The energy of Q-switched ND: YAG laser can be absorbed by the blue and black melanin. The melanin will be fragmented so small that they can be metabolized by the lymphatic system or digested out of body. Thus the tattoo or other pigmentation will be removed without damage to the normal tissue. The treatment is safe and convenient without downtime and side effects.
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1.Dermal pigmentation: Birth marks, Ota nevus, Ito nevus, black nevus,coffee spot age spot freckle etc. sun-burn spots, , speckles, , senior flecks, etc
2.Man made pigmentation: Blue, black, red, or brown tattoos; lip line or eyebrow line pigmentation Epidermal
Painting of the human body goes back to the beginning of recorded history, and thus the removal of unwanted tattoos has probably been around that long as well. The variety of techniques used to apply tattoos is staggering; the source of the ink, where on the body the tattoo is applied, colors and designs used, even the depth into the skin can vary dramatically. Thus the approach that the practitioner faces to remove tattoos must take into account that every person and every tattoo that is unique
WHY ADD TATTOO REMOVAL TO YOUR CLINIC?
The application of tattoos has become a widespread practice with a long cross-cultural history. Tattoo Clinics are opening across the US, resulting in the number of people receiving tattoos to grow at an exponential rate (45 million in 2012 and an estimated 32% growth rate). Motley Fool (September 2012) identified this as a growing industry stating, "around 6.6 million 18-to-24-year-olds in the U.S. have tattoos. If just a quarter of them decide to get a tattoo removed at some point, that's 1.65 million people paying up to $2,000 each to take their tats off. If we are conservative and assume it costs an average of $1,000, that's already a $1.6 billion industry. Considering that 38% of 30-to-39-year-olds have tattoos as well, we can immediately see that this market has even more potential than we've figured." Industry statistics for 2012, as documented by IBIS World, state that tattoo removal procedures are expected to continue growing at a compounded revenue rate of 20.9% annually. Additionally, the latest statistics from The Patient's Guide?, highlighted that laser tattoo removal procedures climbed 32% from 2011 to 2012.
If your clinic isn't offering tattoo removal, you may be missing out on a growth opportunity. star to use premier Q switch nd yag laser.
Before the advent of the medical laser, common techniques included cryosurgery, dermabrasion or excision. As people (and their tattoos age), tattoos fade and become even harder to treat. As lasers became widely available for a range of dermatological conditions, many different lasers were tried to remove tattoos. As mentioned above as tattoos vary widely, a laser that is able to treat a wide range of colors, intensity, and depths was needed. It was found that lasers that produce a very short pulse through Q-Switched nd yag laser technology are most effective.
ARE Q SWITCHED LASERS EFFECTIVE TO TREAT TATTOOS?
The Q-Switched Laser has become the gold standard treatment for across all colors of tattoo removal. By creating a very short high energy pulse, the tattoo ink is thermo-acoustically broken up into minute particles that the body can readily absorb. As the laser attacks the tattoo, a light grey "frosting" appears on the tattoo, a signal that the appropriate energy was applied and the removal process will begin.
As the industry grows, so do the number of devices on the market. Not all devices are created equal and successful outcome depends on a variety of factors. The premier with its high power output has become a gold standard for removing tattoos.
HOW DOES Premier Q-SWITCHED LASER WORK?
Removal of tattoos depends on the principle of selective photothermolysis; when the proper wavelength is applied the ink absorbs the energy preferentially, causing it to break down. The body's natural healing processes remove broken down pigment over time. Surrounding tissue is largely unaffected, but not entirely spared, so tattoo removal is typically uncomfortable for patients. Numerous sessions are required to maximize results.
The Q-switched laser is the most commonly used device for tattoo removal. Modulation of treatment parameters allows users to customize treatment based on the condition and skin type of the individual patient, to maximize results as well as manage patient comfort and the potential for side effects. The 1064nm wavelength Nd:YAG is recognized as the safest choice for the treatment of darker skin types , however, special care must be taken due to the increased potential for burning or post-inflammatory
WHAT SETS Premier APART?
Consistent pulse width and high peak power, no worry about loss of power on larger tattoo's
Effective clearance on all tattoo pigment colors (black, red, dark and light blue, green, and more)
Fast – short 5 ns pulse widths combined with large spot size options ensure quick treatments
Autosensing spot sizes ranging from 2 mm – 10 mm
Uniform beam profile
Versatile system provides additional treatment options including pigment, melasma, fine lines, and other treatments for rejuvenating skin
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