MEDermis Laser Clinic's board-certified medical director captains a team of certified laser specialists, which has safely erased more than 200,000 regrettable body doodles of all shapes, sizes, and colors using Lutronic Spectra lasers. The cutting-edge apparatuses emit q-switched beams of high-energy light, which help disband ink particles and prepare them to be naturally jettisoned from the body via the lymphatic system. The lasers flit over skinscapes, fostering smooth, even skin with minimal risk of scarring, disrupting natural pigments, or attracting bored cats. Should tattoos remain visible after the recommended number of treatments, MEDermis Laser Clinic's technicians will continue to treat the area for up to one year free of charge.
Dedicated solely to laser tattoo and laser hair removal, Dr. Tattoff clinics have performed more than 170,000 procedures total, and have garnered national attention from press such as the New York Times and People magazine. The business’s specialized approach relies on experience—procedures are performed by clinicians who have performed thousands of treatments each—and science, which is especially evident through the Kirby-Desai scale. Created in-house, the Kirby-Desai scale enables doctors to accurately determine how many treatments a tattoo needs for complete removal as well as the tattoo’s weight, in case patients want to mail it to their past selves as a warning. Dr. Tattoff devotes similar scrutiny to its laser hair-removal treatments, and the clinic backs both procedures with steadfast guarantees.
After earning the Dean’s Scholarship at the University of Texas Medical School, Joel Potasznik, M.D., joined forces with a team of certified laser technicians to aid clients with tattoo removal and other laser services. A powerful YAG laser breaks up subsurface ink during tattoo-removal sessions, and technicians also harness beams to perform scar reduction, toenail-fungus reduction, and age-spot and pigmentation removal. The techs can aim laser light at spider veins and stretch marks, minimizing their appearance more effectively than a DIY shrink ray made from a saran-wrapped flashlight.