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Apollo Health specializes in laser skin treatments, including the removal of pigmented lesions. Pigmented lesions are spots on the skin caused by an excess of melanin, and can range from sunspots to age spots to freckles. All types of pigmented lesions respond well to treatment with a laser that targets and eliminates the melanin, leaving behind healthy, even-toned skin.
At Apollo Health, we use the latest laser technology to remove unwanted pigmented lesions. Our experienced medical team can customize a plan for you based on your individual needs, ensuring that you get the best results with minimal discomfort. During the treatment, pulses of light are delivered to affect only the targeted area while leaving surrounding tissue unharmed. This method is safe and effective in removing pigmented lesions, resulting in a more even skin tone without any scarring or damage to the surrounding tissue.
The treatment is quick and relatively painless. Following the procedure, your skin may be slightly red or tender, but this should subside within a day or two. Sun protection is essential after laser treatment, and you may need to use sunscreen for up to six weeks.
Pigmented lesions usually respond after one or two laser treatments, but the number of treatments needed will depend on the type and size of the lesion being treated. Once your skin has healed, you should notice a significant improvement in overall skin tone.
At Apollo Health, we understand that each person’s skin is unique. That is why we provide individualized care and custom treatment plans designed to meet your specific needs. If you have any questions about laser pigmented lesion removal or want to make an appointment, our experienced team of medical professionals are here to help!
The treatment is relatively painless, and any discomfort felt during the procedure should subside quickly after it's finished.
The number of treatments needed will depend on the type and size of the lesion being treated. Usually, one to two treatments are enough to see results.
After the treatment, your skin may be slightly red or tender, but this should subside within a day or two. Sun protection is essential after laser treatment, and you may need to use sunscreen for up to six weeks. There should be no scarring or damage to the surrounding tissue.