Yes. Removal of an existing tattoo has a painful, if temporary, effect on the skin around the tattoo and can scar it.
Is tattoo removal temporary?
This varies over time. Most removal of old tattoos usually occurs within a period of four months, although it may take longer if there is an underlying cause of skin cancer, such as a chronic infection.
Where can I get more information about the effects of tattoo removal?
For specific instructions on removing an existing tattoo, see: How to remove a tattoo.
Are there any risks to re-attaching tattoos? Are there any other risks involved?
Yes. Tattoos can be re-attached by a professional. Re-attachment of a tattoo is not always the safest option. Uncontrolled tattoo removal can lead to scarring and it may take at least a year to recover completely.
You may be liable to legal action and fines if you put another tattoo on a person without their permission.
If you are being tattooed, have a professional tattoo specialist look after the person who needs to have the tattoo removed.
You may have the option of having your tattoo removed by an elective or cosmetic surgeon. However, it is very important that you know the risks attached to tattoo removal.
A day after the Toronto City Council refused to endorse a resolution by Toronto Councillor Joe Mihevc calling on the city’s police service to investigate the police services board for spending millions of dollars funding the hiring of the controversial “diversity” program.
The Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) released a report saying that the money spent on hiring and training the Diversity Services Officers (DSA) came from the police budget and was not a by-product of other city services.
In Mihevc’s motion to pass a motion calling for the TPSB’s investigation, Council member Josh Matlow said that the $24 million the police budget “was not available for the TPSB to allocate.” Mihevc questioned whether that money was being spent correctly in his motion.
According to the TPSB, the funding was only used for the training and recruitment of Toronto Police Staff and Staff-Sergeant in Diversity. The hiring of the DSA was not related to the police budget because staff members at the TPSB were unable to find enough DSA personnel to fill each position.
Matlow is not happy about that explanation.
“I am deeply concerned
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