Tattoo Medics

Frequently Asked Questions

Laser Tattoo Removal

How Does it Work?

Our laser’s highly-focused light energy shatters ink particles in your skin’s live layer. Your body’s natural cleaning and filtering system then picks up and disposes of the fragments.

How Much Does it Cost?

Our pricing is extremely competitive, even when compared to non-physicians using older technology.  Since the cost of laser tattoo removal is extremely specific to the tattoo, we can generate price quotes in person only, during a free consultation.

To make our services even more accessible, we offer flexible payment plans, special pre-payment discounts, and zero-percent financing.

Can I Get a Price Over the Phone or Send a Photo?

Tattoos must be examined in person for accurate pricing to be given. Consultations are fast, free, and a perfect way to meet us, tour our beautiful facility, and get your questions answered.

Is it Safe?

In the hands of a physician, it’s extremely safe. TattooMedics complies with all safety standards required by OSHA, in a clean and modern facility. Dr. Rosol follows evidence-based guidelines for best, safest results.

Does it Leave Scars or Other Marks?

Scarring is extremely rare with the PicoSure laser. Changes in your skin’s background pigment can happen and are usually temporary.

Does it Hurt?

It can, but it shouldn’t. We don’t recommend undergoing treatments without anesthetics. Dr. Rosol, being a licensed physician, offers more effective numbing options than our competitors can. Most health insurance prescription plans cover the cost of numbing medications.

If you are a candidate for EMLA cream, the following video shows how to apply it properly.

Can You Definitely Remove My Tattoo?

Some colors (black, blue, and green) are generally easier to remove than others. We usually can’t know the exact composition of your tattoo ink, nor can we always predict how your particular skin will respond to treatment. Most tattoos cooperate extremely well and vanish completely. While we can’t promise we’ll erase every tattoo without a trace, we believe you have the very best shot at removal with TattooMedics.

What if I'm Pregnant? Can I Still Have My Tattoo Removed?

We’ll wait for the baby to come and then get right on that tattoo.

What's the Ugliest Tattoo You've Ever Removed?

As with any medical practice, we adhere to strict doctor/patient confidentiality. Sometimes our patients give us permission to share their stories and pictures. We hope someday soon to add your success story to our Before & After gallery!

Come in for your free quote!

Skin Rejuvenation

What Can the Picosure Laser Do?

The PicoSure is THE laser for tattoo removal, but it can do so much more! With its Focus Lens Array (FLA), our PicoSure can reverse the effects of aging, sun damage, and acne scarring. Common benign pigmented lesions, such as age spots, freckles, and malasma, can also be erased. Treatments are gentle, yet effective. In most cases recovery is easy, with no downtime.

How Does it Work?

As we age, the cells in our skin responsible for manufacturing and maintaining its protein structure become less and less active. Our PicoSure Focus Lens Array (FLA) splits the laser’s powerful beam into a “paintbrush” of weak and strong beams that penetrate into the skin, gently stimulating these cells back to activity. The result is the same smooth and supple skin as in youth. The very same treatments also erase age spots, freckles, and malasma, for a smooth, radiant complexion.

How Long Does it Take?

A full facial treatment takes 30-40 minutes. A minimum of 4 treatments is necessary for best results, and additional maintenance treatments may be added as needed. Time between visits is 1 month.

Is it Painful?

Most people experience a mild to moderate discomfort during the treatment. There can be mild swelling and a sunburn sensation for 1 to 2 days after.

Is it Safe?

PicoSure FLA treatments are extremely safe in the hands of a physician following established treatment protocols.

How Do I Know What I Need?

In a free consultation and examination, we will discuss your personalized recommended treatment plan.