How much does tattoo removal cost?

What is the laser tattoo removal price per session. Thank you.

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Tattoo removal prices.

February 25th, 2011

The laser is the most effective way to remove an unwanted tattoo. The costs vary based on size, but the average treatment session will start at 100$ per treatment.

Laser Tattoo Removal Cost

April 14th, 2014

The cost depends on the size of the tattoo. It starts from $100 per session for a small tattoo and increases based on the surface area that the tattoo covers. It will take approximately 6-8 sessions depending on the quality of the ink, 8-10 weeks apart for complete removal. Coloured tattoos may need more sessions, which again depend on the quality of the ink.

Tattoo Removal Cost

January 24th, 2014

Our prices start at 250.00 for a small tattoo per session. Keep in mind, all lasers are not created equal. You should research your Doctor and her laser experience and reputation. Sometimes a cheaper price will result in a suboptimal result. Good luck!

Web reference:http://drpelias.com/non-surgical/laser-treatments/tattoo-removal


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Cost for tattoo removal

December 29th, 2013

The costs for removing a tattoo will depend primarily on the size of the tattoo in question. Fees will typically start around $100-150 per session for smaller tattoos and will go up from there. The typical tattoo will require approximately 5-12 treatments about 6 weeks apart for complete removal. The colors of the tattoo and the quality of the ink as well as the laser system used will determine the amount of sessions necessary to obtain clearance. In my practice the vast majority of tattoos are able to be removed using only a Zimmer chiller device which alleviates the need for topical or injectable anesthesia.
Best of luck with the removal of your tattoo.

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Cost of Tattoo removal

December 29th, 2013

One treatment session will cost between $75 and $300 depending on where you live and how big your tattoo is. Multiple treatments with laser are needed to remove a tattoo, and no one can tell you how many sessions you will need, although an average is 5-10. Generally fewer sessions are needed for poorly done tattoos since the ink isn't as deep in the skin. Also, black tattoos are more easily removed than colored tattoos (with blue/green being the most difficult to remove).

Tattoo Removal Cost

September 9th, 2013

Each area about a business card size is $300. MedLite C6 is best known as the industry's gold standard laser for multi-colored tattoo removal. It also provides a wide range of other indications on all patient skin types.

Web reference:https://www.drjsalomon.com/tattoo_removal.asp

Charging Objectively

August 20th, 2013

The cost of removing a tattoo is based on the size measured in square inches. However, it is standard in most practices to consider the amount of ink within that measured area , in order to make it a more precise cost estimate.

What would have taken 8-12 sessions of tattoo removal treatments with previous laser technology, can be expected be take only 4-6 sessions the PicoSure laser !! This not only reduces the amount of time invested , but the overt cost of travel, appointments and time off!

Picosure picosecond laser for tattoo removal costs more per session but requires fewer sessions.

July 1st, 2013

Picosure (brand new picosecond pulse technology) works faster and is more effective on more difficult colors (greens, blues, etc), so there are fewer treatment sessions overall, with a cleaner result (and less scarring). Treatment sessions usually cost more, but there are fewer, with fewer trips to the doctor, less life disruption. It also works on tattoos that have been treated 10+ times with other lasers and just won't go away. Save your money and just do the Picosure first.

Web reference:http://www.ArtofDermatology.com

Cost of laser tattoo removal depends on the size of the tattoo.

July 30th, 2011

At our clinic small tattoos cost $79 per treatment. Larger tattoo treatments depend on laser treatment time required to do the treatment.

These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.

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