The great thing about lasers is that they break up tattoo pigment and allow your tattoo to fade away over time, giving you a clean slate. The potentially bad thing about lasers is that during laser tattoo removal treatment, the laser does not care if the pigment is in the form of ink in your tattoo or in the form of pigment in a mole or other skin … Read More > about Pigmented Skin Lesions and Laser Tattoo Removal
Have a Tatttoo You’d Like Removed?
The two most common questions we get asked are “How many treatments will it take to remove my tattoo?” and “What does it cost to have laser tattoo removal?” The number of treatments needed is variable, but in general it can take 5-12 treatments to remove a tattoo, depending upon the amount of ink present, location of the tattoo, ink colors present and your overall health. Pricing starts at $99 per session; exact pricing will be given at time of your consult visit.
Thirty Years of Clinical Experience
Remove a Tattoo is the cutting-edge source for physician performed tattoo removal in the Milwaukee area. At Remove a Tattoo in Glendale, all treatments are provided by Dr. Greg Brotzman, so you can expect a higher level of care and expertise.
Dr. Brotzman is a physician with over 30 years of clinical experience in family medicine and has been recognized as a Best Doctor by Milwaukee Magazine four times.
Can You Really Remove My Tattoo?
Yes! Our Astanza Trinity technology is the most powerful and versatile on the market, so we can treat virtually all ink colors on all skin types for complete removal results. If you have unusual inks in your tattoo, Talk to Dr. Brotzman during your free consultation to see what we can do for your skin.
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If you plan getting a tattoo placed over an area where you have a pigmented skin lesion such as a mole or a birth mark, you would be wise to have the area checked by your doctor before you have it covered with tattoo ink. The reason for this is that the ink from a tattoo can obscure the surface appearance of moles or other skin lesions. This can … Read More > about Pigmented Skin Lesions and Tattoos
As I was looking outside a window today, watching the snow fall, I thought to myself the following; "Why the heck do I live here???" I mean, this snow is ridiculous! It seems like winter is taking forever. I just can not wait until all this snow is gone. And at that moment, I thought about how often I have heard similar words from clients who were … Read More > about How are unwanted tattoos and snow alike?