Laser Tattoo Removal
laser Specials starting at $89 up to 2 square inches
Introducing the new state-of-the-art “Trinity Laser Tattoo Removal”, by Astanza, we have been providing laser tattoo removal for many years, and now decided to add another laser machine called “Trinity”, it is more powerful and effective in black and colored tattoos than our old laser. It is a combined Q-switched Nd:YAG and Q-Switched Ruby laser….1064 nm- Dark tattoos (black, brown, purple), 532 nm- Light tattoos (red, orange, yellow), and 694 nm- Blue and green tattoos. If your tattoos don’t fit your life anymore, we can provide a solution under Dr. Melanie Carreon’s supervision. Our lasers allow for the removal of virtually every color of tattoo ink, with a minimum number of treatments. By removing the ink in your tattoo and minimizing the impact on your skin, our lasers can eliminate your tattoo without interrupting your life. Call for a free consultation now.
Frequently Asked Questions About Tattoo Removal
For specific information about your tattoo(s), a consultation would be required. During the consultation the tattoo(s) can be evaluated, all questions can be answered, risks and benefits covered, as well as establishing a price per treatment and approximate number of treatments needed.
Free consultations are available by appointment only.
How are tattoos removed?
The Nd: Q-switched 1064 nm YAG laser is one of the ways to remove tattoos. Earlier methods in tattoo removal involved the use of dermabrasion, salabrasion, surgery and CO2 lasers, but these procedures left behind scars or lighter skin in place of the tattoo.
Is the process painful?
The laser emits light in very short flashes of light called pulses. The impact of the energy from the powerful pulse of light is similar to the snap of a rubberband on the skin. The majority of patients do not require anesthesia.
How many treatment sessions will it take to remove the tattoo?
Homemade tattoos may require less treatments. Tattoo removal treatments may be spaced about 6-8 weeks. The number of treatments depends on the amount, type of ink used, and the depth of the ink in the skin, location of tattoo, along with individual health considerations.
Will the tattoo completely disappear?
In many cases, yes. However, it is very important to know that over 100 tattoo inks are in use worldwide today, none of which are regulated by the FDA. Not knowing which tattoo ink, how deep or how much was used, makes it difficult to predict the degree of removal on any given tattoo. Results may vary.
What type of post-treatment care is necessary?
A healing ointment and a dressing will be applied to the area. The treated area should be kept clean with continued application of ointment. A shower can be taken the next day, although the treated area should not be scrubbed.