need to get a tattoo removed that is safe, that’s consistent with the tattoo you’ve got, so that’s the most important thing.
“[A tattoo removal] is really important if you’re having an infection or a reaction. “
If a tattoo is bleeding or inflamed, it can’t be covered and it’s an unnecessary procedure,” Dr Tucketts said.
“[A tattoo removal] is really important if you’re having an infection or a reaction.
It can affect the way you function, and it can affect your quality of life, so if you have an infection, you need to have it removed.”
‘No one wants to pay’ Dr Tungsten is one of the few tattoo removal services in Australia that is based in the Perth CBD.
He said that while there was no shortage of tattoo removal in the area, he would only recommend a licensed practitioner to perform the procedure on a client.
Dr Tinkert, who works out of his studio, said he had seen the demand and the lack of options for tattoo removal.
“It was a very frustrating experience.
It was difficult to find an artist to work out the process,” Dr Dyer said.
I would suggest you would have to look for a licensed provider to do it.” “
And a lot fewer people wanted to pay for the procedure.
I would suggest you would have to look for a licensed provider to do it.”
“I think people are going to be forced to go through the process anyway,” Dr J Tungen said.
‘No-one wants to see them’ Dr JTungen, who also has a private practice in the CBD, said tattoo removal was not a popular procedure in Perth, due to the risk involved.
“You’re not going to see many people who go through it because there are so many other options for people,” Dr R J Tuckert said.
Photo: James Alcock “You’ve got to go and get a licensed surgeon to do the procedure, otherwise you’ll have to get your hands dirty.”
And there are no-one-more-than-one tattoo removal providers in Perth.
“I’ve had clients come to me and say ‘I’ve got a tattoo on my arm that’s hurting me, I’m not sure if I can do it.’
And I say ‘well it’s a licensed doctor you can go and do it’.”
And then they get to the end of the line and the next day they get a call saying they’re in a very serious condition.
“People are going through this with no-where to go, and they’re going to have to go somewhere else.”
Dr Tongsten said he understood people might not want to pay, and he had to explain the procedure to people who were unsure.
“The problem with people who don’t want to do tattoo removal is that they’re not likely to see it,” he said.
“If you have a tattoo that’s bleeding or if you’ve been exposed to some form of tattoo, you might have some health issues that require treatment, and people don’t see it that way.”
It’s not the same as having your body exposed to that tattoo.
“Dr Tuckerton said tattooing could cause problems for the body, as it could “cause scarring” and “cause damage to the tissue”.
He said it was “very difficult to remove” tattoos without damaging the skin, and would require the tattoo artist to “look very closely at the tattoo”.
Dr Gathers, from tattoo removal treatment centre Invergordon, said she saw tattoo removal performed on many