Brown Spot & Freckle Reduction

Brown spots, redness, freckles, and other discolorations caused by uneven production and distribution of melanin pigment, can be effectively diminished through laser and light treatment options.These treatments are based upon the absorption of energy by the unwanted blemishes. This energy absorption allows the spots to be disabled and subsequently absorbed into or exfoliated from the skin surface. These laser or light treatments are expertly offered by Rose Dermatology:

Lumecca is the most advanced intense pulse light (IPL) procedure designed to treat discoloration, sun damage, vascular lesions, and skin complexion. This procedure, which can be administered on the face, neck, hands, and body, is especially effective in targeting large areas of spotting and freckles. <Lumecca> is more powerful than many competing IPL technologies, thus requiring less treatment sessions, yet is very safe and comfortable. This technology not only improves discolorations, but also noticeably enhances skin texture with true photo rejuvenation.

Laser Spot Removal is the traditional method of removing brown and other spots by vaporizing the targeted spot with concentrated energy.

Laser Minipeel, a procedure developed by Dr. Rose and her late father, is an economical “in and out” twenty-minute laser procedure that treats skin very superficially to remove unwanted surface skin cells and allows fresh cells to replace them. This procedure is effective in softening and minimizing fine lines and refreshing skin tone and texture.

Micro-Needling is a safe, effective non-laser treatment that accelerates tour skin’s production of collagen, resulting in a newer, refreshed, more elastic skin texture.

Click on the name of each treatment to learn more how they work, and to view before and after photos of patients who have received these treatments.

Dr. Rose and her staff invite you to come for a complimentary consultation to review your concerns and suggest a plan especially for you while keeping your budget in mind.