New Apple Watch May Require Tattoo Removal

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Apple's recent acknowledgement on April 29th that the Apple Watch heart sensor feature may not work correctly for tattooed users may inspire some to either remove body art or return their watches. Dr. Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D., F.A.C.S., a cosmetic surgeon in Dallas, Texas offers north Texas Apple Watch users a novel compromise.

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Apple Watch May Require Tattoo Removal

Someone who truly loves their body art may not want to lose even a small portion of their tattoo, but health-conscious Apple Watch owners may be willing to sacrifice a two-inch by two-inch square.

Some heart rates are going up over Apple’s recent acknowledgement that the Apple Watch heart sensor feature may not work correctly when the wearer is tattooed across the wrist area. Specifically, darker black and blue inks, patterns, and deeper-density body art may affect the light sensor’s reliability, presenting the user with incorrect health data.

Texas cosmetic surgeon Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D., F.A.C.S. of SKINTASTIC Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Skin Care Centers has an answer for Apple Watch owners in north Texas: Laser tattoo removal of the wrist area using the state-of-the-art PicoSure™ laser. Dr. Adelglass comments, “Someone who truly loves their body art may not want to lose even a small portion of their tattoo, but health-conscious Apple Watch owners may be willing to sacrifice a two-inch by two-inch square." For a limited time, SKINTASTIC is offering a complimentary PicoSure™ 2”x 2” tattoo laser removal treatment for the wrist area, specifically for Apple Watch owners.

“The PicoSure™ laser is considered to be the top-of-the-line option for tattoo removal," Dr. Adelglass continues. “One treatment with the PicoSure™ should remove a majority of the darker inks, enough to reduce interference for the Apple Watch wrist sensor." PicoSure™’s photo-mechanical and photo-thermal laser energy targets the ink, shattering it into tiny particles which are eliminated by the body naturally, resulting in lightening of the tattoo 4 to 6 weeks after treatment.

Having tattoo regret? PicoSure™ can remove a variety of tattoo types and colors; even hard-to-remove dark blue and green tattoos can effectively be erased with PicoSure™, and much faster than other tattoo removing lasers.

Contact SKINTASTIC Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Skin Care Centers at (972) 620-3223 or http://www.skintastic.com to set up a complimentary evaluation for the “Apple Watch PicoSure™ 2” x 2” Wrist Treatment”. A complimentary medical evaluation is required to determine eligibility for treatment.

Media Contact: Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D., F.A.C.S. at (214) 392-8830, or jeffadel(at)gmail(dot)com. Dr. Adelglass may be available for interview to speak on advances in new laser technologies, cosmetic surgery, beauty injectables, or clinical research.

See a video about PicoSure™ laser tattoo removal on Youtube at bit.ly/picosure.

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