What PicoSure Settings Should Be Used?!

I’m often asked by patients and doctors alike what PicoSure laser tattoo removal settings I use to ensure a safe, effective and quick removal of unwanted ink.  I can understand their confusion; the PicoSure laser is a complex state-of-the-art piece of equipment that requires education, experience and dedication to master.  After all, my clinical results are second to none and several of my patients have been featured in PicoSure marketing materials.  Part of this success is due to the fact that I’m a Registered Nurse with decades of experience in tissue management and the rest is the result of dedicating my work solely to PicoSure laser tattoo removal.  The laser came out exactly 3 years ago and I’ve used it every day since then – it’s my only focus.  This specialization has allowed me to become an expert in PicoSure laser tattoo removal because I’m not performing photofacials and other work that could be done by any new-grad esthetician.

Settings Austin PicoSure Laser Tattoo Removal

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So back to the main question: Why are so many folks asking me for advice on how to operate their PicoSure laser?  The answer goes back to that old adage:  “A cookbook does not a cook make.”  In other words, the PicoSure laser is much like a scalpel; in the hands of a trained surgeon a scalpel works miracles but hand a scalpel to the average doctor or nurse and watch out.  Simply owning a PicoSure laser doesn’t make you a tattoo removal expert.  To achieve success a practitioner must dedicate years to perfecting their techniques.  That’s what I’ve done to become what I am:  Texas’ most experienced and successful PicoSure nurse.  I can’t simply tell someone what PicoSure setting to use because they wouldn’t understand.

If you would like the utmost in professional PicoSure laser tattoo removal services I can be reached  by phone @ 512-479-9997  or just stop by my NEW location in Austin, TX:  Austin Medspa on W. 6th St.


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