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Pigmentation problems - Brown spots

  Brown spots and freckles

    The most common brown spots are lentigines, also known as "age spots or "sun spots"; and freckles. These lesions are due to an excess of pigmentation in the skin, usually due to excessive sunlight exposure, and rarely congenital factors. Age spots may appear as enlarged freckles on the face and hands. Nevus of Ota and Cafe au lait birthmarks may appear as light brown markings anywhere on the body and can be quite large.

In Dr Touma’s experience, Melasma is best treated with a combination of lasers particulary when it is deep and resistant to chemical peels and home treatment.

Before and after laser treatment of age spots.

The laser is safe and effective because of its unique ability to selectively treat the pigmented lesion without adversely affecting the surrounding tissue.
Dr. Touma has experience in treating thousands of patients with pigmentation problems and tattoos.

Before & After Laser for Pigmentation
Laser for Sun and Age Spots

    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 cafe au lait birthmarks, will require more. Some lesions require re-treatment. It is very important to use careful sun protection before and after treatment with laser.
Melasma may clear away with 1-2 laser sessions.

Sun spots before and after laser treatment. (Dany Touma, M.D.)

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