What makes PicoSure Tattoo Removal different?
PicoSure is the world’s first picosecond laser and the only advanced tattoo removal laser with PressureWave technology, which works with your body to remove unwanted ink. PicoSure delivers laser energy that specifically targets tattoo ink, resulting in the successful shattering of just the ink particles without harming the surrounding tissue. The Picosure technology also can remove tattoos far more rapidly than older Q-switch lasers.
What type of tattoo does PicoSure effectively remove?
PicoSure works effectively on:
PicoSure tattoo removal requires fewer treatments than traditional laser tattoo removal.
How does PicoSure work?
During treatments with PicoSure, PressureWave technology is used to deliver ultra-short pulses of specialized energy to targeted ink particles.
These pulses are so rapid they cause a change in pressure that breaks ink apart into tiny dust-like particles. These tiny particles are then absorbed by the lymphatic system, a critical part of your body’s immune system, and eliminated naturally.
What does laser tattoo removal feel like?
How many treatments will I need?
Number of treatments needed is dependent on variables such as ink characteristics, size of tattoo, location on body, and if it is a cover up tattoo. Treatments typically occur every 6-8 weeks and we will develop a treatment plan to meet your individual needs.
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Dr. Iris Gin is the NBC Living Well Expert in Dermatology and is one of the most recognizable names in the field of dermatology. She has been featured on numerous news and media including NBC, KRON, Best of the Bay TV, and SJ Mercury News.