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Category: Laser Tattoo Removal

How Does Tattoo Removal Work?

Posted May 28, 2024

Many individuals are unaware of the more advanced options available to remove or significantly reduce the visibility of tattoos. One innovative solution is the MedLite® C6 laser, which can safely and effectively remove tattoos containing a wide range of ink colors on all skin shades. This blog explores several tattoo removal methods, how the MedLite® […]

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What Should You Know About Tattoo Removal?

Posted October 25, 2019

4 Minuet Read For many individuals, one lonesome tattoo soon turns into an addiction. Unfortunately, the desire to have body art does not always last. Whether the design did not turn out as you expected, it does not fit into your professional lifestyle, or it was acquired during a temporary lapse of judgment, tattoo removal […]

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Can My Tattoo Be Removed?

Posted June 01, 2017

What Will Affect My Tattoo Removal? Although getting “inked” continues to grow in popularity, tattoo removal is just as common. According to, nearly 30 percent of people have tattoos, and among those people, about 25 percent regret getting them. If you are experiencing buyer’s remorse for your tattoo, you may be wondering which types […]

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Start the New Year Fresh

Posted November 24, 2015

Do you have one or more tattoos you are unhappy with? If so, board-certified Pasadena plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole has a solution that can allow you to start the New Year fresh. Laser tattoo removal is a safe, nonsurgical way to permanently remove unwanted ink from any part of your body. If you are […]

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Resolve to Get Rid of That Unwanted Tattoo

Posted December 28, 2014

If you have one or more tattoos that no longer serve your needs, it’s time to consider laser tattoo removal. This safe and effective procedure can erase embarrassing and unsightly ink from your skin – restoring an unblemished and natural look over the course of just a few treatments.

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Laser Tattoo Removal Recovery

Posted November 25, 2014

There are several factors that will impact how may laser tattoo removal sessions are necessary for the complete elimination of your ink. Each of these sessions will be separated by a recovery period to allow your skin to heal and help prevent scarring.

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Does Laser Tattoo Removal Leave a Scar?

Posted October 21, 2014

In the past, tattoo removal was performed with surgical equipment and often left a scar. In many cases, these scars were more unsightly than the initial tattoo – a factor that largely steered people away from ink removal. Laser tattoo removal, however, does not require incisions, excisions, or any other form of cutting. The scars it leaves, if any, are typically very light and fade to unnoticeable over time.

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How Many Sessions will it Take to Remove my Tattoo?

Posted October 06, 2014

One of the most common questions asked of Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole when it comes to laser tattoo removal is, “How may sessions will this take?” And honestly, there is no one answer for every patient.

Just as every tattoo is different to some degree, so too is every tattoo removal procedure. Factors that can influence the number of sessions full removal will require include:

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Pasadena Tattoo Removal

Posted September 22, 2014

When you have a tattoo you don’t want, you have only a few options to choose from. You can live with a tattoo that is unbecoming or ill-suited to your body and disposition. You can pay another artists to cover the tattoo with one that, potentially, will be more bearable. You can also have the ink permanently removed from your skin with a safe and effective laser tattoo removal treatment.

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Tattoo Regret

Posted September 20, 2013

For the last decade or so, getting a tattoo has become more popular for both men and women. From biblical verses to large works of art covering an entire leg or even the back, tattoos can be seen everywhere. Because getting “tatted” is more commonly done when people are younger (age 18 to early 20s), […]

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