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Aesthetic Medicine Symposium

Laser Tattoo Removal Training

The IAPAM is now offering Laser Tattoo Removal education with hands-on training. 

Removing tattoo’s is one of the fast growing aesthetic procedures, in fact tattoo removal treatments increased 32% from 2011 to 2012 and the percentage of patients demanding laser tattoo removal continues to rise. 

laser tattoo removal before and after

The IAPAM feels that adding this modality to your practice can contribute significantly to your bottom line.

Physicians will learn about Q-Switched lasers and how they can effectively remove many types of tattoos, including permanent makeup tattoos.

What do other physicians have to say about using Lasers for Tattoo Removal?

“Unlike other Q-switch lasers in the market, the Q-Plus C with its multiple wavelengths is both powerful and reliable laser. It is my laser of choice for tattoo removal and treatment of lentigines. My patients love the results!” ~ Dr. Gary Chuang, Tufts University

“I use the Q-Plus C to treat black and multi-colored tattoos and various pigmented lesions, including lentigines and café au lait macules. The ability to switch seamlessly between three different wavelengths is unique and invaluable. In particular, the addition of the 694 nm ruby laser to the platform allows me to treat the blues and greens that are resistant to Nd:YAG laser.

The laser is high-powered and fast, with repetition rates up to 10 Hz and with choice of three different spot sizes. Unlike alexandrite lasers, the Q-Plus C is ready to fire almost immediately after turning the key and does not require a lengthy warm up time. In summary, I have been very pleased with the performance and reliability of my Q Plus C laser.” ~ Dr. Richard J. Ort – Dermatology & Laser Institute Of Colorado – Former Hoya ConBio Medlite C6 Owner

The Results Speak for Themselves!

Laser tattoo removal results

For more detailed information on laser tattoo removal training, along with more information on providing the other core minimally-invasive treatments to your patients, please attend the next hands-on training at the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium.