Advanced Quanta Q-Plus C laser pulses three wavelengths to dissolve unwanted ink & clinic helmed by plastic surgeon alleviates discomfort
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What You'll Get
Despite being useful cheat sheets, Scantron test tattoos serve little purpose once the SAT exams are over and can be difficult to remove with just the eraser from a No. 2 pencil. Erase unwanted ink with today’s Groupon to San Diego Laser Removal. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get $150 worth of laser tattoo removal.
- For $89, you get $300 worth of laser tattoo removal.<p>
San Diego Laser Removal, helmed by experienced plastic surgeon James J. Chao, gradually expunges tattoos with high-energy pulsing lasers. A Quanta Q-Plus C laser wields three wavelengths and a Q-switched combo system to dissolve the offending ink into particles, which the body later absorbs. Removal ($49/inch for up to 5”; $25/inch for 6”–10”; $15/inch for 11”+) frees skin of shameful tic-tac-toe games or allegiances to failed spin-off sitcoms. Green, red, blue, and black hues all cave readily to the laser’s beams and mesmerizing wiles. To alleviate discomfort, the clinic can use either a topical numbing cream or local anesthetic upon request prior to treatment. Because the body’s cells absorb the dissolved pigment slowly, much like a cobra ingesting the Hulk, multiple sessions usually take place at three-week intervals. San Diego Laser Removal requires that each session contains a minimum of $99 worth of removal work.
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About San Diego Laser Removal
At San Diego Laser Removal, located inside Propaganda Tattoo, tattoo artists join forces with a laser-wielding medical staff either to give inked artwork the heave-ho or remove just a portion and retouch the remainder. The second option comes in handy for salvaging the best parts of an existing tattoo, such as the first 99 decimal digits of pi. For fading artwork, the staff's arsenal of three Q-switched lasers covers the full spectrum of ink shades, though greens and yellows may require more treatments. The staff can limit discomfort—which is comparable to the slap of a thin rubber band—by applying topical anesthetic cream or injecting local anesthetic into targeted areas.