When Will the Picosure Laser Become Available and Will It Cost As Much As Current Lasers?
- Asked by tattoo blue in florida
- 9 months ago
i Live Fl. When will picosure new laser become available?will it cost as much as current lasers.looks very promising.I live in Florida.any feedback would be most helpful.tattoo is all black
Picosure is available
The PicoSure tattoo removal laser is currently available at about 40 locations in the United States. Mine is available right now in Cherry Hill, New Jersey which is about 10-15 minutes from Philadelphia. Go to the PicoSure.com website to look to see who has one near you. Good luck!
Picosure Laser in Florida
Currently we offer the Picosure laser in Lakeland, Florida (midway between Tampa and Orlando), and it is also available in one other location in Florida. Just two locations in Florida at present. Yes, the cost is higher however remember you will need about half as many treatments because of the increased efficiency of the new technology. The Picosure laser treats all colors of ink except red. However, the ndYag Q switched laser treats red ink, and we have that as well. Consults are free.
Picosure Tattoo Removal Laser available in Baltimore
The Picosure laser is now available at MD Laser Skin & Vein Institute in Baltimore. This latest technology reduces the number of treatments required for tattoo removal using trillionth of a second pulsing. There are less risks for scarring and blistering than with previous Q-switched lasers.
Web reference: http://www.mdlsv.com/Picosure
Faster tattoo removal with the PicoSure laser
The new PicoSure laser is available. At the Laser & Skin Surgery of New York in NY we have been using the device for over a year and a half as we performed the original trials that led to FDA clearance. You will find that the results are dramatically superior to other lasers for almost all tattoos.
PicoSure is Available
The new PicoSure laser for tattoo removal is now available but there are only 15 locations in the world performing the procedure. My office in Austin, Texas is one of the first to offer this service full-time. The staff have been trained on the procedure by the manufacturer CynoSure. Black ink responds extremely well to treatment. Even previously-treated black, colored or recalcitrant tattoos respond to the pico-second technology better than old-style lasers which simply heat up the ink. The photo-mechanical impact/stress of the new laser is able to shatter the ink into fine particles which can then be removed by the body. Treatments are usually six weeks apart and cost roughly the same as older Q-switch lasers but there are generally fewer treatments required and the clearance rate is significantly improved.
Picosure Laser tattoo removal now available!
The Picosure is FDA approved and released for use. The first of only 15 at this time are being shipped right now. I will have one in my Phoenix office in the next week and it is the only one in the Southwest right now. I'm unsure where the other 14 are going, but they seem to be spread around the country.
Costs in my clinic will range from $150-$750 per treatment and should be less than current lasers because of much fewer treatments.
Good Luck! I'm sure Florida will have one soon.