Sunspot / Pigmented Lesions Treatments

Sunspots vary in size, shape and color, and they often show up on the parts of the body that get the most sun, such as hands and face. While not cancerous, sunspots may turn into skin cancer (squamous cell carcinoma). Although the potential for a single sunspot to turn cancerous is low, the more you have the more likely you are to get skin cancer. Once skin cancer has arisen from a sunspot, the lesion usually requires surgical excision. 

Featured Procedures

BBL| BroadBand Light

The light energy delivered to freckles, sun spots, age spots, moles and birthmarks will be gently absorbed by the unwanted melanin responsible for pigmented lesions in the upper layers of the skin. Over the following days, the pigmented lesions will darken and fall off. Our procedure allows patients to experience quick recovery with smoother, healthier, more vibrant skins and an immediate change in your skin texture and tightness.

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