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Pigmented Lesions

Pigmented lesions are remarkably common and the overwhelming majority are benign. It is widely recognized in the medical community that lasers are the ideal tools for effectively removing benign pigmented lesions. Multi-wavelength laser systems  are uniquely able to produce very short pulses of intense light that are selectively absorbed by treatment-specific pigments in a lesion.  This subsequently stimulate the body to generate an immune response to remove the pigments.

Multiple Wavelengths for the Widest Range of Lesions

Multiple wavelength laser system is the perfect tool for treating a wide range of pigmented lesions, enabling treatments for everything from nevi (moles) and vascular lesions to ephelides, sunspots and melasma. Superficial lesions can be treated most effectively with the 500-800 nm wavelength, while the 1064 nm wavelength can be used to target deeper lesions.

Safe, Effective and Minimally Invasive Treatments

Non ablative laser are effective in treatment a variety of pigmented lesions without causing collateral damage to the surrounding skins with no or minimal down time For difficult to treat or raised lesions, 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 and relatively bloodless manner. Clinical studies have shown that Er:YAG lasers are very effective for the treatment of keratoses, with a clinical and histological improvement of up to 93% after just one treatment.

Beautifications

Location: Waratah Private Hospital (Medical Aesthetics 360) Suite 701, Level 7, 31 Dora St Hurstville NSW 2220

Phone: 0410 138 713