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Dr. George O. Gavrila Opens Baltimore Tattoo Removal, Offers Astanza Duality Laser Technology
Date:9/19/2013

BALTIMORE, Sept. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Anti-aging and aesthetics-focused physician Dr. George O. Gavrila has opened Baltimore Tattoo Removal, the city's first tattoo removal specialty clinic featuring the advanced Astanza Duality laser. Dr. Gavrila's motivation for offering state-of-the-art tattoo removal to Greater Baltimore is to provide a solution to the rising trend of tattoo regret.

Dr. Gavrila's medical career has focused on age intervention and helping patients' physical appearances reflect how they feel inside. Tattoo removal, which gives people a chance to reclaim their skin's natural look, was a logical next step for Dr. Gavrila. Because tattoo removal is both a medical and aesthetic procedure, his background easily reflects in the Baltimore Tattoo Removal's approach.

"We are the only clinic in Baltimore dedicated solely to removing unwanted tattoos, and we invested in the best tattoo removal technology to give our patients unparalleled results," said Gavrila. "I personally assess and treat all tattoos myself to ensure the patient gets the best removal results possible."

Baltimore Tattoo Removal's Duality laser is the gold standard of tattoo removal technology. Tattoos are located deep within the skin, and the Astanza Duality has been designed to specifically target and treat stubborn ink particles. The Duality uses Q-switched technology to send brief, intense pulses of light energy into the skin, targeting the tattoo. The Astanza Duality uses two wavelengths of light energy, giving Baltimore Tattoo Removal the ability to treat virtually all ink colors with high efficacy.

"Choosing a sophisticated laser system like the Duality was an obvious choice for Dr. Gavrila," said Ryan Lambert'/>"/>

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