Melasma

Freckles - Moles - Age Spots - Sun Damage

Pigmented lesions are darker areas of the skin caused by excess melanin in skin cells. Some pigmented lesions are present at birth, such as birthmarks, and some are acquired over time, such as sunspots on sun-exposed areas.Key examples or pigmented lesions include: freckles, moles, age spots, cafe-au-lait spots, sunspots, Nevus of Ota, Nevus of Ito, Mongolian spots, etc. A combination of laser treatments are highly effective for removing pigmented lesions and can treat a variety of common skin blemishes, even on sensitive areas such as the face or neck.

 

What To Expect

Most pigmented lesions can achieve complete removal after an adequate number of sessions. Some small lesions (such as freckles or age spots) may take a single treatment to remove - others can take six or more treatments, depending on a variety of factors.

 

Typical Results

Most pigmented lesions can achieve complete removal after an adequate number of sessions. Some small lesions (such as freckles or age spots) may take a single treatment to remove - others can take six or more treatments, depending on a variety of factors.

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