To Our Valued Patients:

 

To protect our office staff and patients, we are requiring that patients wear a mask while in the office.  Due to a national shortage of masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE), we kindly ask patients to bring a mask with you to your appointment.

 

 In order to maintain appropriate social distancing in the office, we are not overlapping scheduled appointments. In order to support this plan, we kindly ask patients not to bring family members or friends to their appointments unless needed for translation or other necessary services. Additionally, if you arrive early, please wait in the parking lot until your scheduled appointment time.

 

Thank you for your understanding,

Drs. Calkin and Boudreaux and the entire CB Team

Laser Tattoo Removal Surgery in Sacramento, California

Calkin & Boudreaux Dermatology Associates offers Laser Tattoo Removal Surgery. Below, you will be able to find a few frequently asked questions regarding Laser Tattoo Removal.

How Does the Laser Break Up The Tattoo Ink?

Two key processes break up the ink: (i) the pigment in your tattoo will absorb the energy from the laser and shatter into smaller pieces, and (2) the incredibly fast pulse of energy from the laser (at just 6 billionths of a second!) has a shockwave-like effect that assists the ink breaking up. As a result, the ink acts like sugar cube breaking apart into smaller granules.

How Does The Body Remove The Shattered Ink?

Once the ink is broken down by the tattoo removal laser, the body will respond by moving fluid to the area to help flush away the ink.

How Many Sessions Will I Need To Remove My Tattoo?

The number of sessions needed to remove a tattoo depends on three factors: the age of the tattoo, the color of the ink, and the density of the ink.

Call 916-646-3376 to find out more information!

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