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Laser Tattoo Removal – Little Rock Ink Pigment

We all have regrets, and for some, these come in the form of unwanted tattoos. For these people, we offer effective laser tattoo removal.

The process of tattooing skin involves placing ink pigment in the top skin layer. When we use laser tattoo removal to erase a tattoo, we’re actually fragmenting the pigment into smaller particles through the precise application of heat energy.

After the pigment has been shattered, the particles are safely processed by the body. After a couple weeks, you will find that the tattoo has faded.

Contact our office if you would like to meet with Dr. M. Bruce Sanderson and discuss laser tattoo removal. During a consultation, Dr. Sanderson will examine your tattoo and answer any questions you may have regarding removal.

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