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Tattoo Removal

To remove tattoos we use an Intense Pulse Light (IPL) laser. It is very effective at reducing pigmented and colored ink of all types, including old tattoos, as well as new ones that you may regret. IPL is cleared by FDA and provides dramatic results with minimal downtime and some temporary discomfort. The secret behind IPL tattoo removal is selectively choosing the wavelength of light that matches the colored pigment to be removed. It is possible to choose black, blue, green, yellow and red colors, as well as the depth the ink has been tattooed. With customized approach, we can selectively remove each color of your tattoo, for complete removal over a succession of treatment.

How quickly will I notice results?

Gradual improvement of the treated area can first be seen within the first to second treatment.

How much visible reduction in my tattoo can I expect?

In clinical studies, patients report an average reduction of 80-100% in as little as 5-8 treatments. This depends on the exact medical history of your tattoo and where it is located.

Is the treatment safe?

Yes, this treatment is safe and effective for all skin types and colors. There are some short term side effects that must be discussed with the doctor.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does a laser remove tattoos?

The laser energy passes harmlessly through the outer layer of your skin to target the tattoo ink directly. The laser fragments the ink into smaller components, which allows your body to absorb the ink and process it naturally.

Can all the colors be removed from my tattoo?

We can remove most colors completely. While some colors require more treatments than other colors, even the most challenging colors will usually fade to a point where they are nearly impossible to see.