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Last updated on June 7th, 2019 at 3:52 pm
Laser Tattoo Removal Treatment

Laser Tattoo Removal Treatment

Tattoo Ink Removal – Black and Multi-coloured tattoos

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How Does Pico Laser Tattoo Removal Work?

Tattoo removal lasers breaks down tattoo ink using bursts of laser energy.

Subsequently, the tattoo ink will be gradually removed by your immune system.

Pico Laser versus Q-switched Laser For Tattoo Removal

Not all lasers are equal.

To achieve a good tattoo removal result, the laser must be able to generate High Powered Beams in Short Pulses.

High powered laser beams are needed to shatter the tattoo ink particles. Short pulses ensure that there is less damage to surrounding skin.

The most advanced tattoo removal laser is the Picosecond Laser.

The Picosecond Laser is the better than Q-switched laser at breaking down tattoo ink because it can generate higher power laser energy in shorter bursts (picosecond versus nanosecond bursts).


Pico Plus versus other Pico Lasers

Lutronic PicoPlus is a second-generation picosecond laser that generates the highest peak power (1.8GW) in the gold standard 450 picosecond ultra-short pulse duration. This makes it one of the most powerful ultra-short pulse pico laser in the world. This ensures that results are faster, and more effective with fewer treatment sessions.

Lutronic PicoPlus’s stable laser beam profile comes from Lutronic Corporation’s long-standing track record in producing cutting-edge pigment removal lasers like Spectra (nano-second Q-switched Nd:YAG laser) and Pico 4+ (first generation picosecond laser).

Lutronic PicoPlus has the most versatility amongst Picosecond lasers in tattoo removals with 4 Picosecond wavelengths (532nm, 595nm, 660nm and 1064nm).

Lutronic PicoPlus is amongst the few third partycertified true picosecond lasers available in Singapore like the Discovery Pico, PicoSure, and PicoWay.

Certain other lasers may be marketed as “Pico technology” but they are not true picosecond lasers, and are unable to generate the speed as a genuine pico laser, and may not deliver similar results.