WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Anne L. White of Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center (www.CarolinaLaser.com) is offering FREE laser tattoo removal of radiation tattoos for breast cancer patients for the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Dr. White understands on a personal level what breast cancer patients go through. Her sister-in-law, Molly Deuble White is a breast cancer survivor. Molly is married to Dr. White's brother, Dr. Clinton White. They live in Galveston, TX where Dr. Clinton White is Chairman of Infectious Disease at the University of Texas-Galveston. Dr. White says, "Because of Molly's experience, I hold a special place in my heart for breast cancer patients."
For so many woman wanting to have their radiation tattoos removed it usually falls into one of two categories: cosmetic or psychological. Once radiation is complete and the tattoos have served their purpose, the visible location of some tattoos is not aesthetically pleasing to a woman. Psychologically, these tattoos are a constant reminder of a very difficult journey these women have endured. In order for some woman to move forward with their lives, having radiation tattoos removed helps put closure on a time they would like erased from their life.
Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center was the first in North Carolina to offer the latest advance in Laser Tattoo Removal ... Picosure for faster tattoo removal in fewer treatments and REVLITE® the "gold standard" for removal of red pigment. "We offer the fastest treatment time and the least number of treatments to achieve excellent results," says Dr. Anne White. PicoSure is the world's first picosecond aesthetic laser cleared by the FDA. Since introducing Laser Tattoo Removal to the Winston-Salem area in 2002, Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center has completed over 15,000 cases of Laser Tattoo Removal.
At Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center we are passionately committed to providing the safest and latest non-surgical, non-invasive, no downtime cosmetic, laser and dermatology treatments to help patients look as young outside as they feel inside," Dr. White says.
For breast cancer patients, having radiation tattoos removed depends largely on a woman's health and diagnosis. Dr. White always advises patients to consult with their oncologist to get approval before moving forward.
Anne L. White, M.D. has been in private practice in Winston-Salem since 1988 and has focused on cosmetic and laser procedures since 2002. She is a Winston-Salem Cosmetic Surgeon and medical Director of Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center. She is known to be the first in offering the latest, safest and effective products and procedures to the Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point Triad. She is well-gifted and her patients often remark she has an artistic eye and a gentle touch. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, American Society for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, and the American College of Phlebology.
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