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Laser Tattoo Removal in Charlotte

Laser Tattoo Removal in Charlotte

Hrs: Call for a one on one consultationServices: Laser tattoo removal performed with the Medilite C3 laser; safely removes tattoos comfortably without any scarring. This laser removal tool promises to remove all color tattoos.

Pricing must call it depends on the size and color of the tattoo.

The clinic consists of Board Certified surgeons in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Note: If you are leery of the tattoo parlor that performs tattoo removal, this is your best bet. The doctors here are board certified and specialize in this procedure.

Vanish Ink

1315 East Blvd.

Pricing $149 $249 per procedure, (please call to get pricing for your specific tattoo)

Note; this is the perfect place for those of you who love the tattoo atmosphere with a separate office for the tattoo removal. You can have the ambiance of the tattoo artist and the clinical aspect of a doctor’s office.

Immortal Images Tattoo

3750 Monroe Rd

Charlotte, NC 28205Hrs: T Th 12pm 9pm, F S 11am 10pmServices: Immortal images uses the Revlite Q switched ND: YAG laser, which can lighten or remove most tattoos.

Pricing: a deposit is required for every procedure, it can range from $50 $100, please contact the studio for specific pricing.

Note: All artists at immortal tattoo that perform the laser tattoo removal are inspected by the Mecklenburg County Health Department, annually and their autoclave is tested every month to confirm sterility. This is for all of you die hard tattoo enthusiast, yeah!

Consumer Info: Please check out any tattoo removal clinic or shop; make sure that they are clean and medically sanitary before having any procedure performed. Laser tattoo removal can be a fairly simple procedure, depending on the size, color and location of the tattoo and the number of treatments will vary accordingly.

You should always schedule a consultation before you begin any procedure. A topical anesthesia or injection may be needed at the site of the tattoo depending on its location, and there may be a lightening of pigment in the treated area. There may also be tenderness and a possible scar. So be an educated consumer and investigate before you have any procedure done and be safe.

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