ReversaTatt Coral Springs Tattoo Removal
Miami Tattoo Removal
Phone: (305) 676-6698
9900 W Sample Rd,
Coral Springs, FL 33065
ReversaTatt of Coral Springs is located off Sample Rd. We are a professional medical clinic that provides ONLY one procedure: laser tattoo removal. Laser procedures are performed by a registered Physician Assistant and he has performed every tattoo removal at every one of our locations.
Our tattoo removal results are undeniable. Please visit our TATTOO REMOVAL GALLERY page to see how well our process has worked for our Coral Springs Clients
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Phone: (305) 676-6698
9900 W Sample Rd,
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Directions: We are located in the private suites on the backside of the 2020 Ponce De Leon Building.
Here’s how it works.
Tattoo inks tend to be made of compounds from heavy metals. The metals in the ink is what gives tattoos their permanency, but some inks have been known to cause allergic reactions like eczema.
From the moment a needle deposits ink deep in the skin, the immune system recognizes the particles as foreign intruders, dispatching armies of white blood cells to engulf them. The white blood cells then escort small ink particles to the liver, where they are processed and excreted.
But many of the ink particles are much larger than white blood cells, which is why new tattoos fade over time, but won’t completely disappear naturally.
Even over time, as the white blood cells eat away at the ink particles, most are still too large for the white blood cells to grab onto and remove from the skin.That’s why they’re permanent. To erase a tattoo, you need lasers to break up the ink particles.
That’s why they’re permanent. To erase a tattoo, you need lasers to break up the ink particles. Tattoo removal lasers, also called Q-switch lasers or ultra-short pulse lasers, operate in a very narrow frequency and are very, very fast. Newer tattoo removal lasers use pico technology which works on a scale of picoseconds, or a trillionth of a second and they’re more effective at removing tattoo inks faster and with less side effects.
This photoacoustic pulsing usings light energy to break apart the larger ink particles into smaller pieces. Once the lasers break the ink particles apart into bite-sized chunks, the white blood cells can absorb them for transportation to the liver.
It happens so rapidly and specifically directed toward the ink that the laser doesn’t burn the tissue — the energy instead collapses into a shockwave. The shockwave vibrates through the skin and causes the upper layer of skin to lift up and appear white, or to “frost.” Though painful, this effect usually lasts just a few seconds.
Dave Cope, P.A.
Born and raised in New York but have lived in Florida the past 30 years. I went to medical school in Pennsylvania and most out west to California. In California I had experience in Orthopedic surgery and emergency medicine. After moving to Florida I continued emergency medicine for several years before getting in to cosmetic medicine, first starting in laser procedures sure as tattoo removal. I’m Botox certified and experienced with injectable cosmetic procedures, as well as more advanced procedures such as CO2 Fractional lasers.
Does tattoo removal hurt?
It hurts a little more than getting a tattoo and most people describe the pain like rubber bands snapping against your skin. Most sessions only require 10-30 seconds until it’s over. Once it’s over nearly all pain subsides.
Does tattoo removal cause scarring?
There is a risk of scarring, however, with our technology and experience, we only see it about 2% of the time. It’s a very limited risk when removing your tattoo at ReversaTatt.
What is the Picosure laser?
Picosure is made by Cynosure and uses pico pulse width to break up ink in a tattoo. It only has one wavelength and is ineffective or some tattoo ink colors. Our laser also uses pico pulse width in addition to nano pulse width and also has four wavelengths to remove the most amount of colors.
Laser Tattoo Removal Costs
The costs are calculated based on the size of your tattoo. At our office, it is as low as $75 per session. When considering total tattoo removal costs you must calculate both the price per session and the total number of sessions. Often times you can pay less per session but it requires many more sessions to remove a tattoo. On average we can remove a tattoo 20% to 50% faster than most tattoo removal businesses.
Can I tattoo over my lasered tattoo?
Absolutely! Your skin should appear to return to its original color and texture and ready for your new tattoo.
I want to fade my tattoo for a cover up. How does that work?
The approach to fading a tattoo is the same as a full removal. You simply stop treatments when the existing tattoo appears light enough to go over. This can usually be best determined with a discussion with your tattoo artist. Typically 1 to 6 treatments is sufficient for a cover up.
How often can I receive a treatment?
A 4-6 week waiting period is recommended in between treatments. After the laser fragments the ink the body absorbs the particles through your natural immune system. Treating a tattoo more frequently is premature and the body will not have had enough time to process the ink. You can set your own schedule as it suits your budget and lifestyle as long as you return no sooner than 4 weeks.
Why has my tattoo shown little if any visible change after a few treatments?
An individual’s response varies from person to person. Dark, deep, colored, touched up and covered up tattoos may be especially difficult to remove and move more slowly. The tattoo may not appear to respond quickly even though the ink is dissipating. This is not uncommon particularly if a person has a compromised immune system.