Total Tattoo Book
“Dr. Snyder started zapping tats in the late 1980’s, back when the laser technology was practically unheard of. After news of his expertise made nationwide headlines – the doctor was one of only two in the country to perform the cutting edge procedure.”
In this cover story, “Now You Don’t See It! Dr. Snyder’s Amazing Laser Machine”, Dr. Snyder explains in great detail his laser tattoo removal process and is featured performing numerous laser tattoo removals on world-renowned tattooists at the Dermatology Laser Center. Read how Dr. Snyder has gone out of his way to get to know the tattoo community and has gained a great appreciation and respect for the art of tattooing. Says Dr. Snyder, “I’ve seen tattoo work of incredible quality, some of it better than fine oil paintings.” In this 5-page article filled with before and after color photos, you will read about how Dr. Snyder is really interested in working with you to help you look the way you want to look, for either a complete tattoo removal or to just lighten a portion of a tattoo to facilitate the placement of a cover-up, or “zap” only a particular area, leaving your surrounding tattoo unaffected.
In this article on how to stay forever young, Dr. Snyder is interviewed regarding his treatment of sclerotherapy for spider veins of the legs. Not only are there obvious cosmetic benefits from treating these veins, but many patients also welcome the relief they achieve from the discomfort or pain they used to have from their spider veins.
In 5 new ways to beautiful skin, Dr. Snyder offers a new option, Ethocyn, an antiandrogen, said to optimize elastin production and decrease skin wrinkling.
U.S. News & World Report
In this parent’s guide to tattoos, piercings, and worse, Dr. Snyder offers professional advice to parents and teens. Because many older people have spent years regretting their youthful exuberance and keeping the evidence of their tattoos covered in long sleeves, for those teens and others insisting on having their first tattoo, Dr. Snyder recommends to “start out small, and put it in an inconspicuous place.”
Japanese Weekly Magazine
The Japanese Weekly Magazine is considered to be the equivalent of Time Magazine in Japan. In this issue, Dr. Snyder is interviewed and photographed regarding his technique of laser tattoo removal and for being one of the first physicians in the world to utilize this revolutionary laser technology in Japanese Weekly Magazine
Dr. Snyder explains about the different types of tattoos and the respective laser tattoo removal processes, anticipated numbers of treatment sessions and associated costs in this article appearing in Men’s Health
Owings Mills Times
Dr. Snyder is featured with the UltraPulse CO2 laser to erase the crows feet from the corners of the eyes, smooth frown lines around the brow, and zap lipstick lines from around the mouth of a very happy patient. In this interview, Dr. Snyder is called “The Michelangelo of Cosmetic Laser Surgery”. Using the UltraPulse CO2 laser, Dr. Snyder says, “I selectively sculpt away wrinkles. The technique combines the art and science of medicine.” Read more about this procedure and about the laser removal of age spots, broken blood vessels and tattoos in Owings Mills Times
Dermatologist Dr. Steven B. Snyder discusses the process of selective photothermolysis, being the “safest and most effective way to remove a tattoo” and compares it to alternative surgical approaches. According to Dr. Snyder, “selective lasers still produce more consistent results.”
FDA Consumer Magazine
Steven B. Snyder, M.D. is featured in this FDA Consumer Magazine article, “Tattooing in the 90′s: Ancient Art Requires Care and Caution”, explaining the advantages of Q-Switched laser tattoo removal versus older techniques of surgical removal, dermabrasion, and salabrasion. The Q-switched lasers can selectively remove the tattoo pigment without the same risks of scarring seen in earlier techniques.
In this cover article, “Mom I Want A Tattoo”, Dr. Steven Snyder explains about the importance of carefully thinking through the potential permanency of a tattoo because many of his patients wished they had chosen a different tattoo, or a tattoo in a different part of their body, or had changed their minds completely about having one with the passing of time. For the many thousands of patients who have come to Dr. Snyder for laser tattoo removal, the treatment sessions and costs are discussed in this article in Reader’s Digest
Skin & Allergy News
In this article on Light Devices Clearing Leg Veins, Dr. Snyder discusses his experiences and advantages using the Candela ScleroLaser versus alternative devices and methods. The ScleroLaser makes it possible to heat more evenly and uniformly across the vessel, and many patients who had been unsuccessful with alternative treatments were very pleased with the outcome of their ScleroLaser treatments in Skin & Allergy News
The Washington Post
Featured in this front page article in the Style Section of The Washington Post, Dr. Snyder is called the “King of All Tattoo Removers” after being extensively interviewed over a three day period with direct observation of his numerous laser tattoo removals at the Dermatology Laser Center. Treating patients from around the world, including top tattooists, Dr. Snyder explains his laser tattoo removal process in detail. As Dr. Snyder says, “We get lots of people who say this has changed their lives because they have gotten rid of something that has plagued them all their lives.”