PicoSure is a versatile, FDA-approved laser commonly used to remove tattoos. However, PicoSure lasers can also address sun-induced brown spots, acne scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. Results can sometimes be seen after just two treatments. It utilizes "picosecond pulse technology" to identify pigmented areas or ink locations. The laser pulses energy in picoseconds (one trillionth of a second), hence the name. These rapid bursts reduce the risk of burning, making it safe for all skin types. PicoSure's effectiveness is notably remarkable compared to traditional technology.

How is PicoSure applied?
For tattoo removal, PicoSure delivers energy in ultra-short bursts to treat targeted areas, with patients often likening the laser pulse to the snap of a thin rubber band. Additionally, unlike surgery, laser acne scar and skin care treatments use ultra-short laser light pulses to address the deeper layers of the skin and support structure. The body's natural healing mechanism then sweeps away old, damaged tissue and replaces it with new, fresh collagen and elastin, the building blocks of healthy skin. It is a fast and painless treatment with minimal downtime.

Benefits of PicoSure treatment:
- Ota nevus, Becker nevus, nevus spilus
- Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- Skin rejuvenation
- Skin renewal

How many sessions of PicoSure should be applied?
Just a few applications are sufficient to improve the appearance of your skin and eliminate pigmented spots to achieve a younger look. A typical treatment lasts 10 to 30 minutes under local anesthesia. Naturally, you will have treatment sessions every six to eight weeks for your skin to heal. Additional treatments may be required for darker, deeper, or larger pigmented lesions. However, most often, it takes 3-4 sessions with intervals of 4-6 weeks.

Is PicoSure safe?
PicoSure treatment is generally considered safe, but it is safest to treat the area like a wound for a few days after treatment, as there may be swelling, warmth, pinpoint bleeding, and even some small blisters after treatment.

If you decide to undergo PicoSure treatment, you should quit smoking two weeks before treatment and inform your doctor about your medications and conditions.

PicoSure candidates
The ideal candidate is someone in good overall health who wants to remove pigmentation spots or an already healed tattoo. You are not the right candidate in the following cases:
- If you have an autoimmune disorder such as lupus or type 1 diabetes
- If there is melanoma, an active infection (such as cold sores), psoriasis, or eczema in the treated area
- You should not take any blood thinners and should not have a pacemaker or defibrillator.

Things to consider during PicoSure treatment
Patients should expect significant fading of tattoos rather than complete removal. Also, the treatment area may be sensitive after the operation. It is essential to keep the area clean and free from irritation. The lifespan of your results will depend on how well you protect your skin from sun exposure and your aging process. You may experience mild swelling, redness, and a sensation of warmth for up to several hours after facial rejuvenation treatments.


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