PiQo4 Advanced Tattoo RemovalMost powerful laser on the market for shorter, more comfortable treatments
Treats Every Color of the Rainbow
Advanced Skin + Body Aesthetics, P.C. offers laser tattoo removal with the PiQo4 laser by Lumenis. The PiQo4 laser is the most powerful laser on the market for removing tattoos of all colors, brown spots, sun spots, birth marks, and the pigmentation of melasma. The PiQo4 laser uses a precise combination of high-power output and four wave length to target nine of the most common tattoo ink colors and various brown discolorations on the skin. Because it can treat a larger sized area per pulse than competitor lasers, it reaches even the deepest most stubborn colors and clears pigment more efficiently than other devices.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do tattoo removal lasers work?
How does the new PiQo4 laser work for tattoo removal?
The PiQo4 laser delivers energy in exceptionally fast nano and picosecond pulses. Studies have shown that the best way to clear pigment in tattoos is to first use short bursts of energy in the nanosecond range. This breaks up large “rocks” of pigment into smaller pebbles. Then, subsequent laser passes utilize even faster picosecond pulses to break these pebbles into sand. What does this mean for your tattoo? Faster clearance in as few as 2 treatments! Most other tattoo lasers have just nano or pico second capabilities alone, which are simply less effective than the combination.
What makes the PiQo4 laser better than competitor pigment and tattoo removing lasers?
- The PiQo4 laser uses the highest energy, 10 times greater than any competitor system, allowing it to remove tattoos in 40% fewer treatments.
- Because of its deeper penetration, it can clear more stubborn tattoos more efficiently and safely.
- Its 4 distinct wavelengths allows it to treat 9 of the most popular tattoo colors more efficiently
- The PiQo4 laser also has a fractionated setting, allowing it to gently remove more challenging pigmentation in darker skin tones without injury.