Tattoo Removal Procedures | Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg
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Tattoo Removal Procedures

Remove unwanted tattoos for a fresh start.

Some people love their tattoos and wear them proudly for a lifetime. Then again, maybe you have one or more tattoos you wish you didn’t. If that’s so, you should talk to Dr. Paul Talbot at the Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg.

Dr. Talbot uses a “Q-switched” laser to remove tattoos. When precisely set at a specific wavelength, the laser breaks up the pigment in the tattoo after which macrophages, your body’s natural scavengers, slowly work to remove the pigment. The greatest success is on older, dark-colored tattoos; multi-colored tattoos can also be removed successfully. Anesthesia is not required.

Laser tattoo removal cannot be completed in one visit and most patients return for five or six treatments to achieve the level of pigmentation removal they desire. These treatments are typically scheduled every six to eight weeks.

One of Mississippi’s Top Tattoo Removal Surgeons

Dr. Paul Talbot, the current Medical Director at the Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg, is well known throughout Mississippi and the surrounding areas as one of the top tattoo removal surgeons. Dr. Talbot has already performed tattoo removal procedures on patients from many of the surrounding areas, such as Biloxi, Thomasville, Gulfport, and Mobile.

How Much Does Tattoo Removal Cost?

Every tattoo removal procedure is unique. Therefore, the cost of tattoo removal is different for each person, and depends mostly on the size and location of the tattoo. The Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg offers financing options to assist our patients with the cost of tattoo removal.

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Dr. Paul Talbot Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg
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