Sunspot and Age Spot Removal
TODAY YOU HAVE THEM, TOMORROW THEY’RE GONE. LASER AGE SPOT REMOVAL WILL GET RID OF THOSE BROWN SPOTS EFFORTLESSLY, COMFORTABLY AND SAFELY.
Tired of trying to cover up those age spots and sunspots? With just a few virtually painless age spot removal treatments, you’ll go from spotted to clear and even-toned. Viva the foundation-free lifestyle!
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WHAT ARE THOSE BROWN SPOTS ON MY SKIN?
UV exposure “triggers an excess production of melanin, the natural pigment in our skin, resulting in “solar lentigos”, AKA sunspots, age spots, or liver spots. Laser treatment, when properly done, is the best and most holistic solution to permanently remove sun damaged spots.
At AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare we use a unique combination of lasers whose energies are gently absorbed by the extra pigment (melanin) which stimulates your skins natural “melanin turnover” system which removes old melanin and replaces it with new evenly toned skin. All brown spots are not created equal, so it is vital to properly identify your brown spot and customize your treatment accordingly.
LASER SUNSPOT & AGE SPOT REMOVAL
Skin lesions such as sunspots and age spots due to sun-damage and other factors begin to show results within a few days after the first treatment. For darker and well-defined spots in which the melanin is close to the surface, 1-3 treatments are typically sufficient to correct the condition. These brown spots often turn slightly darker and “grayish,” becoming “crusty.” Then they simply flake off in 3-7 days, leaving perfectly virginal skin underneath. For larger pigmented areas in which the melanin is deeper and irregular, such as melasma or café-au-lait birthmark, progressive fading will accumulate over 3-6 successive treatments until the sunspots are removed.
Depending on the type, depth and density of your pigmentation, from multi-colored tattoos to sun spots, age spots, birthmarks and melasma, we have an array of 6 different types of lasers that can remove all hyper-pigmented discolorations. In each case, our unique protocols interact with and support the natural physiological processes that regulate your body’s melanin content and turnover. Together, the synergistic partnership between our science and your physiology achieves the best possible results for sunspot and age spot removal.
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POST LASER SUNSPOT AND AGE SPOT REMOVAL TREATMENT SKINCARE
Immediately following most laser removal procedures, patients will experience some redness and slight swelling of the treated area, which usually dissipates within a few hours, though in rare cases may last a few days. To enhance results and promote the long-term health of your skin, specially formulated medical-grade moisturizers, exquisite skincare products and makeup (if desired) are applied to the treated area immediately after each procedure. Additionally, hair growth may be impaired in the treated area, although it is not the intended purpose of this particular treatment.
Depending on the underlying medical conditions and lifestyle factors causing these pigmented lesions, periodic maintenance removal treatments may be needed to keep your skin brown spot-free.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – AGE SPOT REMOVAL
Q. What are pigmented skin lesions?
A. Pigmented skin lesions are areas of skin that have higher than normal levels of melanin making them darker than the surrounding skin. They appear as brown or dark spots on the skin. They are usually the result of aging and/or sun exposure, on in the case of Melasma, these brown spots are also influenced greatly by hormonal fluctuations.
The most common pigmented skin lesions that people have are sunspots, age spots and liver spots; people can also create man-made pigmented skin lesions in the form of tattoos. The appearance of sunspots and age spots can present themselves as brown or dark spots on the skin in a variety of locations such as the arms or face, tend to vary in shape, size, and depth, and can appear to be flat or slightly raised. Although the majority of these brown spots are harmless and only a cause of cosmetic concern, some sunspots or moles can be precancerous, making their analysis and removal a medical necessity.
Q. How are pigmented skin lesions treated?
A. Pigmented skin lesions are effectively treated by medical lasers. We have 6 different types of lasers at our disposal to combat the various pigmented skin lesions our patients can potentially have. The laser that will be used for the age spot removal depends on the kind of brown spot the patient has, and the shape, size, and depth of the pigmented skin lesion.
For each kind of pigmented lesion a customized age spot removal protocol has been developed that utilizes specific lasers that engage the body’s natural physiological processes that regulate the skin’s melanin content and turnover. In this way the body itself is stimulated and directed to eliminate the brown spots on the skin. The “partnership” between our scientific protocols and the body’s natural physiological mechanisms is the magic that produces the safest and gentlest treatments and superior results.
Q.What kind of results can you expect from the age spot removal treatment?
A. Directly after a age spot removal treatment, most patients will typically experience some redness and mild swelling of the treated area that usually lasts for a few hours, but, in rare cases, can last as long as a few days. To promote faster healing and better results, specially formulated medical-grade moisturizers and skincare products are applied immediately after the procedure to areas treated with the laser. Although hair removal is not an intention of laser age spot removal procedures, some patients may notice temporary impaired hair growth in the treated area.
Depending on the shape, size, and depth of the brown spot as well as any underlying medical conditions and lifestyle factors, more than one age spot removal treatment may be necessary in order to maintain the area and keep it lesion-free. For pigmented skin lesions that are dark, well-defined, and close to the surface of the skin, like the majority of sunspots and age spots, just 1 to 3 laser age spot removal treatment procedures will usually be enough to remove the lesion. After treatment, these types of lesions will typically turn darker into a grayish type color, become crusty, and then simply flake off after 3-7 days, leaving lesion-free skin underneath.