Q-Switched Tattoo Removal
Do you have an unwanted tattoo?
Successfully removing your tattoo will require 3 things:
1) The BEST laser technology available for your specific needs
2) The knowledge and experience needed to know which laser to use and
how to use it properly
3) Patience and proper aftercare from you
Clean Slate Laser prides itself in using nothing but the absolute best laser
tattoo removal technology available globally
How Many Sessions Will I Need To Remove My Tattoo?
The number of sessions needed to remove a tattoo depends on three factors: the age of the tattoo, the color of the ink, and the density of the ink.
Age: Older tattoos can be removed with fewer treatments than newer tattoos. A black ink tattoo that is 10 years old may take one or two treatments fewer than a 1 year old black tattoo. A 20 year old tattoo may take two to three treatments fewer than a 1 year old tattoo, but it's easy to remove if your tattoo is brand new like only about a month old
Color: Certain colors are more easily removed than others. Black and red tattoos are the easiest to remove. Orange, yellow, pink, purple, brown, and other shades are slightly more difficult to remove. The most difficult colors to remove are light green, light blue, and teal/turquoise. During the Free Consultation we will discuss the number of treatments you will likely need to remove certain colors.
Location: Because tattoo removal depends on the body to flush away the shattered ink particles, areas of the body with less circulation often take more time to show results. The toes, fingers, ears, and nose are areas that may show slower results.
Ink Density: Shading in a tattoo is easily removed. Some tattoos with letters use shading to fill in the outlines of the letters. Some tattoos with certain designs use shading for clouds or other visual effect. Shading will be removed in only a few sessions in most cases.
How much does laser tattoo romaval cost?
Pricing per session at a specialist can range from $65 to $700 per treatment, depending on the size and complexity of your tattoo.
What to expect after a treatment?
There are a handful of symptoms you might see post-treatment, including blisters, swelling, raising of the tattoo, pinpoint bleeding, redness, and temporary darkening. These are common and usually subside within a couple weeks. As always, consult your doctor with concerns.