Removery Offers PicoWay®, A State-Of-The-Art Method For Tattoo Removal
BOSTON, MASS – Removery, one of the Northeast leading tattoo removal centers, is proud to announce that they have acquired the PicoWay laser. Removery is one of the very first centers in the Boston-area to offer this new equipment that will allow most patients to have tattoos removed in fewer treatments with speedier recovery time and greater results.
“We are committed to delivering the best possible experience for our patients, and, in the tattoo removal field, that means offering the most technologically-advanced and safest equipment available,” Carmen Vanderheiden, owner of The Finery said. “This picosecond aesthetic laser is one of the best tattoo removal treatment options available today and will allow most patients to get rid of that unwanted tattoo over a shorter period of time.”
Clinical data shows better results in fewer sessions using PicoWay. PicoWay uses PressureWave Technology to break up the tattoo into minuscule particles that are eliminated by the body. Tattoo colors, such as green or blue, that are especially hard to remove, as well as recalcitrant tattoos (previously-treated tattoos), can be removed with PicoWay.
Roy Geronemus, M.D., Director of the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York, performed a study of PicoWay and was quoted as saying, “Our study shows that picosecond technology more effectively targets blue and green pigment, which is typically difficult to remove. In addition, PicoWay more rapidly lightens other colors, with improved recovery time due to less collateral injury to the surrounding tissue.”
Removery not only offers patients the best tattoo removal options, but they are also competitively priced. As of June 2013, PicoWay treatments start at just $150 per session.
“Almost every person who enters our tattoo removal center wants to know how quickly they can have the tattoo removed,” Vanderheiden said. “Now that we offer PicoWay I am giving shorter estimated timelines for removal than I’ve ever been able to give patients. It’s revolutionized the procedure.”