The newer, faster, stronger PicoSure Pro harnesses the power of picosecond technology to tackle pigmentary concerns, fine lines, texture, tattoo removal and more.
The PicoSure Pro device delivers 755nm energy in picoseconds; the delivery is so quick that it spares the skin from high thermal damage while optimally targeting unwanted pigment, wrinkles, acne scars and pores with less downtime than traditional lasers.
With over 1 million treatments performed and 100% patient satisfaction1, PicoSure Pro has become a popular and trusted treatment worldwide.Download Brochure
Topical anesthetic may be administered to increase patient comfort; although this is not routinely needed.
There is no downtime with PicoSure Focus™ facials. Patients may experience erythema that typically resolves within a few hours, but in some cases, may linger up to 24 hours. Since each patient is unique, we highly recommend following the outlined clinical guidelines to help optimise safety and efficacy before treatment.
Most unwanted pigment will significantly lighten or clear in 2-3 sessions.
Typically less than 5% of subjects observe side effects however they can occur and include:
The same complications and risks that exist for conventional or traditional surgery also exist for laser surgery. These include, but are not limited to the following:
PicoSure is the first and only aesthetic picosecond laser for the safe and effective removal of tattoos and benign pigmented lesions, as well as acne scars, wrinkles and skin revitalisation treatments. Clinical data shows better clearance in fewer treatments.
Successful and Rapid Treatment of Blue and Green Tattoo Pigment with a Novel Picosecond Laser
Brauer JA, Reddy KK, Anolik R, et al. Arch Dermatol. 2012;148(7):820-823.
Treatment of Tattoos with a Picosecond Alexandrite Laser: A Prospective Trial
Saedi N, Metelitsa A, Petrell K, et al. Arch Dermatol. 2012;148(12):1360-1363.
Use of a Picosecond Pulse Duration Laser with Specialized Optic for Treatment of Facial Acne Scarring
Brauer JA, Kazlouskaya V, Alabdulrazzaq H, et al. JAMA Dermatol. Published online November 19, 2014.
Picosecond Lasers: The Next Generation of Short-pulsed Lasers
Freedman J., Kaufman J., Metelitsa A., Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery. Vol. 33, December 2014.
Treatment of Nevus of Ota with a Picosecond 755-nm Alexandrite Laser
Chesnut C., Diehl J., Lask G. Dermatol Surg. 2015;41:508–536.
Clearance of Yellow Tattoo Ink With a Novel 532-nm Picosecond Laser
Alabdulrazzaq H., Brauer J., Bae YS., Geronemus R. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2015; Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 47:285–288.
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These before and after photographs are of a patient treated with Cynosure’s PicoSure device, not the PicoSure Pro device advertised herein. The PicoSure Pro device has the same parameters as the PicoSure device and so while individual results vary, similar results are expected.
David McDaniel, MD
“All of my fractional ablative patients who have transitioned to the PicoSure using the FOCUS lens array report reduced discomfort and minimal downtime compared to their prior treatments. Overall I have been especially impressed with how minimal and brief the duration of redness is after treatment compared to my other fractional lasers.”
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