Tattoo removal is now a common practice among many people. If you are not happy with a tattoo or you just want to change and have a different tattoo, it is now possible to do it using laser technology. It is more advanced, and in fact, through laser tattoo removal, no unsightly marks are left after removal if you want to remove a tattoo in New York, it is important that you opt for reputable laser tattoo removal experts. You can identify good technicians through a small research.
You should opt for technicians who have full-service tattoo removal facility. Watch out for facilities in Boston and New York tattoo removal that have state of the art lasers. It is also good to seek for tattoo removal services from certified and experienced technicians. Through the technician’s experience gained over the years, you will get agood service.
There are many laser tattoo removal facilities in New York. It is therefore advisable to compare the various facilities in order to identify the most appropriate one for you. Remember the success of laser tattoo removal depends on various variables. The experts from New York’s tattoo removal centers usually seek for additional information about the type of tattoo that you require, your age, the ink type and skin tone before quoting the cost of the service. It is, therefore, a good idea to cooperate with them for better results.
It’s Saturday and its Photohunt day. I don’t have any picture in mind that would match this week’s theme (painted) except the snapshot of this man whose back is adorned with tattoo.
The tattoed man is actually an inmate at the Maximum Security Compound of the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa City. The other man holding a pen-like object was his fellow inmate, who is a known tattoo artist at the same tightly-guarded area. The object is an improvised handmade tattooing tool covered with thick layers of thread.
This picture had been used to support the banner story published by People’s Tonight sometime in October 2004. The news feature focused on the susceptibility of inmates to blood-borne diseases such as hepatitis B, which is transmitted from having unprotected sex, sharing drug needles, and getting a tattoo or body piercing with dirty needles and tools.
Some authorities interviewed for the story would not admit the incidence rate of hepa B cases (if there are), but confirmed the existence of sharing of drug needles, unprotected sex with different (women) visitors, and unhygienic use of tattooing devices.
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