laser hyperpigmentation treatment at jadore medispa and rejuvenation centre

Hyperpigmentation Treatment

We use the 1064nm NDYAG laser which is very effective at reducing pigment and vascular lesions of all types, including port wine stains, birth marks, moles, haemangioma, and telangiectasia (broken capillaries). NDYAG is cleared by FDA and provides dramatic results without downtime and with little temporary discomfort. The secret behind 1064nm NDYAG is the wavelength of light, it is perfect for pigment and blood vessel related cosmetic issues. With this unique approach, we are able to treat a whole wide range of skin imperfections.

How quickly will I notice results?

Gradual improvement of the treated area can first be seen within the first to second treatment.

How much visible reduction in my pigment can I expect?

In clinical studies, patients report an average reduction of 80% to 100% in as little as 6 treatments. This depends on the exact medical history of your lesion and where it is located.

Is this treatment safe?

Yes, this treatment is safe and effective for all skin types and colors. There are no reported short or long term side effects. Experience the only completely non-surgical alternative to reducing your pigmented and vascular lesions. Schedule a personal consult today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin color, forms deposits in the skin.

I have dark spots on my skin. Is this hyperpigmentation?

Possibly. Any area of the skin that is darker than the rest is potentially considered hyperpigmentation. It can occur on any area of your body (even the feet) but hyperpigmentation usually tends to appear on the face or hands.