It is widely recognized in the medical community that Q-Switched lasers are the ideal tool for effectively removing benign pigmented lesions. Combining 4 laser modalities in an advanced, high-powered solution. Controlled, accurate and precise.
Our doctors at Géniale are highly trained and experienced in the latest, state of the art, laser technology in laser removal of pigmented lesions.
What you can expect:
Pigmented lesions are remarkably common and the overwhelming majority are benign. As skin cancer surgeons, all our patients will be screened to exclude or treat malignant lesions prior to laser treatment.
For a difficult to treat condition, our Q-Switched laser is especially effective due to its selectivity and breaking apart pigments only and not cells. This means that pigment destruction can take place without ablating the skin – a unique feature that also allows other treatment possibilities, such as the safe and effective removal of complex, multi-coloured tattoos.
In addition to Q-Switched lasers, Er:YAG lasers can also be used for the ablation of keratoses, moles, and other pigmented lesions, enabling the removal of the epidermis and superficial dermis in a controlled manner.
It treats freckles, visible blood vessels, capillaries, sun damage, brown patches, red spots or patches, keratosis, age spots, birthmarks and other types of skin pigmentation on the face and body.
There is minimal discomfort and completely tolerable. No local anaesthetic is required.
Post-treatment you will notice redness, slight swelling and darkening of pigments. Results start to show from 1-4 weeks post-treatment.
Wear a sunscreen everyday and reapply as necessary. A pigment inhibiting cream will be prescribed to maintain clear skin and prevent further pigmentation.
Every treatment at Géniale is personal and individualised. We welcome you to make an appointment to meet our team to discuss your treatment options.
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