Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center
145 Kimel Park Suite 140, Winston Salem, North Carolina 27103 336-659-2663

Tattouage

Aug 29th, 2018 In: Tattoo Removal

Tattoos have always fascinated me. When I was growing up only sailors and bikers had tattoos. Then came the nineties when it became fashionable to proudly display a “tramp stamp”, barbed wire, or Chinese character tattoos. Do you remember dolphin ankle designs? Then came the 2000’s and anklet status, and belly button tattoos were seen everywhere!  Zodiac signs and one word tattoos such as “Worthy” appear.

I asked my co worker why one would get a tattoo and she explained to me it is a “new generation memorial” I asked why you can’t buy a necklace with Batman on it instead of getting it etched in your skin permanently? She replied “, you can lose a necklace but I will remember the day my boyfriend and I did this together!”

That’s awesome! I don’t think I will ever chose this form of self-expression but I understand it now!

With all this there is a growing number of tattooed individuals whose artistic expressions don’t hold up the way they want them to, which often results in an increased desire for tattoo removal. The most common reasons given for removal are the tattoos limiting employment opportunities, aging and weight gain/loss has changed the appearance of the tattoo, the artist did a less than superior job, or their tattoo no longer represents them (whether the tattoo is the name or image of an ex, an interest they no longer have, etc.); the possibilities are endless. The only sure thing is that more and more individuals are deciding to say goodbye to their ink!!

How does having a tattoo affect getting a job?

I researched this and found 77 per cent of employers may be less likely to hire someone with tattoos. Many employers find tattoos are perceived negatively by the public. Companies targeting a younger demographic view tattoos as young and hip. Many view it as “corporate branding”.

When you go to your next job interview will you show your tattoo?

Please contact Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center office today to schedule your own personal consultation. I look forward to meeting you soon! - Dr. Anne White

FREE Laser Tattoo Removal Session In Honor Of Veterans Day 2017

Nov 7th, 2017 In: Tattoo Removal
Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center to Offer a Free Laser Tattoo Removal Session to Military Veterans this Veterans Day 2017



Winston-Salem, NC, November 7, 2017 – To honor the service of our veterans and in observance of Veterans Day, November 11, we are offering military veterans a FREE laser tattoo removal session at the Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center on Saturday, November 11.

Interested veterans should call the office at 336-659-2663 to schedule a consultation, and then bring their veteran identification card with them to their appointment.

Dr. Anne L. White, owner and lead physician of Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center, values our military and already supports them with offering a 30% discount on laser tattoo removal for active-duty military, police,... Read more

Clearer, Silky Smooth Skin

Jun 30th, 2017 In: Tattoo Removal, Hair Removal


As seen in Winston-Salem Monthly, July 2017

Dear Dr. Anne,

It’s time to clean up my act! I made some poor decisions in choosing tattoos early in life and would like to erase this mistake. I would also love to not have to worry about shaving my legs anymore. How can you help?

Miranda S., Mocksville, NC

Dear Miranda,

It's human nature for people to make mistakes. You're not alone. So many of us have done things in our past that we either regret or can't seem to erase from our memory. The good news is you've come to the right place for laser tattoo and laser hair removal!

Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center is the most experienced laser practice in the Triad. We have completed over 15,000 sessions of laser tattoo removal alone - now that's... Read more

Tattoo Regret? Not Anymore.

Mar 31st, 2017 In: Tattoo Removal


As seen in Winston-Salem Monthly, April 2017

Dear Dr. Anne,

During my college years, I did a few things I now regret. One of them was getting a tattoo that included the name of my then boyfriend. Now that I'm in my early 30's and am serious about finding Mr. Right, I would love to erase this mistake from my past .... can you help me?

Catherine E.
Kernersville, NC



Dear Catherine,

So many of us have done things in our past that we either regret or just can't seem to erase from our memory. The good news is you've come to the right place for your tattoo removal needs. My practice offers state-of-the-art lasers combined with my vast experience in laser tattoo removal. Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center is the most experienced laser practice in the Triad.... Read more

FREE Laser Tattoo Removal Session In Honor Of Veterans Day 2016

Nov 9th, 2016 In: Tattoo Removal
Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center to Offer a Free Laser Tattoo Removal Session to Military Veterans this Veterans Day 2016



Winston-Salem, NC, November 9, 2016 – To honor the service of our veterans and in observance of Veterans Day, November 11, we are offering military veterans a FREE laser tattoo removal session at the Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center on Friday, November 11.

Interested veterans should call the office at 336-659-2663 to schedule a consultation, and then bring their veteran identification card with them to their appointment.

Dr. Anne L. White, owner and lead physician of Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center, values our military and already supports them with offering a 30% discount on laser tattoo removal for active-duty military, police,... Read more

FREE Laser Tattoo Removal Session In Honor Of Veterans Day 2015

Nov 2nd, 2015 In: Tattoo Removal, General
FREE Laser Tattoo Removal Session In Honor Of Veterans Day 2015

 

Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center to Offer a Free Laser Tattoo Removal Session

to Military Veterans this Veterans Day



Winston-Salem, NC, October 29, 2015 – To honor the service of our veterans and in observance of Veterans Day, November 11, we are offering military veterans a FREE laser tattoo removal session at the Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center on Wednesday, November 11.

Interested veterans should call the office at 336-659-2663 to schedule a consultation, and then bring their veteran identification card with them to their appointment.

Dr. Anne L. White, owner and lead physician of Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center, values our military and already supports them with offering... Read more

Dr White Featured in Winston-Salem Magazine November 2015

By Bruce Frankel

November 2015

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You know that feeling you get when you're walking down the street feeling great and looking confident? Maybe you notice a few heads turn in your direction.  Everyone deserves that feeling. "People want to look as good on the outside as they feel on the inside," commented Dr. Anne L. White of Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center.

Dr. White, a pioneer in the field of cosmetics, was the first person in the Winston Salem area to treat patients with injectable fillers following the FDA approval of Botox in 2002. Prior to the FDA approval, Dr. White received her training in Canada under Dr. Jean Carruthers, the first to use Botox in the field of cosmetic dermatology in North America. Since then, Dr. White has... Read more

FREE Laser Tattoo Removal Session In Honor Of Veterans Day 2014

Nov 10th, 2014 In: Tattoo Removal
 

FREE Laser Tattoo Removal Session In Honor Of Veterans Day 2014

 

Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center to Offer a Free Laser Tattoo Removal Session to Military Veterans this Veterans Day

Winston-Salem, NC, November 10, 2014 – To honor the service of our veterans and in observance of Veterans Day, November 11, we are offering military veterans a FREE laser tattoo removal session at the Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center on Tuesday, November 11.

Interested veterans should call the office at 336-659-2663 to schedule a consultation, and then bring their veteran identification card with them to their appointment.

Dr. Anne L. White, owner and lead physician of Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center, values our military and already supports them with... Read more

Tattoo Regret? Learn How to Undo Your Tattoo!

Sep 30th, 2014 In: Tattoo Removal


Winston-Salem Monthly - October 2014

Dear Dr. Anne,

In college I decided to get a tattoo on a whim. Like many other young people, we make decisions without thinking and regret our choices later. Fast forward 10 years and now I am a mom and have  a career that I'm proud of. What I'm not proud of is this doggone tattoo. Can you help me undo this mistake from college?

Jen H., Winston-Salem

Dear Jen,

If I had a dollar for every time I heard a story like yours I would be a rich woman! Getting a tattoo often represents a milestone or a memory in a person's life, but according to consumer research studies, nearly 20% of the 45 million Americans with tattoos will eventually regret their decision. And surprisingly enough, 69% of patients who want their tattoos... Read more

Dr White Featured in Forsyth Family Magazine January 2014

 

Dr White Featured in Forsyth Family Magazine January 2014

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Laser and cosmetic procedures have really evolved with the explosion of technology and desire to improve on earlier methods. As long as doctors and
skincare professionals dedicate themselves to offering the best services available, this industry will remain one of the most sought-after industries on the market.
Doctors like Anne White MD of Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center, are at the forefront of new technology and offer their patients the best in innovative care.

"This eloquent quote by Richard Glogau, Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the University of San Francisco, sums up the idea behind my Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center very well: 'The Same self-esteem that... Read more