Overview

Get Rid of Your Unwanted Tattoo

Procedure Cost

First 2" of skin

$99

Price listed is an estimate.

Get Rid of Your Unwanted Tattoo

Regret your tattoo? Consider having it permanently removed. Tattoo removal with lasers is a safe and effective procedure that will permanently get rid of your unwanted ink.

Though tattoos were once considered more permanent, new laser treatments can now break up the ink particles embedded in your skin. This treatment is much more effective than previous methods, which involved techniques like dermabrasion that could scar or damage the skin.

Some cells (or layers) in your skin don’t move or grow over time. When you get a tattoo, a needle places ink deep within these skin layers. These skin cells then absorb—or eat up—the tattoo ink, causing the ink to stay in your skin for years, or in theory, forever.

Pigment gives a tattoo its color. Lasers attack the pigment particles within those cells, causing the particles to break up into small pieces. Your cells will then naturally remove the pigment particles from your body.

Is Laser Tattoo Removal for You?

Look around at how many people have tattoos. Just as many of those people may end up thinking they should have done something different and would like their tattoo altered, changed, or removed. This is where tattoo removal (or tattoo reduction) comes into play.

Reasons patients may want a tattoo removed include:

  • new job requirements,
  • misspelled text,
  • tattoo regret, or
  • just growing bored of the tattoo. 

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Pico Laser Tattoo Removal

University of Utah Health’s cosmetic team is now offering the picosecond laser—the first advancement in laser tattoo removal in the last 20 years. In skilled hands, this laser can remove tattoo ink more effectively and with fewer treatments and potential complications than previous lasers.

How Do Picolasers Work?

The picolaser is the most precise piece of laser technology available to treat pigmented lesions and tattoos. It can release energy bursts as small as one-trillionth of a second. These energy bursts allow the laser to target very small pigment particles. Picoseconds are to a second what a second is to 32,000 years.

Picosecond lasers do a much better job of breaking up tattoo ink particles than earlier laser models.

Please call us to schedule a consultation for pico laser tattoo removal.

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If you would like to see a dermatologist for your aesthetic services, please call:

801-581-2955

If you would like to see a facial plastic surgeon for your aesthetic services, please call:

801-587-2173

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