Pigmented Lesion Removal

Recently several medical Laser with Q-swiched mode application allows the removal of all most varieties of benign pigmented lesions including age spots, freckles, flat brown birthmarks and similar lesions. This technology takes advantage of the Laser light wavelengths emitted, to specifically target melanin, the brown pigment in most of these lesions. This amazing technology will heat the melanin, destroying it, while sparing the surrounding normal skin. Only beningn and superficial pigmented lesions are treated with laser light. Malignant or suspecious lesions should be treated with sharp excisions. The procedure is quick, all it takes is a flash of light!

Laser Tatto Removal

In recent times, many physicians consider laser surgery one of the best methods of tattoo removal . Today, the Q-switched Nd:Yag, Q-switched Alexandrite and the Q-switched Ruby are among the most frequently used lasers today for the removal of unwanted tattoos. They are all employed in a similar manner. If necessary, a cream to numb the skin can be applied prior to the treatment. Pulses of light from the laser are directed onto the tattoo breaking up the tattoo pigment. Over the next several weeks the body's scavenger cells remove the treated pigmented areas. More then one treatment is usually necessary to remove all of the tattoo.