Tattoo Removal Columbia MO

Find top doctors who perform Tattoo Removal in Columbia, MO. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Columbia, MO.

Local Businesses

Concannon, Matthew J – Concannon Matthew J

(573) 882-0505
3705 Florida Ave
Columbia, MO 65299

Jerry Foote

(573) 442-3565
1504 E Broadway Ste 115
Columbia, MO 65201

Matthew J Concannon

1 Hospital Drive,
Columbia, MO 65212

Ronald Wheeland

1 Hospital Drive
Columbia, MO 65212

Mitchell Jay Rosenholtz


Columbia, MO 65202

Stephen Colbert

(573) 884-8011
M349, Division Of Plastic Surgery One Hospital Drive
Columbia, MO 65212

Seaberg Iii, John – Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

(573) 443-5500
1111 Medical Ctr Blvd # 640S
Columbia, MO 65299

Dr.Trisha Taylor

(573) 874-3300
401 North Keene Street
Columbia, MO 65201

Susan Marie Zurowski

2800 Forum Blvd Ste 4A
Columbia, MO 65203

Michael Frederick Kaplan

1701 E Broadway Ste 304
Columbia, MO 65201

Concannon Matthew J

(573) 882-0505
3705 Florida Ave
Columbia, MO 65299

Nichols Mohs & Skin Surgery

(573) 876-1000
303 N Keene St # 201
Columbia, MO 65201

Jonathan Alden Dyer

1101 Hospital Drive,
Columbia, MO 65212

Taylor, Trisha

401 N Keene St
Columbia, MO 65201

Richard Ames Heimburger

5407 Thornbrook Pkwy
Columbia, MO 65203

Dr.Justin Ellerbroek

(573) 882-8578
1 Hospital Drive
Columbia, MO 65212

James Roller

(573) 875-1527
1601 E Broadway Ste 245
Columbia, MO 65201

Karen Elaine Edison

1 Hospital Dr
Columbia, MO 65201

Dana Sue Ward

1 Hospital Drive Room M746,
Columbia, MO 65212

Jerry E Foote

(573) 442-3565
1504 E Broadway
Columbia, MO 65201

Tattoo Removal FAQ in Columbia, MO

What fades tattoos quickly?

Poor Initial Care. The Sun. Poor Overall Skincare. Poor Overall Nutrition. Excessive Friction. Excessive Weight/Size Gain.

Does tattoo removal ever fail?

In some cases, tattoo removal can, and does fail, however the good news is that failure is completely avoidable when you know what to look out for.

How many years should you wait to remove a tattoo?

The best is to wait 3 months before the laser tattoo removal. We suggest Picosure laser for best tattoo removal results.

What are the side effects of laser tattoo removal?

Scarring. Infections. Skin discoloration. Skin irritation or a rash. Pain or discomfort.

Can I remove my tattoo at home?

The DIY methods you can find online simply aren’t strong enough to remove pigments from the dermis — most of them affect the epidermis only. Some methods can even damage the skin and lead to unpleasant side effects. Below are some of the most touted at-home tattoo removal methods and why they don’t work.

Does A and D ointment fade tattoos?

The Dynarex Vitamin A & D Ointment helps to relieve, shield, and moisturize the skin. It contains vitamins A and D to help with fading and discoloration of tattoos. It is safe for any skin type and is best for faded tattoos.

How painful is tattoo removing?

Rest easy — while laser tattoo removal can hurt, chances are it won’t hurt as much as getting the tattoo did. Tattoo removal pain is comparable to the pain of a bad sunburn, and the laser pulses feel like a rubber band snapping against your skin.

What are the pros and cons of tattoo removal?

Pain of the process. Cost of treatment. Lasting side effects like skin discoloration. Possible infection.

Do tattoo removal creams work?

Tattoo removal creams don’t work and can cause serious skin reactions that result in permanent skin or tissue damage. These creams shouldn’t be used as an alternative to FDA-approved treatments.

What oils fade tattoos?

Tea Tree oil can potentially throw off your skin’s PH balance and negatively affect the skins moisture barrier, leaving your tattoos looking dull and faded.

What’s the hardest tattoo color to remove?

Laser tattoo removal works when the color in the ink absorbs the energy from the laser. Different colors of ink absorb color differently. Specifically, lighter colors like white, yellow, light blue, and pink are the most difficult to remove, as are green, red, and neon colors.

Which skin type is best for tattoo removal?

Tattoo removal is more effective for individuals with lighter skin (specifically Fitzpatrick type 1 or 2 skin types). Because lighter skin does not significantly absorb laser light, most of the laser energy is focused on the tattoo pigment. In contrast, dark skin siphons a portion of laser light from the tattoo.

Can a tattoo be completely removed?

Yes, lasers can remove tattoos completely. In fact, lasers are the safest, most effective tool to remove unwanted tattoos with. However, you may need to receive several sessions before the tattoo is removed completely.