Dark Spots

Dark Spots

Skin discoloration is common, yet treatable. Dark spots, or benign pigmented lesions, such as freckles, liver spots (age spots), and café-au-lait (brown patches), appear in many people on different areas of the skin. Some spots are related to excessive sun exposure. Others, like melasma, can be caused by hormone changes, often impacting women following pregnancy. Many of these skin discolorations can be distressing and affect quality of life.


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AFTER

Benign pigmented lesions treated included the following:

• Benign pigmented lesions

• Chicken pox scars

• Dermal pigment lesion

• Epidermal pigment lesion

• Labial melanotic macules

• Lentigines

• Lichen planus pigmentosus

• Localized argyria

• Ochronosis

• Melasma

• Nevus Fusco-caeruleus zygomaticus

• PIH (including acne; skin rejuvenation)

• Riehl’s melanosis with and without melasma

• Seborrheic melanosis

• Solar lentigo

• Tear trough hyperpigmentation

• Underarm pigmentation