Laser Tattoo Removal

Having second thoughts about your tattoo? A change in your life or image can cause a tattoo to become more of a burden than a benefit. Fortunately, tattoos can now be removed through laser technology. At Courthouse Clinics, we specialise in removing tattoos of all sizes and colours. Laser tattoo removal is a non-invasive treatment option that can safely remove your tattoo without leaving a scar. Each member of our professional medical team is specially educated and experienced in tattoo removal to provide you the best results possible. The price of laser tattoo removal varies depending on the size of the tattoo and the different kinds of ink used. Some colours are harder to get rid of because of the frequency of absorption doesn’t break down the pigment as happens in other colours. Results may vary based on a variety of factors, to ensure suitability you must attend a consultation*

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Treatable Areas All Over Body Prices (0% Finance Available On Courses)
Small Medium Large
Single £50 £100 £200
Course (3) £135 £270 £540
Course (6) £260 £520 £1045
Course (10) £425 £850 £1700
Practitioner Nurse/Medical Aesthetician Downtime You can go back to your daily activities almost immediately. Your skin may be red for up to 24 hours. Some patients may experience minor blistering up to 7 days post treatment.
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Treatment Photographs

Tattoo Removal - Before and After Treatment: Laser Tattoo Removal Area Treated: Wrist Tattoo Removal - Before and After Treatment: Laser Tattoo Removal Area Treated: Shoulder
Very happy with my results and treatment. I felt totally reassured by the nurse and feel pleased with the outcome. It was a relatively painless experience.

Results may vary and are different for each individual.

Amy, Age 28 – Sheffield
Two of my tattoos have completely gone – treatment for the other is still on-going. I am very pleased with the results I’ve had so far.

Results may vary and are different for each individual.

Emma, Age 31 – Leeds
Very pleased with treatment – no problems. Being a lecturer minister in a church, I feel happy that my hands can now be seen by my congregation.

Results may vary and are different for each individual.

Arthur, Age 46 – Watford

Frequently Asked Questions

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How does the procedure work?
A tattoo is a permanent mark made on the body. Pigment is inserted into the dermal (second) layer of skin through punctures in the skin’s top layer. There are several methods of tattoo removal. Laser tattoo removal has become the standard treatment because it is low risk and does not require an incision, unlike other methods. Laser tattoo removal is generally an outpatient procedure that requires a topical numbing cream. Using a handheld device, we apply powerful pulses of energy to the unwanted tattoo. The resulting heat penetrates through the top layer of skin, shattering the tattoo ink into tiny fragments. The body’s immune system then gradually absorbs the fragmented pigments, meaning that over several sessions the tattoo’s appearance diminishes. More than one treatment may be needed to achieve the best results.
How safe are the treatments?
Laser tattoo removal is considered a safe and effective treatment option. Risks and side effects associated with laser treatments are often less severe than other traditional methods such as dermabrasion or excision.
Are there any risks?
When performed by a qualified, experienced professional, risks associated with laser tattoo removal are rare. All potential risks will be discussed with you in detail during the consultation process. The most significant risk is infection, but this risk can usually be prevented if you follow post-treatment instructions. Additionally, you may experience temporary or permanent pigmentary changes: your skin may become darker or lighter.
Are there any side effects from tattoo removal?
Following treatment, you may experience some temporary swelling, bruising or superficial flaking. Your skin may appear red or sunburned for a few weeks, meaning you should avoid excessive sun exposure for several weeks.
What results can I expect from tattoo removal?
After just a single treatment, you should begin to notice a visible reduction in your tattoo. Several sessions may be needed to reach optimal results. Laser tattoo removal can significantly decrease the appearance of your tattoo, but there is no guarantee that it will be completely erased. Following a consultation at Courthouse Clinics, we will be able to provide you with more realistic expectations.
What are the limitations of the treatment?
There is no guarantee that laser tattoo removal will be successful. Your skin tone, the colour of your tattoo, and its density may affect your final results. In general, the best candidates are usually people with fair to medium complexions who have sparsely applied, darker ink tattoos. More than one session is typically needed to lighten a tattoo, and it might not be possible to completely remove your tattoo.

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