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PicoSure – The first and leading choice for comfortable and convenient tattoo removal and skin revitalization treatments for wrinkles, acne scars and pigment like freckles, sunspots and discoloration.

PicoSure is the first of a new generation of aesthetic lasers that do not rely solely on heat to burn or melt away unwanted tattoo ink or melanin, the pigment that causes dark spots in your skin.

We Deliver In Trillions Of A Second

PicoSure engineers used cutting edge physics and medical science to help practitioners treat patients in a new way.

Instead of building up heat, PicoSure delivers energy so rapidly (in trillionths of a second) that tiny particles that make up pigment and tattoo ink vibrate and shatter, without burning surrounding tissue. Less heat means less tissue damage and discomfort.

Even more impressively, PicoSure’s revolutionary technology is designed to harness the body’s natural healing processes to restore youthful skin in ways never before possible.

Using proprietary Focus lens technology, PicoSure effectively converts the laser energy into gentle pressure waves that activate Cell Signaling, the body’s natural communication processes and one of the most exciting medical discoveries in recent history.

FAQs

PicoSure represents the cutting edge of a type of laser technology known as short-pulse lasers. These lasers are designed to “flash” incredibly quickly, in PicoSure’s case in trillionths of a second.

This rapid flashing minimizes the amount of heat and creates a photomechanical effect that’s highly effective in removing tattoo ink and unwanted pigment.

With PicoSure, reducing unwanted wrinkles, acne scars and pigment is not only safe, it is more convenient than ever before. Fast, gentle treatments mean you don’t need to disrupt your busy life to achieve real improvements.

PicoSure’s ultra-fast pulses and specialized wavelengths work together to minimize the amount of heat that is transferred.
Less heat means less damage to surrounding skin and less risk of injury.

Topical anesthetic may be prescribe by your doctor to increase patient comfort; although this is not routinely needed.