Laser tattoo removal has been used safely and effectively for over a century.
It is a safe, painless, minimally invasive treatment. It is performed on most body parts by a licensed, certified medical professional using FDA-approved, FDA-approved procedures.
With lasers, patients are able to see through the tattoo removal process and remove large amounts of ink within 48 hours without the need for further healing treatments and procedures.
After laser tattoo removal, the tattoo can be easily removed or covered up with body art using a variety of artistic techniques, from tattoos made using the same laser used to remove the tattoo (the laser tattoo) to tattooing techniques that mimic the nature of the tattoo by not allowing any ink to go through the skin (the self ink tattoo). Laser tattoo removal is the safest and most effective treatment available.
How can I find professional laser tattoo removal providers?
There are many options for laser tattoo removal but the only right solution is the Laser Treatment Center, or LTC. LTC’s are licensed, trained physicians with the education and training to perform laser tattoo removal procedures.
There are many LTC facilities in North America! Please click on the map below to find a center nearest you:
Check out our laser tattoo removal videos for additional helpful information on what you can expect from laser tattoo removal.
Do you need a laser tattoo removal estimate?
We can provide an estimate on laser tattoo removal so that you can make the right decisions when it comes to laser tattoo removal. We can provide this estimate by completing our standard questionnaire:
Contact us today to get an estimate!
Do you need to have a LTC professional onsite?
Once you have made sure that your tattoo is properly removed, we ask that you bring your tattooed area to the nearest LTC location, where we can perform a full body laser tattoo treatment.
If you have questions or need advice after you have had your laser tattoo removed, we will be happy to give you more information and discuss options for the treatment.
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