How much does a laser tattoo removal specialist charge?

Depends on size. I perform a lot of ltr the price starts at $200 a session and thst would be for a tattoo arounf 1 inch so 2 letters, a ring on a finger. I charge $100 an inch up to 6 sq inched then $50 per most tattoos about the size of a credit card come to $350 per and if its say a half sleeve that could break $1000 again the average person needs 8 sessions.

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Does your office do laser tattoo removal? Julie

Yes. I have been performing LTR for about 7 years. I am on long island I would recommend you only go to a physician well trained in LTR using FDA approved Q switched lasers. A serious office will have 2 to 5 lasers specifically for LTR Good Luck. Read more...

Is laser tattoo removal harmful for the eyes?

Yikes. I hope you have not gotten tatoos on the facial structures around your eyes or your eyelids. The lasers used to remove tats are strong and could do significant harm to the eyes if misdirected. You should wear eye protection if the instrument is used near your eyes. Read more...
Yes. This is a laser that can cause blindness and other i related problems. It is critically important that you wear appropriate eye protection during your treatment and do not have treatments performed over your eyes. Read more...
Yes. Eye protection is mandatory, as this laser can destroy the pigment in the eye, and cause scarring and blindness. Read more...
Yes. Q switched lasers are gold standard for tattoo removal if you are having this done make sure you are provided with proper eyewear an if the tattoo on your face steel eyeshields are a must. Read more...

What amount does laser tattoo removal cost?

Varies. The standard is about $100 per sq inch of solid ink for the first 5 inches then it goes down to about $75. The cost varies with difficulty , the colors in the tattoo the lasers required for removal can be costly to operate. A good figure is a credit card size tattoo that is black will cost about $3000 by the time you are done with all the treatments. Read more...