Laser Centers of Dallas LLC offers the most effective way to remove a tattoo. We also provide easy solutions to treat toenail fungus. The laser technology we use has proven results.

We are ready to stretch our work schedule to help you with the laser treatment. Our services are cost-effective, and our treatment packages offers are a great value.

Laser Centers of Dallas LLC

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Laser Centers of Dallas LLC

Frequently Asked Questions

Laser Tattoo Removal

We use the Cos-Med Q-Switched Yag laser that removes tattoos with a specialized light, which is absorbed by the ink found in the tattoo.

Is laser treatment painful?

The impact of the laser has been compared to the snap of a small rubber band to the skin. The pain you feel also depends on where the tattoo is located. The majority of patients can tolerate this level of discomfort. However, we have Lidocaine injections available upon request.

How many treatments will it take to remove a tattoo?

The amount of treatments depends on several factors, including the amount of ink used, the type of ink used, the depth of the ink into the skin. Generally most patients require between 6-12 treatments for adequate results.

How much does it cost?

The price for removing a tattoo depends on the size of the tattoo. On average, most treatments are priced between $75 – $150 per session. However, some treatments start as low as $50. Also, we do not require that you buy a package of treatments.

Will the treatment remove colored tattoos?

The inks that respond best are black, dark blue, and red. It also responds well to orange and purple colored inks. Green and yellow inks are the most difficult to remove, and generally, take additional treatments to produce significant fading.

Will the tattoo completely disappear?

In most cases, yes, more than 95% fading of the tattoo can be achieved. However, you must remember that there are many types of inks used today that are not approved by the FDA that cannot be easily removed. Not knowing the type of ink, the depth of the tattoo, the different techniques used when applied, makes it impossible to predict the degree of removal.

How do I care for the area after a laser treatment?

Post-treatment, it comes down to keeping the treated area clean! You may experience some scabbing, and you need to make sure and not scratch or pick at the treatment area.

We also offer laser treatment for toenail fungus removal.

About Our Methods

Laser Centers of Dallas LLC uses the CosMed Q-Switched Nd: YAG (532nm and 1064nm) laser system for tattoo removal. This laser system has proven to be very effective in removing all ink colors. It is one of the most potent laser treatment procedures on the market today. It can remove tattoos in less time than any other laser with minimal damage to the skin surface.

We specialize in multiple laser treatments ranging from tattoo removal to toenail fungus removal. The reason this is possible is that we use an Nd:YAG laser, which is attracted to both water and melanin.

What is Nd: YAG?

Nd: YAG (neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet) lasers are optically pumped lasers that utilize laser diodes from flash lamps to produce the laser energy in the desired spectrum. The laser is created by passing photons through an Nd:YAG crystal.

The light produced is in the infrared spectrum, but it can also transition through other wavelengths as well. Similar lasers are also used in medical procedures.

Our Technicians

Connie Davis is a certified laser technician and ultrasound technician. Connie also has a certification as a certified laser safety officer. Nancy Jetton is another certified laser technician and laser safety officer at our center.

Other Services

At Laser Centers of Dallas LLC, we offer solutions to counter aging. With advanced laser technology, we provide easy ways for you to rewind in time. We also help you to take care of the treated area to achieve maximum and sustained results.

Laser Skin Rejuvenation

For ages, people have sought ways to reverse the sands of time. People wish they could revert to the days when they were once young, oftentimes with a desire to obtain specific aesthetic attributes that they once had.

Although the fountain of youth was a myth, and Marty McFly’s Delorean really couldn’t travel back in time, there is still hope!

Though what some would call miracles in modern science, we have learned about and developed lasers with the capabilities of diminishing many unwanted signs of aging. Laser skin rejuvenation covers a wide variety of cosmetic treatments.

  • Sun damaged skin
  • Age/brown spots
  • Acne scars
  • Pigmented lesions
  • Skin discolorations
  • Wrinkles

Certified Staff

Laser Centers of Dallas LLC prides itself in having professionally trained and certified staff. Our laser center uses the top of the line laser system, the CosMed Q-Switched Nd: YAG Laser. These systems are tried and tested. This laser system has history showing that it yields various results.

  • Amazing aesthetic results
  • Little to no pain
  • Minimal treatment time
  • Often no downtime
  • Effective on almost all skin types

Simply put the CosMed Q-Switched Nd: YAG laser is amazing!

Whether it is age spots, brown spots, or wrinkles, we hope to assist you in obtaining a clearer, more attractive skin that you have long desired, all thanks to human ingenuity and the power of light!

Post Treatment Skin Care

Post treatment skin care instructions should be followed throughout your treatment. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to adverse effects such as scarring.

What should be avoided before and after laser treatment?

Sun exposure to the treated area should be avoided. The laser-treated area should not be exposed directly to the sun before or after treatment. A suntan will increase the pigment content of your skin, thereby decreasing the effectiveness of the treatment.

Sunscreen can be used when the red discoloration disappears, and the area has healed. Sunscreen rated SPF 15, or higher is recommended and should be applied whenever the treated area is exposed to sunlight.

If during the healing process you will be exposed to sunlight, then you should lightly apply antibiotic ointment to the area, and cover it with a protective dressing.

Care of the Laser Treated Area

Immediately following the laser treatment, the area will become a whitish/gray or get a red discoloration. This discoloration will change and lighten over 7-14 days as it heals. With any laser treatment, pinpoint bleeding may occur. The treated area must be delicately cared for during this time. It is essential to keep the treated area clean.

  • Do not rub, scratch, or pick at the laser-treated area
  • Avoid pressure from tight clothing
  • After washing, gently pat the area with a dry cloth
  • Avoid rubbing the treated area with a cloth or sponge
  • Avoid contact sports or excessive sweating during this healing process
  • Apply a very thin coating of antibiotic ointment two times daily for 4-7 days

What can I use if discomfort occurs following my laser treatment?

Ice wrapped in a soft cloth may be applied to the treated area to reduce discomfort of any swelling. You can also try Tylenol to manage discomfort. If the area that was treated is on your ankle or foot, then elevate the area as much as possible.

Treat with ice periodically but do not apply ice directly to the skin. Always make sure there is a layer of cloth between the ice bag and skin.

What can I do to the laser treated area if a blister develops?

Blisters may develop in the first several days and can last 7-14 days. To treat blisters, take the ice and wrap it in a soft cloth. Apply the wrapped ice to the treated area to reduce any discomfort.

You can apply a non-adherent dressing if there will be a chance of injury of rubbing to the treated area.

Keep the area clean. Makeup, harsh soaps, and shaving are not recommended. They may damage the area.

Do I have to put a dressing over the treated area?

A dressing should be applied if there will be a chance of rubbing or injuring the treated area. Make sure the tape that is holding down the dressing does not come into contact with the treated area.