Laser Removal FAQ

Do you have a tattoo that you no longer want?
Many people do.  We see people every day that have tattoo regrets.  That ex's name, that trendy tribal armband, that lower back tattoo that seemed like a great idea, once upon a time, which may not fit with your lifestyle now?  Thankfully tattoos do not have to be permanent anymore!
How are tattoos removed?
Specialized laser equipment uses a profoundly strong beam of light to lighten or completely remove tattoo pigment from your skin. Different wavelengths of light treat different colors of tattoo pigment. Thankfully we utilize multiple wavelengths here at River City Laser Removal , so you can be confident that we will achieve optimal removal results.
What are treatments like?
Initially , you will come in for a consultation with one of our Certified Laser Specialists to discuss if laser removal is right for you. You will then fill out general health paperwork and a release form (please bring your government issued I.D.) . Once you and the Laser Specialist are comfortable that all questions and concerns have been addressed the removal process can begin in one of our private rooms .
How does Laser removal feel?
We utilize cryo-therapy technology to desensitize the treatment area before , during , and after the treatment. Not only does this make the treatment more pleasant for you , but it also helps prevent tissue damage . Some clients have described the feeling of the laser like the snap of a rubber band on the skin , followed by the feeling of sunburn.
How do I set an appointment?
Call or come by our Boulevard Location  for scheduling .
How many appointments will i need?
We can give you an estimate range at time of consultation , keeping in mind there are several unforeseen factors that can affect the number of treatments . Some of them include but are not limited to ink composition , your immune system , location of the tattoo on your body , and color of the ink.
How do I care for the area after treatment?
Your Removal Specialist will cover a complete list of care instructions at the time of treatment.