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Disappearing Ink


 
Client before

With 11 locations in the United States and more than 18,000 treatments completed, Invisible Ink Tattoo Removers became the first national tattoo provider to feature the revolutionary color-erasing 3-Wavelength PicoWay technology. Last fall, the company opened a center in Nashville located in Sieveking Plastic Surgery.


Client after 8 treatments

The technology is able to erase tattoo colors from all skin types and typically takes about half the number treatment sessions as more traditional tattoo removal. Each session takes only a few minutes to complete.

The 3-Wavelength PicoWay system works in a broader spectrum and utilizes titanium sapphire to deliver ultra-short pulses of energy to shatter and destroy ink particles without thermal injury to the surrounding skin. Operating in picoseconds, the system emits more powerful bursts of energy at shorter intervals than traditional lasers.



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