The Treatment of Choice of removing brown spot in L.I.C
Laser treatment is generally very effective at removing age, liver, sun or brown spots on the skin. It is the treatment of choice for these spots, in fact. The treatment may require two or more sessions to completely remove the spots depending on how many there are and on which area of the body, so if you are looking for a a brown spot removal in roslyn, Call Us Today!
Laser Treatment Lasts
In general we find that laser removal of age spots is permanent, however people do sometimes see new spots appear as they go back out into the sun. These are new spots forming as a result of sun exposure, not a recurrence of the old, removed spots. Good sun-avoidance is key if you wish to see your skin free of sun spots.
Does Laser Treatment Hurt?
Pain is Minimal. Generally we find removing age spots with laser very tolerable. Everyone has their own threshold for pain, but typically the laser treatments are not painful.
How Long Does a Treatment Session Take and Can I Have it in L.I.C?
Depending on the area being treated the session may last approximately 20 minutes.
A vast majority of individuals have some type of pigmented lesions. Some are born with prominent pigmented lesions, birthmarks, café-au-lait spots, or freckles, which can be cosmetically troublesome if on the face, neck or other visible area. Other lesions develop over time. Age spots (solar lentigines) can be cosmetically bothersome. Most adults develop them over years of sun exposure. Women also acquire unwanted pigmented lesions due to hormonal changes. In the past, the most effective remedy for pigmented lesions was to cover them with make-up. Recent endeavors in removal such as cryo-surgery and chemical agents have been attempted, but often leave scarring or hyper/hypo-pigmentation. A need has existed for an effective, patient-friendly modality. Our Q clear Yag Laser is the perfect solution. The Yag is able to target and remove pigmented lesions through selective photothermolysis, the same process, which allows convenient and safe removal of tattoos.
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What is a pigmented lesion and which ones can be treated with laser?
The most commonly treated conditions are solar lentigines, also known as "age spots," "liver spots" or "sun spots"; café au lait birthmarks; and freckles. These benign pigmented lesions are due to an excess of pigment in the skin, usually due to sunlight exposure and congenital factors. Age spots may appear as enlarged light freckles on the face and hands. Café au lait birthmarks may appear as light brown markings anywhere on the body and can be quite large.
What does the treatment involve?
Treatment varies from patient to patient depending on the type of lesion, size of the affected area, color of the patient's skin and depth to which the abnormal pigment extends beneath the surface of the skin. Some lesions, such as "age spots," will require only a few pulses, while others, such as café au lait birthmarks, will require more. Some lesions require re-treatment, necessitating multiple patient visits.
Specially filtered bands of light target the melanin in pigmented lesions, where the light is converted into heat. This heating selectively destroys the pigmented lesion, which is sloughed away, clearing the lesion within two weeks.
Laser therapy is a safe and effective treatment for sun damage or wrinkles. Advanced laser technology utilizes laser energy that is selectively absorbed by the pigment in the age spot and does not harm the surrounding skin. This is especially good news when we are treating the face.
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What are Age Spots, Why Do They Occur?
One very common sign of aging is the age spot. Age spots are also known by many as sun spots, liver spots, lentigos, or lentigines. Age spots are flat, tan, brown, or black in color and appear on areas of the skin that have been exposed to sun. As we age, sun spots appear on the backs of our hands, our forearms, our neck, chest, and face. The pigment-producing cells in the skin are activated to produce more pigment by ultraviolet rays. While these spots are not cancerous, patients may be at risk for developing skin cancer if they have age spots.
What causes Age Spots?
Age spots increase in number as we age and as we are exposed to the sun. People who sun burn easily and who freckle easily are more likely to develop age spots than those who do not burn easily. It is very important that patients realize that if you have had enough sun exposure to develop age spots, your chances of getting skin cancer are higher.
What do age spots look like?
As we mentioned above, they vary greatly in size and shape and color. They can be as small as pea-sized or as large as a dime. Age spots are typically round and have irregular borders. Age spots are most commonly found on the areas of the body that are most often exposed to the sun: shoulders, forearms, upper back, face and the backs of the hands.
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