Black ink is the most common ink used in tattoos. Other colors such as red, yellow, green, orange and blue are also common. Many other colors exist, such as peach and white, along with custom color variations that are created by the tattoo artists by mixing various colors. Laser tattoo removal works by choosing a laser wavelength that will target a … Read More > about Common Tattoo Ink Colors: Which laser treats what?
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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The FDA regulates cosmetics and color additives, and tattoo inks fall under the jurisdiction of FDA as well. It is interesting to note that there are NO tattoo pigments that are FDA approved for injection into your skin. The contents of tattoo inks are closely guarded trade secrets, and there may be no set standards for ink manufacturers. Labeling … Read More > about Tattoo ink content – consistently inconsistent
In Wisconsin, warmth and the sun are fast becoming a distant memory. Winter is around the corner! If you are planning a vacation during the frozen months to come, and are in the midst of your tattoo removal journey, you should keep sun protection in mind. Remember that your treated tattoo site is more susceptible to sun burn; if you are sunburned … Read More > about Going on vacation and in the process of laser tattoo removal? Protect your skin from the sun!