It is estimated that close to 25% of the U.S. population has some sort of tattoo. Eventually, as many as 50% of them want to have laser tattoo removal.

There is good news for those who have an unwanted body design. Here's how it works: lasers remove tattoos by breaking up the pigment colors of the tattoo with a high-intensity light beam. Then, your lymphatic system filters out the broken down ink particles naturally.

At Faded Rose Tattoo Removal, Board-certified Medical Director Dr. Clyde McMorris oversees the patients treatments as expert Certified Laser Technicians perform laser tattoo removal. Faded Rose Tattoo Removal offers the leading technology with the Quanta Q Plus C laser offering Opti-Beam technology.

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Quanta Q-Plus C

Quanta Q-Plus C

The OPTIBEAM® technology is extremely important for any application where the Q-switched laser is involved. The laser beam profile must be as homogeneous as possible, otherwise longer healing time and side effects can occur. The extremely high laser peak power of these devices (more than 160 MW) has to treat the skin without any “hot points” in the spot size. The OPTIBEAM® handpiece assures a perfect flat top beam profile due to its advanced optical technology, distributing the laser power homogeneously all over the spot size.​