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BENIGN PIGMENTED LESIONS
Benign pigmented lesions are an extremely common concern in the general population. Excessive exposure to sun and signs of aging can result in unwanted age spots, freckles, and brown marks that cause the skin to appear uneven and aged. There are many different types of pigmented lesions that vary in morphological and histological characteristics. Benign pigmented lesions refer to a wide range of skin conditions including, Melanocytic Naevi (Moles), Hyperpigmentation, Dyschromia, Melasma, Solar Lentigos (Age Spots), Post Inflammatory conditions and Ephelides (Freckles).
Significant advances in non-invasive aesthetic technology utilising light at specific wavelengths have enabled us to treat a wide range of pigmented lesions effectively and safely. Laser light is absorbed by the melanin or pigment in the skin causing damage to the cells which are removed by the natural process of the lymphatic system. Since melanin has a broad absorption spectrum, a number of different lasers covering a wide range of wavelengths can be used to treat a variety of pigmented lesions.
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