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RealSelf community says"Not only does he make sure to look at the tattoo thoroughly before and after treatment to check on the healing and progression, but he describes the laser's process as he's working on the tattoo...."
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5 out of 5 stars PicoSure
Dr. Lawlor has been great throughout my treatment. Not only does he make sure to look at the tattoo thoroughly before and after treatment to check on the healing and progression, but he describes the laser's process as he's working on the tattoo. Very helpful for those of you that are curious. The staff is awesome too! Joanie always helps me prep the foot and bandage it afterwards, as well as answers my questions about creams and ointments and supplies me with the samples I need.
5 out of 5 stars miraDry
Dr. Lawlor is great, and took plenty of time to patiently answer the tons of questions that I had about the procedure. I had really positive experiences during both visits.
$75. Applied toward purchase of a cosmetic procedure.
Awards & Recognition
Seattle Met Magazine Top Doc Award, 2015
Seattle Met Magazine Top Doc Award, 2010
Seattle Magazine Top Doc Award, 2004
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: University of Missouri
Medical: MD, University of Missouri
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Residency: Dermatology, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Treatments offered at Seattle Skin & Laser
Most popular answers from Kean B. Lawlor, MD
Although one could speculate that blisters generated by laser ablation of tattoos may potentially increase the transepidermal elimination of tattoo... READ MORE
The answer to your question isn't straight forward. How well a laser will work on your tattoo depends on a variety of factors including; your skin... READ MORE
Both methods work well, the problem with botox is that its not a long-term solution. You will experience a reduction in sweat but only for a few... READ MORE
The only issue with treating a new tattoo is the healing time between placement and your first removal. We usually recommend waiting 6-8 weeks. You... READ MORE
In short, yes, you can get it removed. Your removal will begin as soon as your skin is fully healed from the original session. I would recommend... READ MORE
Which Laser Should I Go With? Revlite,quanta,fotona? Black Done in Shop 2inchcross on Cheek/sideburn.
Is there a PicoSure in your area? PicoSure is the latest laser advancement for tattoo removal. It treats most tattoos in about half the time of older... READ MORE
I sweat all over my body so bad!! I don't know what to do. It's very embarrassing!! Any suggestions?
Have you spoken to your primary care doctor about hyperhidrosis? If you're sweating from your armpits I would highly recommend miraDry. Our patients... READ MORE
Seem to be allergic. Is laser an option, or would excision be better? I've heard with laser, ink gets absorbed into your body.
Surgery might be an option based on the location and shape of the tattoo. Laser removal of a tattoo that is causing a rash can be contraindicated and... READ MORE
I have forearm sleeve tattoo. 2 months old, all black and grey. Is the picosure the best choice for me?
You can have and grey or black tattoo removed with a variety of different lasers. I would strongly recommend the PicoSure. It is hands down the most... READ MORE
Before and After Photos by Dr. Lawlor
Kean B. Lawlor, MD has shared 14 before and after pictures with 90 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.
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