Question: How is the fee for laser hair removal determined? By the time required for the procedure or the area treated? Does the time take the same in an area whether there is abundant hair present or not?
Answer: Laser hair removal fees are usually determined by the surface area that is required for treatment and this obviously then is also directly proportional to the amount of time that is required to treat the area. Whether or not there is abundant hair present in that area is rather irrelevant since we are going to have to treat the entire area whether or not there are several hairs or thousands of hairs. There certainly are patients that just require spot treatments for small areas with a small amount of hair, but we would obviously charge less if we were only treating a small area.