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DESCRIBE® PFD Patch for Tattoo Removal in Annapolis MD

What is the DESCRIBE® PFD Patch?

You have a tattoo you regret—for whatever reason. You’ve also heard stories about the time and discomfort associated with laser tattoo removal, so you’re not a fan. But maybe it’s time to rethink the process. Introducing the DESCRIBE® PFD Patch, an accessory to laser tattoo removal. When used with traditional laser treatments, it allows for a faster, safer and more effective tattoo removal experience compared to without the Patch.

Benefits of the DESCRIBE® PFD Patch

Benefits of using the DESCRIBE® PFD Patch includes the following:

  • Allows up to 4X as many laser passes in a single treatment
  • Helps to protect skin from the heat of the laser, which may result in less injury and less discomfort during treatment
  • Less injury may mean reduced time between office visits

Laser Tattoo Removal WITHOUT the Patch

When the laser passes over your tattoo, a white, bubbly layer forms.1 Your doctor won’t pass over this area again until that bubbly layer is gone — and that can take a while. So a physician can traditionally make only one laser pass per treatment.

Plus, you can’t schedule your next session until your skin heals, making the process even more time-consuming.

A Different Experience WITH the Patch

The DESCRIBE® Patch works quickly to eliminate that white, bubbly layer, making it possible for the doctor to perform up to 4X as many passes per treatment session compared to traditional treatment.

The Patch also helps protect your skin from the heat of the laser, which may reduce the likelihood that your skin will be damaged. Less injury can translate into reduced time between treatment sessions.

Before/After Photos

DESCRIBE PFD before/after comparison

DESCRIBE PFD before/after comparison

Questions about DESCRIBE® PFD Patch for Tattoo Removal?

If you still have questions about using the DESCRIBE® PFD Patch during your laser tattoo removal, feel free to call us at (410) 544-9988 or request an appointment online for further information today.