July 23

Tattoo Removal on Diabetics

On diabetic patients, healing may be compromised, for that reason you will need your doctors approval before undergoing treatment.

In terms of caution, being a diabetic patient is classed as (strong) cautionary. However as the severity of a diabetic condition differs from person to person, treatment suitability should be assessed on a case by case basis taking into account: if the patient’s condition is well-controlled, healing ability, propensity to develop infection and depending on the location and style of tattoo. Safety is paramount at LaserYou so a diabetic patient must consult their GP and get approval in writing, then be referred to the clinics insurers. Laser Tattoo Removal is less likely to be approved on a patient with type 1 diabetes.


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