Tallahassee Tattoo Removal
Results with Each Treatment
At Tallahassee Tattoo Removal, getting rid of unwanted ink is our expertise. We want to give you the success story you’ve been looking for! Laser tattoo removal is the only non-surgical method that can effectively remove unwanted ink to completion.
Most patients need between 5 to 10 treatments before seeing complete removal. However, some older or faded tattoos can be fully treated with only 3 to 4 treatments. Many factors are taken into consideration when determining the number of treatments you will need, including the size, age, and colors of your tattoo. Our Astanza Duality is able to eliminate ink in as few treatments as possible.
A minimum of 6 to 8 weeks is needed between treatment sessions to give your skin enough time to heal before receiving another treatment. After just a few sessions, you will see your tattoo fade significantly until it looks like nothing was ever there before!
Tattoo removal is just as big of a decision as getting a tattoo applied. We want you to feel completely comfortable with the procedure before going forward. Call our office today to schedule a free consultation where we’ll conduct a personal tattoo assessment and answer any additional questions you may have about the process.
How It Works
When a tattoo is applied, ink is injected into the dermis – the deepest layer of skin. Immediately after insertion, your body detects the ink as a foreign substance and actively tries to remove it from your skin. This is why many old tattoos lose color and become faded over time. Unfortunately, most ink particles are too big to remove so they remain trapped in the dermis, which is why tattoos are permanent.
Laser tattoo removal speeds up this fading process by emitting powerful pulses of light energy onto the skin, causing the tattoo ink pigment to shatter into tiny fragments. This allows the body’s immune system to naturally remove the tiny ink particles much faster than they would normally. Our Astanza Duality laser is specifically designed to selectively target ink deep inside the skin for optimal ink clearance.