Laser tattoo removal is the newest and the best method of removing tattoos. In the old days, people tried sand papers, cutting out the skin and doing a skin graft, dermabrasion, chemical peels, and all different types of methods, trying to remove the unwanted tattoos. All of those methods were too harsh and sometime left even uglier scars or hyper/hypo pigmentation. Tatts B Gone. The only trend hotter than getting a tattoo in Arizona is getting rid of one. Don’t let yesterday’s fun turn into today’s regret. Are you having hard time finding a job? Could it be your tattoo that turns off your prospective boss? Do you have your ex’s name tattooed somewhere? At Bellagio MedSpa, we use only the most advanced laser tattoo removal technology that removes your tattoo safely, quickly and without leaving a scar. No matter the size, color, location or age of the tattoo, our lasers get the ink out without damaging the skin. A series of laser tattoo removal treatments is required for best results. Methods. We are the only clinic to use several DIFFERENT laser machines to tackle hard to treat tattoo inks. In order to target particular color of the tattoo ink, a corresponding wavelength laser has to be used. We carry laser modalities that target particular group of color inks for your optimal result.There are hundreds of different tattoo inks in the market, and none of them are FDA regulated. There are even some inks containing mercury! That’s why it’s important to have doctor evaluate you in order to achieve the optimal result. Inks have colors in different spectrum of wavelengths, from approximately 400nm to 700nm wavelengths. Depending on the color of the tattoo, location, size, density, duration, and scarring, more or less treatment may be required. 1064 nm wavelengths are good for Black and Blue inks that are deep, as longer wavelength allows deeper penetration. 532 nm wavelength are good for Red inks. Additional Dye handpieces with 585 nm and 650 nm wavelength allows light blue and green color inks to be treated as well. MedLite® C Series Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser In 1992, ConBio launched the original MedLite laser, introducing PhotoAcoustic technology to the dermatology community – the use of high peak power and nanosecond pulse duration to target chromophores with a photomechanical action. This non-ablative Q-Switched Nd:YAG gave practitioners the ability to treat a wide range of aesthetic indications safely and effectively, with no downtime or patient discomfort. Since then, the MedLite has evolved, incorporating more sophisticated engineering, more power and greater efficiences. PhotoAcoustic technology is delivered through a superior flat-top beam profile – a hallmark of the MedLite C6 and C5 lasers – without spikes or hot spots that are prevalent in other Q-Switched Nd: YAG lasers. Today, the MedLite laser is the workhorse of many aesthetic practices worldwide. Comparing our Aesthetic Laser Equipment – The MedLite® C3, C5 and C6 MedLite® C3 MedLite® C5 MedLite® C6 Black, Dark Blue and Red Ink Tattoo Removal Epidermal and Dermal Pigmented Lesion Removal Vascular Lesion Treatment Wrinkle and Acne Scar Reduction Sky Blue and Green Ink Tattoo Removal The Benefits of a MedLite® C Series EO Q-switched Laser A MedLite® C Series laser is a safe, premium-engineered, easy-to-use aesthetic laser designed for versatility and effectiveness in a wide variety of applications. ConBio has made continual improvements to the MedLite® laser since its introduction in 1992, increasing its power output, reducing its size, and introducing valuable features to maintain high levels of physician and patient satisfaction. Today, the MedLite® Series is best known for its PhotoAcoustic effect, a combination of high power and nanosecond pulse widths that deliver peak energy throughout the layers of the epidermis faster than the normal relaxation time of the tissue. The result is a safe, effective way to harness peak power.
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