Pigment Removal

Pigment spots  most commontly refer to brown spots on your skin that appear as a result of excessive sun exposure.

 

Normally, these brown spots shouldn't be the cause for concern, but we can treat them to minimize their appearance on your skin.

 

Let's agree, that the spots that look good on a giraffe would not look the same on human skin! 

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Age Spot; Skin Brown Spots-Aging; Sun-Induced Skin Changes; Solar Lentigo; Letigo Sentilis; Senile Freckle; Solar Lentigines

Flat, brown or black spots that can appear on areas of the skin that are exposed to the sun. They have nothing to do with the liver or liver function.

Live spots are changes in skin color that occur in older skin. The coloring may be due to aging, exposure to the sun or other sources of ultraviolet light. Very common after age 40.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

FRECKLE

Disambiguation; Ephells;

Clusters of consentrated melanin, small flat brown marks which are most often visible on people with a fair conplexion, expecially those with red hair.  The formation of freckles is trigkered by explosure to sunlight. Freckles are predominantly found on the face, although they may appear on any skin exposed to the sun.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

SPECKLES

Speckled Lentiginous Nevus; Nevus spilus; Speckled Lentiginous Nevus;  Zosteriform Lentiginous Nevus

A speclke is a small spot (size from 1-20 sm) of skin lesson that presents as a light brown or tan macule, speckled with smaller, darker macules or papules. This relatively common growth usually apears in infancy or childhood or somethimes at any age. 

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENCE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

MELASMA

Chloasma Faciel; Mask of Pregnancy; Hyperpigmentation

Melasma is particulary common in woman, especially pregnant woman and thouse who are taking oral or patch contraceptives or hormone replacement threapy (HRT) medications.

 

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BIRTHMARK

Nevus Flammeus Nuchae; Nevus Simplex; Salmon Patch

A common  type of birthmark seen in a newborn and usually looks pink and flat. It's most often temporary. Can be found on the forehead, eyelids, nose, upper lip, or back of the neck. Most stock bites on the face go away completely in about 18 months but on be back of the neck usually do not go away.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

 

CAFE AU LAIT SPOT

Cafe Au Lait Macules; Giraffe Spots; Coast of Maine Spots

Flat, pigmented birthmarks and often harmless. The name cafe au lait is French for "coffee with milk" and refers to their light-brown color. They are caused by a collection of pigmented-producing melanocytes in the epidermis of the skin. These spots are typically permanent, and may grow or increase in number over time.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENCE PUSLED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

SYRINGOMA

Periorbital Syringomas;

Harmless sweat dust tumors, typically found clustered on eyelids, although they may also be found in the armpits, umbilicus, vulva. They are skin-colored or yellowish firm rounded bumps, 1-3 mm in diameter, and may  be confused with xanthelasma.

 

TREATMENT:

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

MONGOLIAN SPOT

Mongolian Blue Spot; Congenital Dermal Melanocytosis; Dermal Melanocytosis

A benign, flat, congenital birthmark with wavy borders and irregular shape. It normally disappears 3-5 years after birth and almost always by puberty. The mongolian spot is a congenital developmental condition exclusively involving the skin. 

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENCE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

Sun Damage; Sunburn; 

Redish brown discoloration on sides of the neck, usually on both sides and more common with womena than man.  The exact cause is unknow but contributing factors are; fair skin; accumulated sun exposure; photosensitisting of cosmetics and perfumes; hormonal facrots.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENCE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

SKIN TAG

Acrochordon; Plural Acrochorda; Fibroepithelial Polyp; Soft Fibromas; Papillomas

Small benign tumour that forms primarily in areas where the skin forms creases, such as the neck, armpit, groin and aslo occure on  face. Skin tag are harmless, typically painless and usually occurs in older adults. They are throught to occur from skin rubbing againts skin. The growth usually does not grow back after it's removed.

 

TREATMENT:

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

MOLE

Congenital Melanocytic Nevus; Melanocytic Nevus

Found in infants at birth. Occuring in about 1% of infants and is located in the area of the head and neck 15% of the time, but may occur anywhere on the body. It may appear as light brown in fair-skinned people, to almost black in darker-skinned people. Coming in a variety of sizes and appearances, they may be irregular in shape adn flat, or raised and lumpy in appearance and feel. Such neavi can aslo  manifest themselves as beauty marks, which most commonly appear on the face, neck, or upper limbs.

 

THEARMENT:

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

WART

Plane Juvenile Warts; Periungual Warts; Subungual Warts; Plantar Warts; Verruca; Verrucae Planae Juveniles; Filiform Warts; Verruca Vulgaris

A small, rough growth resembiling a califlower or a solid blister. Typically occurs on hands or feet but often in other locations. Warts are caused by a viral infection, specifically by one of the many types of human papillomavirus (HPV).It's possible to get warts from others; they are contigious and usually enter the body in an area of broken skin.

 

TREATMENTS:

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

 

BASAL-CELL CARCINOMA

Basal Cell Skin Cancer; Rodent Ulcer; Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer; Basal Cell NMSC

It is a type of skin cancer that is common from of cancer in the world. Most skin cancers are basal cell cancer. It's starts in the top layer of the skin (epidermis). Most basal cell cancers occur on skin that is regularly exposed to sunlight or other ultraviolet radiation.

This type of skin cancer is most common in people over age 40 or younger people who have had extensive sun exposure.

 

TREATMENT:

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

ACTINIC KERATOSES

Solar Keratosis; Senile Keratosis; 

A pre-cancerous patch of thick, scaly, or crusty skin and more common in fair-skinned people and those who are frequently in the sun. They usually form when skin gets damaged by ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or indoor tanning bads. 

 

TREATMENT:

  • LASER

  • IPL

  • CRYOTHERAPY

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Clinical Studies

Intense pulsed light in effective treatment of melasma.

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Treatment of melasma and the use of intense pulsed light.

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Pulse intense pulsed light for melasma treatment.

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Melasma treated with intense pulsed light.

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Efficacy and safety of intense pulsed light in treatment of melasma.

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Intense pulsed light therapy for superficial pigmented lesions 

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Clinical effectiveness of intense pulsed light therapy for solar lentigines of the hands.

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Intense pulsed light source for treatment of small melanocytic nevi and solar lentigines.

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Efficacy and safety of long-pulse pulsed dye laser delivered with compression versus cryotherapy for treatment of solar lentigines

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A comparison of 3 lasers and liquid nitrogen in the treatment of solar lentigines: a randomized, controlled, comparative trial.

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Treatment of poikiloderma of Civatte using intense pulsed light source

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Treatment of Poikiloderma of Civatte with ablative fractional laser resurfacing.

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Intense pulsed light therapy for aberrant Mongolian spots.

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Intense pulsed light for melanocytic lesions.

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Intense-pulsed light for the treatment of relapsing hairy intradermal melanocytic nevusafter shave excision.

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Intense pulsed light and Er:YAG laser treatment of congenital melanocytic nevus.

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Efficacy of serial excisions of melanocytic nevi on the face using a carbon dioxide laser: a cosmetic point of view.

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Treatment of poikiloderma of Civatte using intense pulsed light source

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Treatment of Poikiloderma of Civatte with ablative fractional laser resurfacing.

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Treatment of poikiloderma of Civatte using intense pulsed light source

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Treatment of Poikiloderma of Civatte with ablative fractional laser resurfacing.

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Treatment of poikiloderma of Civatte with an intense pulsed light source.

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Histopathologic changes induced by intense pulsed light in the treatment of poikiloderma of Civatte.

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Syringoma of the vulva. A case report.

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Treatment of periorbital syringoma by the pinhole method using a carbon dioxide laser

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Treatment of multiple facial syringomas with the carbon dioxide (CO2) laser.

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Treatment of syringoma using an ablative 10,600-nm carbon dioxide fractional laser:

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Clinical Studies

Clinical Studies

Intense pulsed light for the treatment of facial freckles.

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IPL is a highly versatile, safe, and effective modality for the treatment of pigmented lesions like freckles.

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Efficacy and Safety of Fractional Carbon Dioxide Laser for Treatment of Facial Freckles.

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Laser with sufficient power causing thermal denaturation can be used to remove benign pigmented lesions of the epidermis like speckels.

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Treatment of Poikiloderma of Civatte with ablative fractional laser resurfacing.

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1,064 nm Nd:YAG lasers for the treatment of basal cell carcinoma

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Nd:Yag laser hyperthermia: a successful modality in treatment of basal cell carcinoma.

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1064 nm long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser treatment of basal cell carcinoma.

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Clinical Studies

Nd:YAG Laser for Refractory Hand Warts.

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Long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser treatment of warts: report on a series of 369 cases.

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Verruca vulgaris: novel treatment with a 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser.

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Cryotherapy Systems for Wart Removal

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Laser and IPL- destroys melanin-producing cells (melanocytes) without damaging the skin's surface. Treatments with a laser or IPL typically require several sessions. After treatment, age spots fade gradually over several weeks or months. Laser therapy has few side effects, but it may result in slight discoloration of the skin. Sun protection is also necessary after treatment.

 

Freezing (cryotherapy)- involves applying liquid nitrogen to the spots to destroy the extra pigment. As the area heals, the skin appears lighter. Freezing is typically used on a single age spot or a small grouping of age spots. The treatment may temporarily irritate the skin and poses a slight risk of permanent scarring or discoloration.

Intense pulsed light therapy for superficial pigmented lesions 

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Clinical effectiveness of a novel intense pulsed light source on facial pigmentary lesions.

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Unconventional use of intense pulsed light in pigmentation disorders.

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Laser therapy of pigmented lesions: pro and contra.

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The use of lasers and intense pulsed light sources for the treatment of pigmentary lesions

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How Technology Work?

Pigmented lessons such as age spots or freckles can be successfully lightened or removed with Laser, Intense Pulsed Light or Cryotherapy.

 

All of these treatments are non-invasive, suitable for both the face and body and will result in a more even skin tone.

Clinical Studies

Clinical Studies

Liquid nitrogen cryotherapy is the most widely utilized treatment for AK.

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Full face laser resurfacing provides long-term effective prophylaxis against AKs and may reduce the incidence of AK related squamous cell carcinoma.

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Compared to treatment with topical 5-FU, Er:YAG laser resurfacing is more effective regarding recurrence rates. 

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Laser resurfacing is an effective treatment modality for diffuse widespread actinic keratoses with long-term recurrence-free intervals.

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