Uneven Skin Color & Spots

Exposure to UV light speeds up the production of melanin and leads to the development of age spots. We can help reduce or eliminate age spots on your face, restoring youthfulness. 

Age spots are small, flat areas of darker pigmentation on your skin. They vary in size and are generally caused by sun exposure (UV light).

Age spots can appear on any skin exposed to the sun, such as your face, hands, shoulders, and chest.

What is photorejuvenation?

Photorejuvenation is the improvement of colors, pigment, and skin texture using light sources such as lasers and IPL.

These devices are used to effectively remove brown spots, improving the cosmetic appearance of your skin.

How do Laser and IPL work for brown spots?

Laser and IPL work by targeting the melanin (skin pigmentation) in the surface layers of the skin, using wavelengths of powerful light.  

Although one treatment can make a significant difference, most patients receive a series of 1 to 3 treatments.

Do Laser and IPL hurt?

You may experience some mild discomfort during the session. Many patients and doctors compare the treatment to getting snapped with a rubber band. After your session, there may be some redness, and your skin may feel warm.

Most patients do not require numbing creams before the session, but it is available if needed.

What kind of results can I expect?

Lasers and IPL are effective at treating age spots and uneven skin tone. Most patients are very happy with their results, but as with any cosmetic procedure, results may vary.  

Why Should I Get My Treatments From Dr. Weisberg?

It is important to know the qualifications and board certification of your physician before your treatment. 

Dr. Weisberg is a board-certified dermatologist with many years of formal University-based training in cosmetic treatments including the usage of lasers and IPL.

Would you like to learn if Laser or IPL treatment is right for you? Book an appointment at Dermatology Consultants of Frisco today and Dr. Weisberg will help devise an appropriate treatment plan for you. 

How can I get started?

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