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Pigmented Lesions and Brown Spots

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How does it work?

Laser light is absorbed by pigmented areas where it is converted to heat, causing a breakup in the pigment.

How often can you have it done?

A series of 5 treatments, spaced two to four weeks apart, is our standard recommendation. Occasionally, more treatments may be needed for certain individuals or conditions. Periodic maintenance treatments may be prescribed for optimal, lasting results.

What can you expect immediately post-treatment?

Immediately following the procedure you may experience some redness, swelling, and/or a slight darkening of pigmented areas. The redness and swelling usually dissipate within one to three days however, darkened pigmentation may persist and peel lightly for up to one week. Make up can be applied to the treated area immediately, if necessary.

Picture of pigmented lesions and brown spot after treatment

Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation

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Pigmented Lesions and Brown Spots

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Spider Veins and Vascular Lesions

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Laser Acne
Treatment

Laser Scar
Revision

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Co2 Skin Resurfacing Laser 

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Skin
Tightening

Contact
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Hair
Reduction

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Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment 

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REVIVIFY

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Axillary
Hyperhidrosis

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