Lasers for tattoo removal are complex systems that require regular maintenance and service to in order to perform properly. In fact, one of the most important factors that tattoo removal business owners should consider when purchasing a laser is whether the manufacturer provides fast and reliable service.
Now is the perfect time to take advantage of the laser tattoo removal market by expanding your existing practice or starting a new business. Laser tattoo removal has grown increasingly popular over the last couple of years as more and more people seek to remove their unwanted tattoos.
Running a business can be challenging if it is not set up correctly. Since there are so many steps involved in starting a laser tattoo removal business, it’s easy to overlook things that might seem like harmless choices.
As we discussed in our previous article, online advertising like Google AdWords is the quickest and most effective paid method for marketing your laser tattoo removal business. However, there are multiple ways to generate press, increase website traffic, and reach potential customers without spending a single dollar.
Because laser tattoo removal is such a niche procedure, only people with tattoos and tattoo regret will be interested in your services. So how do you target that specific audience out of the thousands of people in your area? The answer: online marketing.
While there are many decisions to be made when starting a laser tattoo removal clinic – the laser being the one of greatest importance – the clinic space itself must be taken into consideration. What should this space look like? How big should it be? What kind of setting should it be in?
This article will provide five tips for choosing clinic office space by discussing all things involved with clinic location, building type, layout, design, and setup process.
Hair removal is one of the most popular aesthetic procedures, as virtually every person has some amount of pesky, unwanted hair that they would like permanently removed.
The procedure rose to popularity in the mid 90's, once the technology was publicly available, and has stayed a powerhouse procedure in the aesthetic and dermatological fields ever since.
Unless you are an experienced business owner that has previously purchased capital equipment, you may have never heard of Section 179.
It's a tax break designed to encourage small business owners to continue investing in growing their businesses.
If you currently run a business – a physician practice, a medical spa, or even a tattoo shop – the Section 179 deduction can save you thousands on your next tax bill.
Tattoo removal is undeniably a quickly growing field, and services are in high demand. Physicians and existing practices looking to grow revenue are entering the field, adding tattoo removal to their list of procedure offerings.
Because different practices implement tattoo removal differently, they have different outcomes. "Success" in any field is subjective, but, at Astanza, we believe that treatment results, patient satisfaction, practitioner satisfaction, and profitability are all key factors of defining success with laser tattoo removal.
Below is a testimonial from Dr. George Gavrila, owner and physician at ProMD Health, an aesthetics and anti-aging practice in Baltimore. His practice performs laser tattoo removal under the Baltimore Tattoo Removal brand – here is his story about implementing the procedure.