Do you charge for a consultation?


No. You will need to provide us with your health history, type of tattoo, age of tattoo. One of our laser tattoo removal specialists will explain the procedure and your options for tattoo removal. They will answer any questions along with providing price per treatment.

Can most tattoos be treated?


The great majority of tattoos, whether professional or amateur, respond to our laser treatments. Some pigments, especially green, orange and yellow are more difficult than other colors to eradicate, but even they usually respond following a prolonged course of treatments. What separates us from most laser tattoo removal clinics is that our technology allows us to remove a full spectrum of colors where other clinics have only the technology to remove certain colors.

Who can benefit from laser tattoo removal? What about patients with previously treated tattoos?

Everyone can benefit from laser tattoo removal, regardless of whether your tattoo was previously treated. We will treat your tattoo properly, using top-of-the-line laser tattoo removal technology. Currently, we use a Cynosure RevLite, a 4 wavelength Q-switched tattoo removal system. Morphd specializes in getting it right the first time and even repairing tattoo removal work done by other clinics with older technology that may not be as effective as some of the newer lasers we use.

Does it hurt?

It can sting a little and feels like having an elastic band snapped against your skin. We use a specialized Cooling System which applies chilled air to maximize your comfort.

What kind of laser do you have?

We have a Cynosure RevLite, It has the capabilities to remove full color, administering more power, with less adverse reaction. Antiquated circular light has unevenly distributed energy and hot spots, which has the tendency to break open the skin, severely blister the tissue which leads to scarring. The Revlite's flat top beam distributes the energy evenly in the tissue, leaving no hot spots and twice the energy to break up your tattoo.

How do you determine how my skin will react with the laser?

Each of our treatments begins with a test spot so we can determine how your skin reacts to UV light.

Can you treat minors?

Yes, under 18 years of age can be treated, with parental consent.

How many laser tattoo removal treatments will I need?


This depends on your tattoo – its size, color, and the depth of penetration of the ink among other factors. An amateur tattoo may need 2-5 treatments. A professional multi-colored design might need 5-12 or more treatments. One purpose of our free consultation is to discuss how many treatments are necessary to remove your unique tattoo.

How long is the tattoo removal procedure?


A tattoo removal treatment is typically a very quick process completed in just a few minutes. A consultation and treatment included doesn’t exceed 30 minutes.

What is the healing process after getting treated with laser tattoo removal technology?


With normal tattoo removal treatments, you can expect to be in bandages for up to 1 week from the time of your treatments. With the new laser technology available at our clinic, you can expect to be in bandages for only about 4 hours. After getting treated, you can expect to see swelling and redness for about 24-72 hours following the procedure. The treated area will feel like a sunburn.

How do I protect my tattoo between treatments?

To keep your tattoo protected between treatments, keep it dry and out of the sun. Do not place anything over the tattoo and stay away from regular or spray tanning.

How long is it in between treatments?

Initially we start the process spacing treatments 8 weeks apart and then gradually move treatments out to 6 weeks. It’s more effective to give your body time to digest the ink, therefore giving you better results.

Does laser tattoo removal scar?


With the latest in technology and technique, our facility is able to provide less than a 5% chance of scarring to the treated areas. Keep in mind that once you remove the ink from your tattoo, the scaring left form the tattoo needle is still present.

Is it easier to remove tattoos from certain parts of the body over others?


It is easier to remove tattoos from the parts of your body that have more circulation. For example, it would be easier to remove something on the neck or chest compared to a finger or toe.

How much does it cost?


During our free initial consultation, we will estimate the amount of treatments your tattoo will need based on colors and size, with size being the overall factor. Financing and military/emergency service

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