Benefits

Brown and Age Spots Removal Kelowna

  • Patients may return to normal activities after treatment.
  • Minimal downtime.
  • Short treatment times.
  • To achieve optimal benefit, one to two treatments may be necessary about three to four weeks apart.
  • Pigmented lesion treatment provides the most benefit to those with superficial benign pigmented lesions.

About

Brown Spots Removal Kelowna

At Cerulean Medical Institute in Kelowna, our laser specialists individualize respective treatment plans after thorough assessment of your age and brown spots. Our state of the art lasers are used for treating pigmented lesions such as age spots (lentigines), sun spots (solar lentigines), freckles, nevi, café au lait macules, seborrheic keratosis, keratoses, chloasma, verrucae, skin tags and more.

About

Using our state-of-the-art lasers, our experienced Kelowna laser specialists are able to treat benign brown spots, including age spots, sun spots, freckles, moles, café au lait macules and beyond. The brown and age spots removal Kelowna residents are looking for are available at Cerulean Medical Institute.

Before & After

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Before Treatment
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After Treatment

Brown and Age Spots Removal Kelowna FAQs

Is laser treatment for benign pigmented lesions right for me?

After thorough assessment by our laser specialist, excluding suspicious pigmented lesions, we will determine with you if laser treatment of your pigmented lesion is right for you.

How does laser treatment for benign pigmented lesions work?

Our state of the art laser selectively targets and destroys the superficially pigmented cells, giving you blemish free skin.

How will I feel during my laser procedure of benign pigmented lesions?

One might feel mild warmth during the laser procedure.

What results can I expect?

Pigmented lesion laser treatment provides the most benefit to those with superficial benign pigmented lesions. One can expect lightening of the lesion to complete removal and resolution.

How many treatments do I need?

To achieve optimal benefit, one to two treatments may be necessary, about three to four weeks apart. Patients may return to normal activities after treatment.

How do I prepare myself before treatment?

Patients should avoid sun, exposure to tanning beds, sunless tanning lotions, and tanning creams before, during and after treatment. A broad-spectrum sunblock (UVA/UVB) SPF 30 or greater should be applied to the treatment area before any sun exposure.

Before receiving laser treatment, patients with a history of herpes or cold sores should receive appropriate treatment. Just prior to laser treatment, remove all makeup, lotions, deodorants and oil from the treatment area with mild soap and water.

What happens after treatment of my benign pigmented lesions?

Following treatment, apply an aloe-based gel or equivalent to sooth and moisturize the skin. Avoid sun exposure throughout the course of treatment, and use a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunblock, SPF 30 or greater, when the treatment area is exposed to the sun.

Treated lesions will likely crust, then slough off over the course of several days or weeks. Patients should not scratch or pick at crusts.