Should you add tattoo removal to your practice?

0 Flares 0 Flares ×

laser tattoo removal

Tattoos have become fairly popular in today’s culture, with a large number of individuals seeking out to obtain the ‘ink’ that they always wanted. Some tattoos can be elaborate, many artistic and some are just a way to remember a loved or lost loved one.

It is not unheard of that a large part of the population that decides to have a tattoo decide sometime in the future to get it removed. The process is fairly intricate and often requires an expert to do so. New techniques have now been developed that can remove long standing tattoos and even recent ones.

If you are currently running an aesthetic medicine practice or medspa, offering patients procedures such as dermal fillers and Botox® techniques, then given the number of people who now opt for tattoo removal, providing this service will most certainly be beneficial in a number of ways.

Firstly, you will be offering a service to people who are keen to get their tattoos removed quickly, and at a nearby service. Equipment is easy to use and is reliable. This procedure is currently ‘in demand’, so it is worthwhile making use of this opportunity.

Secondly, adding a service like tattoo removal will increase your patient base within no time. While the number of patients who attend specifically for this procedure may not be large, the ROI is significantly high. This means bigger profits with more spare time!

In addition to the above, you will be running a service that patients will be grateful for, as it could reverse a bad decision they made years ago, and allows them to move forward. Tattoos may look attractive at a young age, when clothing options were many and society’s rules ‘did not apply’. Of course, as we get older, our professions and personal lives often require a different level of dignity, making tattoo removal a fairly essential procedure. Clearly, the patient groups attending your practice will be older, but nevertheless, the treatment you offer will better their lives.

Finally, a good reason to get tattoo removal to your aesthetic medicine practice is to increase your profits. Health insurance does not cover tattoo removal, so patients often pay upfront. In addition, the procedure can cost up to $500 for a 10-15 minute procedure, and patients require a few sessions, so you can imagine what the ROI is!

Adding a tattoo removal service to your practice is a wise move in the current economic climate. If you haven’t done it yet, check out the details we have on our site on how you can get certified. Visit the IAPAM’s Tattoo Removal Training page today!

Should you add tattoo removal to your practice? YES!

Tattoos have become fairly popular in today’s culture, with a large number of individuals seeking out to obtain the ‘ink’ that they always wanted. Some tattoos can be elaborate, many artistic and some are just a way to remember a loved or lost loved one.

It is not unheard of that a large part of the population that decides to have a tattoo decide sometime in the future to get it removed. The process is fairly intricate and often requires an expert to do so. New techniques have now been developed that can remove long standing tattoos and even recent ones.

If you are currently running an aesthetic medicine practice or medspa, offering patients procedures such as dermal fillers and botox techniques, then given the number of people who now opt for tattoo removal, providing this service will most certainly be beneficial in a number of ways.

Firstly, you will be offering a service to people who are keen to get their tattoos removed quickly, and at a nearby service. Equipment is easy to use and is reliable. This procedure is currently ‘in demand’, so it is worthwhile making use of this opportunity.

Secondly, adding a service like tattoo removal will increase your patient base within no time. While the number of patients who attend specifically for this procedure may not be large, the ROI is significantly high. This means bigger profits with more spare time!

In addition to the above, you will be running a service that patients will be grateful for, as it could reverse a bad decision they made years ago, and allows them to move forward. Tattoos may look attractive at a young age, when clothing options were many and society’s rules ‘did not apply’. Of course, as we get older, our professions and personal lives often require a different level of dignity, making tattoo removal a fairly essential procedure. Clearly, the patient groups attending your practice will be older, but nevertheless, the treatment you offer will better their lives.

Finally, a good reason to get tattoo removal to your aesthetic medicine practice is to increase your profits. Health insurance does not cover tattoo removal, so patients often pay upfront. In addition, the procedure can cost up to $500 for a 10-15 minute procedure, and patients require a few sessions, so you can imagine what the ROI is!

Adding a tattoo removal service to your practice is a wise move in the current economic climate. If you haven’t done it yet, check out the details we have on our site on how you can get certified.

Botox is a trademark of Allergan Inc.

 

Print Friendly

Tags:

Post a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Top
0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 LinkedIn 0 Google+ 0 Email -- 0 Flares ×