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Surgeon-Operated Palm Beach Tattoo Removal Clinic Incorporates Astanza Duality Laser Technology
Date:11/15/2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Nov. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Respected ENT surgeons Dr. Neil Goldhaber and Dr. Suresh Raja, owners and operators of Palm Beach Tattoo Removal, have added an Astanza Duality Laser to their practice, offering more effective removal of a wider range of unwanted tattoos.

Dr. Goldhaber and Dr. Raja expanded their medical services and created Palm Beach Tattoo Removal as a reaction to widespread "tattoo regret" and the growing demand for laser tattoo removal treatment. Venturing into tattoo removal appealed to Dr. Goldhaber and Dr. Raja because it is a profitable, growing, cash-pay industry that is Florida-regulated in favor of physicians and medical professionals.

For Palm Beach Tattoo Removal, Dr. Goldhaber and Dr. Raja chose to invest in the gold standard of tattoo removal systems that offers the necessary performance for tattoo removal patients to see results in fewer laser treatments. Tattoo ink is embedded in deep layers of the skin, and treatment requires powerful laser beams to cause tattoo fading.

The active q-switching feature of the Astanza Duality Laser is an essential technology to achieve the consistently high-intensity energy pulses required to shatter tattoo ink particles. The Astanza Duality is an Nd:YAG laser that functions at two crucial wavelengths to successfully shatter the complete spectrum of tattoo ink colors. Paired together, the q-switching power and Nd:YAG versatility of the Astanza Duality Laser allow for faster results for Palm Beach Tattoo Removal patients.

Technology incorporated in Astanza Laser systems includes some of the latest developments that assure patient safety and enables the removal of the widest range of tattoos. "We're pleased to provide the upgraded technology of our Duality laser to help the surgeons of Palm Beach Tattoo Removal," says Ryan N Lambert, President of Astanza Laser.'/>"/>

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