Safe and Effective Tattoo Removal in the Tri-Valley
Our laser tattoo removal treatments can comfortably and effectively remove a wide array of tattoo pigments. Lasers are generally the best way to remove tattoos in a cosmetically sensitive manner. Black, blue, red and many green tattoos can be effectively treated. Yellow, orange, and flesh-colored tattoos are often much more difficult.
We can work with almost any client to remove their tattoo. Fresh tattoos are easier to remove than old tattoos. However, your skin must heal for two months before the tattoo can be removed. Our laser is the most effective laser for removing tattoos, especially with as many colors as you have. It may take at least 5 or more sessions to remove your unwanted tattoos.
Laser tattoo removal can be a safe and successful option for a variety of people, whether or not they’re able to check off every item on this list.
Curious about how your tattoo can be removed? Contact us to schedule your free tattoo removal consultation today!
Tattoo Removal Before and Afters
Benefits of Tattoo Removal
Quicker sessions: Sessions shouldn’t be any longer than 15 to 30 minutes. We’ll schedule you a new session every six to eight weeks depending on your tattoo removal needs to ensure there is ample healing time in between sessions. This also helps to avoid any long-term side effects, like scarring, which can occur if the skin hasn’t had time to heal before the next treatment.
Fewer treatments: Generally, patients only require around three to seven treatments for the complete removal of their tattoo. The factors listed above will determine how many sessions you’ll expect and we will discuss this with you during your consultation.
Tattoo Removal FAQs
The laser light breaks apart ink pigments in the skin which are absorbed into the body and removed by the bloodstream.
Laser tattoo removal may take a couple of sessions. These sessions are quick, and most people describe the procedure as being less painful than getting the tattoo in the first place.
Most patients experience redness and swelling immediately following the treatment. These side effects are temporary.
In many cases, yes. However, it is very important to know that some ink colors are more difficult to clear than others.
Tattoo ink is deposited deep in the skin. In order to reach all of the ink in the skin, multiple treatment sessions are needed for clearance. The depth, size, and color of the tattoo also impact the number of treatments needed.