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Welcome to your Tattoo Removal quiz. Thank you for taking time for the online tests. This will test your knowledge of Tattoo Removal. You can download the certificates at the end of the test.
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State which of the following statements is not true:
State which ones of the following statements are true:
State which one of the following statements about electrical arcing is likely to be true:
With most expensive laser tattoo removal equipment there is no need to perform any patch testing.
When performing a patch test for tattoo removal using electrical arcing:
When using electrical arcing for tattoo removal treatments:
What is the maximum approximate size of the area of the tattoo it is recommended to treat at a time?
If the area of the tattoo you just treated starts bleeding slightly:
When using voltaic arcing, like any lasers for tattoo removal, the after-care is:
Is it true that tanning, artificial tanning lamps and tanning products must be avoided for at least 3 months before any tattoo removal treatment, including laser treatments?
The most important things to do during the after-care before any scab forms are:
Once the scab forms:
When advertising for tattoo removal using electrical arcing (also referred to as plasma) you should say:
Soon after every treatment you should:
If the tattoo is placed on a part of the body which is subject to stretching or folding like elbows, knees, underarms or areas easily subject to infections like the groin area:
If three days after the treatment the scab has not formed yet:
If you want to use osmosis after electrical arcing, what type of sodium chloride can you use?
In tattoo removal, if the area you treat is not easily subject to infections or does not present challenges in the after-care, why do you use osmosis after applying the electrical arcing?
The first time I use electrical arcing for tattoo removal:
The intensity of the treatment, when using osmosis for tattoo removal is primarily dictated by:
When you apply fine sterile sodium chloride on the part of the tattoo you treated you should not:
Although we all refer to it as "tattoo removal", technically, each session, either with lasers or electrical arcing:
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