Our mission is to give you the best tattoo removal experience possible

Tracy Langston Founder of Clear Canvas


Tracy is our lead tattoo removal specialist and has been certified in the practice of tattoo removal. Her skill and expertise combined with her warm personality will make your experience the best possible. Tracy will walk through the entire process at the initial consultation, and her knowledge and experience will allow you to know how many treatments it will likely take to remove your tattoo.

Serrhel G. Adams, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.


Dr. Adams is a board-certified Ophthalmologist. He attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA where he graduated with his Ph.D. He trained as an ophthalmology resident at Tulane University in New Orleans. He then completed a two-year fellowship in vitreoretinal diseases and surgery at the University of Florida.

John T. DellaCroce M.D.


Dr. DellaCroce, is a board-certified Ophthalmologist. He graduated magna cum laude at Louisiana Tech University School of Biomedical Engineering. He earned his medical degree and completed his internship at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He then went on to complete a two-year vitreoretinal fellowship at the University of Utah.


FAQ


How much does laser tattoo removal cost?

Depending on size, color, and age of the tattoo, and how many treatment are needed, laser removal will cost between $900 and $2300.

Ask about our reasonable payment plans during your free consultation.

What should I expect after treatment?

There are a handful of symptoms you might see post-treatment, including blisters, swelling, raising of the tattoo, pinpoint bleeding, redness, and temporary darkening. These are common and usually subside within a couple weeks. As always, consult your doctor with concerns.

How many sessions will it take?

There are several different factors that are involved in determining how many sessions will be required, but the average amount is 9 to 12 sessions.

Will my tattoo go away completely?

Before you start the process, it’s important to realize that no tattoo removal is guaranteed. Set expectations by speaking with a laser treatment expert – or three. Some tattoos only partially fade after several treatments and may leave a ghost image of your tattoo, and permanent raised scarring. So the big question is: Would you rather do a cover up, or be left with a ghost image or partial tattoo?

Are there any side effects?

The most common side effect is a darkening or lightening of the skin, known as either hyper-pigmentation this usually correct itself in 6 to 12 months after treatment. Scars (including keloid scarring) are also a potential, as well as infection, burns, and textural changes of the skin.

“The color coming and going is totally normal,” Dr. Evan Sorokin, a Cherry Hill, N.J., plastic surgeon,
said in a RealSelf Q&A. “You only the tattoo but also normal pigment. This goes away fully with time.”

“Incredibly impressed with this place and specifically with John. He does an excellent job about explaining to the process to you and he’s top notch at what he does I’d recommend him to my closest friends and family and am looking forward to my next session with him.”
– Robert Brocato