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Florida Doctor Introduces Next-Generation Laser Tattoo Removal … – PR Web (press release)04.04.17

Before and after results for one PiQo4 treatment targeting black ink only (at The Aesthetic Clinique).


An award-winning Destin-area doctor is helping tattoo-bearing Floridians restore natural appearances with the worlds most advanced tattoo removal and skin restoration technology using the breakthrough PiQo4 laser system.

Dr. Steven F. Weiner at The Aesthetic Clinique provides locals and travelers in the 30A area access to breakthrough technology for full or partial laser tattoo removal, skin restoration, facial rejuvenation, and more. The Aesthetic Clinique has a history of providing innovative treatments to patients and introducing this new tattoo removal procedure is no different.

Dr. Weiner expressed his desire to provide access to the most advanced technology for locals and visitors who have tattoos they no longer desire. Those with age spots, melasma, and other skin blemishes theyd like to remove can also find a nonsurgical cosmetic solution with this advanced treatment.

My goal is to provide optimal outcomes and a natural, refreshed appearance for my patients, said Dr. Weiner. The PiQo4 enables us to provide those optimal outcomes with the safest, fastest, and most advanced procedure available. I have been providing aesthetic treatments for over 30 years, and the PiQo4 is simply unparalleled.

Dr. Weiner is a former surgeon who now specializes in non-surgical aesthetic procedures and is the first in the area to offer patients the game-changing PiQo4 laser technology. He can now provide patients of any skin type an effective treatment for removing many skin blemishes, as well as all nine of the most common tattoo ink colorswhereas most previous generation lasers are less safe, less effective, and may only treat up to four ink colors.

This laser treatment system allows me to treat larger tattoos and stubborn resilient inks much more quickly and effectively, said Dr. Weiner. Before PiQo4, treatment sessions lengths required prolonged discomfort for the patient. Now, I can treat tattoos safer and more effectively in of the time with PiQo4.

The PiQo4 laser treatment features the worlds most advanced tattoo removal and skin restoration technology and is the only FDA-cleared picosecond and nanosecond laser with four wavelengths for advanced treatment of tattoos and pigmented lesions. The treatment area is larger, more powerful, and safer than the previous generation lasers, and its advanced features result in a reported 40 percent fewer treatments needed.

Voted as one of Americas Top Plastic Surgeons and board-certified in Otolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery, Dr. Weiner is now able to provide tattoo and skin restoration treatments using the new PiQo4 laser at his facility, The Aesthetic Clinique in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Prospective patients can call (850) 622-1214 to speak with Dr. Weiners staff and determine their candidacy for the new advanced procedure.


About The Aesthetic Clinique Steven F. Weiner, MD

The Aesthetic Clinique, serving Santa Rosa Beach and surrounding areas since 2005, aims to provide the highest quality, safest, and most advanced nonsurgical cosmetic procedures with minimal downtime and naturally appearing outcomes to Floridas 30A, Destin, and Panama City areas. Dr. Weiners specialties include injectables, lasers treatments, and noninvasive body contouring and he is a highly sought after injection physician trainer, international lecturer, and researcher. By offering a quick, simple, and effective solution for tattoo removal, age spot removal, and acne, as well as a variety of cosmetic procedures for the face and body, Dr. Weiner and his professional staff are able to help their patients create natural, refreshed appearances. For more information visit

About the PiQo4 Laser Treatment System

The PiQo4 Laser Treatment System is available from Zarin Medical. Zarin provides a suite of lasers for aesthetic procedures (tattoo and hair removal, vascular conditions, etc.) and medical conditions (feminine rejuvenation, urogynecology, etc.). Contact Zarin toll-free at (844) 927-4600 or visit for more information.

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Trump Immigration Enforcement Spurs Gang Tattoo Removal Boom – legal Insurrection (blog)04.02.17

Fears of deportation over gang-linked images

One of the industries that has been most impacted by the aftermath of the 2016 election has been the tattoo removal business.

At the end of last year, Kemberlee Kaye noted that many millennials were consulting plastic surgeons to remove now unwanted body art.

As we head toward President Trumps 100th day in office, and it is apparent he is continuing his policies of having Immigration and Customs Enforcement actually enforcefederal law, another tattoo removal experts are now seeing a different kind of client: Illegal aliens.

The fear of being deported is spreading to tattoo parlors, which have seen a spike in removal requests since more strict immigration measures have been put in place by the Trump administration.

Tattoos are widely used among gang members from Central America. MS 13, also sometimes just MS or 13, is a symbol of the Mara Salvatrucha gang from El Salvador. Typically these tattoos can be found anywhere on the body, but are most often found in highly visible places like the face, hands or neck.

La Eme, or The M, is the symbol of the Mexican Mafia, considered one of the most ruthless prison gangs in the U.S.

Tattoo-related fears were stoked after last month a Mexican immigrant who was protected by President Obamas Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was arrested outside his home in Seattle for his alleged gang ties Daniel Ramirez, who remains in custody, had a tattoo on his forearm.

This boom is occurring in California, despite the fact that Sacramentos politicians are gearing up to create a Sanctuary State.

An East Bay tattoo removal clinic says theyve treated a record number of clients since the election.

..The number of customers has doubled. Typically, people go in to remove an ex-lovers name or get rid of tattoos for job interviews.

But the fear of deportation is a new reason.

A lot of people dont want to be a moving target or even seen as a target, says Nora Ruiz of the San Pablo Economic Development Corporation. And for fear that they might be seen as a certain type of person or judged in anyway, people want to get their tattoos removed.

It appears as if the unauthorized immigrants are weighing President Trumps threats against Sacramentos pipe dreams, and adjusting their body art accordingly.

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Rapist Does Not Have To Pay For Victim’s Tattoo Removal – Opposing Views03.26.17

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… 28, was convicted of third-degree rape after carrying on a sexual relationship with a girl who was under the age of 16, reports KATU. Alonso was 22 or 23 at the time. In 2014, he was ordered to pay $3,000 to cover the cost of removing the victim's

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Convicted rapist not on hook for victim’s tattoo removal – KOIN.com03.26.17
Convicted rapist not on hook for victim's tattoo removal
The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that 28-year-old Jaime Alonso should not be held financially responsible for his victim's tattoo removal because his statutory rape of the girl wasn't connected to the
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This Ohio Spa Is Offering Free Laser Tattoo Removal For Customers With Racially-Influenced Ink – Allure Magazine03.22.17

Tattoos can be a wonderful way to express yourselfbut, if you dont choose your ink carefully, they can also be something youll regret later in life. Tattoo removal, while possible, is really expensive, and often requires several sessions to work. Fortunately for the residents of one Ohio town, a local medi-spa is offering free laser removal of racially-influenced tattoos, as a way to help former racists let go of their troubled pasts and start fresh (hopefully, with an open mind).

Skin Deep Medi Spa in Strongesville, OH, is one of a handful of shops in the state that carries the PicoWay laser, a high-tech, fast and relatively painless tattoo removal laser, reports. Usually, tattoo removal costs anywhere from $500 to $6,000, and requires at least two treatments to work. But in the wake of the recent election and increased racial tensions, the shop is running a limited-time promotion, offering free tattoo removal for anyone with a racially-influenced tattoo. Those interested in taking advantage of the offer have to book their removal before the end of the month, but the actual sessions can take place anytime after that.

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In a statement, owner Joe Stanoszek explained of the offer: We have technology that can offer a clean slate, and hopefully a fresh perspective. We want to empower anyone that has changed their mindset to be free of their past, in hopes that they will influence those around them to be accepting, regardless of race.

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Visit Skin Deeps website to learn more about the laser removal process, and call 440-238-6898 to make an appointment. And next time, remember: Think before you get inked (or just get a removable tattoo ).

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Ruby Rose Is Saying Good-Bye to Her Beloved Hand Tattoos – Cosmopolitan.com03.18.17

Before Ruby Rose became a household name as Stella Carlin on Orange Is the New Black, fans obsessed over the androgynous model’s self-produced short film Break Free, in which she washes away body makeup to reveal the many gorgeous tattoos (she stopped counting after 60!) covering her entire body.

But even though the actress clearly loves herself some body ink, I’d now like to ask for moment of silence for Ruby Rose’s hand tattoos, because the actress has decided to remove them.

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“Im in the process of getting a few removed that get in the way of acting, because you can cover everything with makeup, but getting the creases and corners on hands can be difficult,” Ruby explained at the Urban Decay x Basquiat launch Wednesday. “Its been tough. Ive started here [points to knuckles], but Im constantly shooting, so I cant get anything removed while Im filming. Because if I had the tattoo at the beginning and don’t at the end, [it’s a problem]. But what weve been doing is covering them and putting new ones on, which has been fun as well.”

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She says the tattoo she regrets getting the most is the “tramp stamp” of a rose and Celtic design she got with her mom when she was 16 and describes as “very, very classy. Classic. Iconic. Some would say revolutionary,” but that one’s here to stay awhile longer. “I kept it because its a memory, and its fun, and I love it.”

Rose, the face of Urban Decay’s latest Basquiat-inspired collaboration, also described her many tattoos that pay homage to the late graffiti artist, like the crown on her chest, and a portrait and sketches on her arm.

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“I have been a really huge Basquiat fan since I was a kid, ” she explains. “As I grew up and better understood his mind, his way of thinking, and all the things he accomplished at such a young age, I became more and more inspired by his work and his existence on this planet … The thing with Basquiat is that he knew himself. He knew what he wanted to do on this planet. He knew he wanted to do art. He believed in his art. He believed in it when nobody believed in it. And he knew that he wanted to send a message and make an imprint on this planet when he was here. And I know that I have those same kind of feelings and drive where its like, everything I do I want to have a purpose behind. I want to know that when I leave the Earth, I did something special and different, and I created something magical.”

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Ink regret brings an increase in cosmetic repairs – Beaumont Enterprise03.14.17

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Jazmine Eaglin’s is having her 5 year-old butterfly tattoo removed. Photo taken Thursday, March 02, 2017 Guiseppe Barranco/The Enterprise

Jazmine Eaglin’s is having her 5 year-old butterfly tattoo removed. Photo taken Thursday, March 02, 2017 Guiseppe Barranco/The Enterprise

Ink regret brings an increase in cosmetic repairs

Kallie Petty expects to undergo six more painful laser treatments before she is rid of a memento of her soon-to-be ex-husband – a large black-and-red tattoo on her right hip spelling out “Jared.”

“It’s the stupidest thing I ever got. I don’t know why I got it,” said Petty, 30.

Petty, who has been coming

to her sister Karista Reed’s Beaumont clinic, Zapn’Ink Laser Tattoo Removal, since September, is on her fourth treatment. The Buna woman’s tattoo is visibly faded.

Read said she thinks it will be at least another year and a half before “Jared” is gone.

As tattoos have become increasingly commonplace, so have people like Petty, who are choosing to laser off or strategically cover a lamentable decision they don’t want to be reminded of daily. According to a 2016 Harris Poll, almost three in 10 Americans have a tattoo, but almost a fourth of people with a tattoo say they regret at least one, up from 14 percent who said so in 2012.

People with ink remorse discover it can be faster and cheaper to eradicate a relationship than its evidence. The cost of a clean – at least emotional – slate can be thousands of dollars and hours of pain.

Petty said she paid $150 for the tattoo of her husband’s name seven years ago, right after they were married. It will cost about $2,000 to have “Jared” knocked off, said Read.

As Read carefully runs the laser over the curvy script, Petty said it burns like a rubber band continuously snapped against her skin. Before the procedure, Petty put numbing cream on her tattoo, which Read offers to all of her clients.

Petty said she won’t get another tattoo.

“I feel like I change my clothes, my shoes and my hair color often. I don’t want anything permanent,” she said.

Taking it off

As laser technology continues to improve, more people are heading to clinics like Read’s to zap off their ex-partner’s names or previously trendy symbols that have failed the test of time.

The number of people getting a tattoo removed by laser jumped 39 percent from 2014 to 2015, according to an annual report from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Leading the pack are millennials like Petty, who want to start families or careers or who just don’t want to look at the same mistake for the rest of their lives.

Of the 46,000 tattoos removed in 2015, almost half were from millennials, ages 19 to 35, according to the ASAPS report.

Read, who opened her clinic with her husband two years ago in rented space at Christus Hospital’s outpatient clinic in Beaumont, had two other clients the same morning as Petty. She estimates she sees 25 to 30 clients a week.

Read said she has removed tattoos from former gang members and prisoners and tattoos that have prevented people from enlisting in the army or have hindered professional growth. Far and away her biggest clients – making up half her business -are people who want ex-lovers’ names removed.

Port Arthur resident Jorge Araica said he decided to remove a cross tattoo from his face to sway his kids from making the same mistake.

“When my kids said they wanted it, that’s what made me change my mind,” said Araica, 34.

Araica got the tattoo in his early 20s as a memorial to his grandmother when she was sick and he thought she might not live.

She recovered, but by then he already had the outline of the black cross tattooed from his ear to the corner of his mouth.

Eric Bernstein, a dermatologist and the director of the Ardmore, Pennyslvania-based Laser Surgery and Cosmetic Dermatology Centers, said he has seen a “huge increase” in tattoo removal cases in recent years, driven both by a jump in the number of people getting tattoos and recent advancements in tattoo removal technology.

“Lasers have gotten a lot faster and a lot more reliable and can remove a lot more colors,” he said.

Bernstein said in 2012 the Food and Drug Administration approved the PicoSure laser, which is better than its predecessors at removing green, purple, blue and yellow ink.

Before, he could only get those colors to fade, at best.

But technology has a long way to go, Bernstein said. White ink is still difficult to remove, and treatment will take much longer if the tattoo has been covered up by another one, he said.

The laser breaks up the ink particles, which allows the body’s immune system to eliminate them slowly. Some tattoos can require up to a dozen sessions before they are gone, and the sessions must be spaced at least several weeks apart, he said.

Laser removal sessions are not cheap, costing an average of $365 each, according to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery report. As a cosmetic procedure, it is rarely – if ever – covered by insurance.

As a result, some people wait years and pay thousands of dollars before their tattoos are gone.

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Getting a tattoo? Consider removal options first, longevity columnist … – CBC.ca03.13.17

The number of Canadians getting tattoos is increasing, but so is the number of people regretting getting one in the first place, a longevity columnist says.

“Statistics show that both things are true more people are getting tattooed and more people appear to want to get them taken off later,” Sharon Basaraba told The Homestretch this week.

She says tattoos are far more common today than a few years ago. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau even has one.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is one of very few world leaders with a visible tattoo. (Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press)

“About 20 per cent of Canadians have at least one tattoo, in the U.S. it’s higher, about 29 per cent. That’s up from a few years ago according to a Harris poll last year,” Basaraba said.

That same poll shows about a quarter of peoplewith tattoos later say they regret getting one, said Basaraba.Research published in 2013 in the British Journal of Dermatology looked at about 600 tattooed adults in the U.K. and found 37 per cent of them regretted their tattoos.

“Researchers say this so-called tattoo remorse is so widespread that it should actually be highlighted on the initial consent forms when people get a tattoo.”

Longevity columnist Sharon Basaraba says roughly 25 per cent of people who get tattoos ultimately change their mind. (Supplied)

Tattoo removal though can be tricky.

“The most common method involves something called a Q-switched laser. Each laser targets a specific colour, delivering short blasts of light at high intensity and the pigment is shattered without breaking the skin,” Basarabasaid.

“It is taken away from the body, metabolized or excreted.”

The process takes a while and is said to be painful. Depending on the size and detail involved, Basaraba says a single tattoo can take anywhere from six to more than 12 treatments.

“Different lasers might have to be used, often tattoos are made up of different colours. You have to wait several weeks for the skin to heal between those treatments even though the skin’s surface does stay intact.”

Indiana-based wrestler and one-time fan of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Eric Hartsburg, has a stylized Romney “R” tattoo removed. (Nick Ut/The Associated Press)

She says lasers can be a lot better than older options.

“At least it’s much better than older techniques, which basically involved sanding off the tattoo through dermabrasion or surgically removing that layer of skin.”

Basaraba says the age and colouring of a tattoo can affect its ease of removal too.

“Newer tattoos may also be tougher to remove than older ones because the body breaks down the inks over time in some cases. Certain colours are more resistant to removal. Lighter colours, ironically, like yellow, green and red are the toughest to get rid of.”

Injuries may not be common but they can be significant.

“A couple of years ago in Quebec, 18 women ended up with second-degree burns and blistering after a tattoo removal procedure. Many were left with raised scars in the shape of their tattoos,” Basaraba said.

Having a tattoo removed with a laser can feel like grease from a frying pan or an elastic being snapped against the skin, she added, and depending on the size can cost thousands of dollars.

Former skinhead Bryon Widner has facial tattoos removed over time. (Duke Tribble, Courtesy of MSNBC and Bill Brummel Productions/The Associated Press)

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Consumer Reports: What you need to know about tattoo removal … – 12news.com03.07.17

Consumer Reports looked into the best tattoo removal methods available.

Consumer Reports , KPNX 12:32 PM. MST March 07, 2017

Consumer Reports offers expert advice about getting a tattoo removed. (Photo: Consumer Reports)

That tattoo on your body, that seemed like a great idea in your twenties? Well, it may not be so appealing anymore.

If youre between 18 and 50 years old, its likely youre sporting at least one, and many of you may have second thoughts. But dont worry – not all tattoos are forever. Removing or replacing them with different ones is a growing industry.

Consumer Reports explains what works and whats safe.

How laser tattoo removal works: Pulses of high-intensity light break up the ink beneath your skin. The laser targets just the tattoo and wont damage the surrounding tissue. But it usually takes multiple sessions.

Its the safest and most effective way out there to remove or even lighten tattoos. Stay away from other methods like dermabrasion or surgical excision.

But laser removal can have down sides. Sometimes painful — it may cause infection — or scarring. Its less effective on legs or feet or if youre a smoker. And it can cost hundreds, even thousands of dollars, because these procedures are not covered by insurance.

States vary widely for clinic owners and laser operators when it comes to requiring medical credentials.

Consumer Reports says be careful where you have your tattoos removed. It also recommends using physicians experienced in laser surgery.

Find more advice from Consumer Reports on its website.

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Mobile Tattoo Removal Shop Helps Ex-Gang Members Get Rid Of Their ‘Job Stoppers’ – Konbini US03.01.17

Having tattoos can definitelylead to some controversial exchanges be it with your family or complete strangers who just feel like they have the right to utter their useless opinions about your body. But sometimes, having ink on can literally ruin your life.

Many former convicts and gang members find themselves struggling to re-enter the job market due to visible tattoos and the negative preconceptions they carry. That’s whereTattooEmergency911 comes in to help.

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Founded by Jesus Bujanda and his wife Gayedine, TattooEmergency911 is a mobile tattoo removal clinic from Denver, Colorado. Working out of a repurposed ambulance car, Bujanda and his wife Gayedine specialize in lasering-off unwanted ink off their customers, many of whom are at-risk youth and former inmates.

In an interview with Colorado Public Radio(CPR), Bujanda explains the preconceptions surrounding gang-related tattoos, aka “job stoppers”:

“They call ’em job stoppers. As soon as employers see something on your hand, on your neck, on your face, they just get leery right away. And they have so many applications to choose from that thats an easy way to get looked over.”

Although Bujanda’s services are not free with prices ranging from $49 to $349 and more, part of it if sponsored by the state which aims to help juvenile offenders, parolees, ex-gang members and other at-risk individuals successfully transition back into society.

He alsooffers special prices for United Statesveterans, policemen, firemen and educators.

Tattoo removal is definitely not a pleasant procedure, Bujanda underlines. “Have you ever splashed bacon grease on yourself? Add electricity to that,” he tells CPR. It can take anywhere between 4 to 15 treatments depending on the size, quality,color scheme of the tattoo and the customer’s skin type.

On the TattooEmergency911 website, Bujanda exhibits photos of thetattoo removals he’s done. Bujanda and his wife hopeto branch out their business into other states and possibly work with Colorado prisons.

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