A Free Gift to Breast Cancer Survivors - Laser Tattoo Removal

To honor breast cancer survivors, New York City Dermatologist Dr. Arielle Kauvar, whose work has been featured on this blog, is offering a very special service for women who have gone through radiation treatments.

Dr. Kauvar is graciously donating her time to offer free laser removal of medical tattoos used to guide radiation for breast cancer treatments. Many times, women may want these small freckle-like reminders of their treatment removed. The markings may also be visible above a low-cut dress, or bathing suit.

Here's the info:
Board-certified dermatologist and leading medical expert, Dr. Arielle Kauvar of New York Laser & Skin Care, is offering a FREE treatment in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Kauvar will provide laser removal of the medical tattoos breast cancer patients receive as part of their radiation treatment (the black dots serve as guides to properly align the radiation equipment). Patients should obtain approval from their oncologist before removing these tattoos.

This free treatment will take place on Friday, October 23, 2009 during office hours at:
New York Laser & Skin Care
1044 Fifth Avenue at 86th Street
Please call (212) 249-9440 to schedule your appointment.

Dr. Kauvar is a board certified dermatologist and founding director of New York Laser & Skincare.She is also a clinical associate professor at NYU School of Medicine. Her complete bio, directions to her office, etc. can be found at www.nylaserskincare.com.


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