Tattoo Removal is a safe and effective procedure to fully or partially remove skin tattoos that are no longer desired. Using advanced laser therapy, this procedure is both precise and efficient.
There are several options for removing your tattoos, including laser removal and intense pulsed light therapy. Most tattoos require multiple sessions to effectively remove, where each session takes between 15-30 minutes with minimal discomfort.
How does Tattoo removal work ?
Laser removal targets the ink with highly concentrated light that breaks the ink into tiny fragments that are then cleared by the patient’s immune system.
Black tattoo pigment absorbs all laser wavelengths, making it the easiest color to treat. Other colors can only be treated by selected lasers based upon the pigment color.
What can Tattoo removal treat ?
Tattoo removal might be for you if you are unhappy with your tattoo for whatever the reason.
What is a Tattoo removal session like ?
Your dermatologist will optimal laser for tattoo removal based on your skin tone and tattoo colors. A laser pulse sends energy into the tattoo to break apart the ink into smaller fragments, which is then naturally cleared away by your body. Multiple sessions are often required to achieve optimal results.
What results can be expected from Tattoo removal ?
Once the ink fragments are broken up and cleared by your immune system, the tattoo will be completely gone.
Get Tattoo Removal treatment at Atlanta, Georgia
This Forefront Dermatology clinic, is led by board-certified dermatologists, Dr. Gregory Cox, Dr. Elizabeth Burns, Dr. Emily de Golian and Dr. Rachael Bush, offering Tattoo Removal treatment to the residents of Atlanta, Georgia.
Call (404) 459-9177 or fill out the consult form to request your appointment today.
Interested in Tattoo Removal Treatment? Request a consultation with a skin specialist today.
For patients scheduling who are under 18 years of age (19 in Alabama) please make sure you have permission from your parent or legal guardian to schedule this appointment. Your parent or legal guardian must accompany you on your initial visit and on certain subsequent visits to provide appropriate informed consent.