USING LASER THERAPY
WHAT ARE LASERS?
Lasers (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) are wellsprings of high-power monochromatic lucid light that can be utilized for the treatment of different dermatologic conditions relying upon the wavelength, pulse qualities, and fluence of the laser being used and the idea of the condition being treated.
WHAT ARE THE MAJOR CAUSES OF PIGMENTATION?
Pigmentation is caused by a large amount of melanin found in specific cells on the body’s skin. These cells often convey a high amount of “melanocytes”, which create the melanin that makes individual regions move toward becoming discolored. There are various factors that can cause the presence of pigmentation. The most well-known is intemperate sun exposure and genetic factors, however, this can likewise be caused by hormonal changes, for example, pregnancy and the contraceptive pill.
HOW WILL I KNOW IF I HAVE PIGMENTATION?
Pigmentation is a skin discoloration that shows up as a brown or pinkish marks on the face and body that are darker than your regular skin color. Nearly everybody has some form of pigmentation which could be spots, sun spots, skin colorations, or moles.
HOW EXACTLY DOES LASER TREAT SKIN PIGMENTATION?
The Laser Pigmentation process is made successful by the removal and choosing of undesirable skin in the focused region with the laser light. During this process, the color takes in the laser light beams and gets heated, which brings about the shedding of the skin and ingestion occurring all through the next couple of weeks.
HOW WILL I KNOW IF I AM A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR LASER PIGMENTATION REMOVAL?
A consultation is required before treatment to guarantee that you are a good candidate. Patients having raised pigmentation or suffered skin cancer in the past are not candidates for pigmentation removal.
CAN ALL AREAS OF THE BODY BE TREATED?
Any region of the body can be treated safely and adequately. Most regular treatment zones include face, neck, chest, arms, and hands.
WHICH LESIONS CAN BE TREATED?
The laser is productive in the treatment of epidermal lesions, for example, sun based lentigines, sun spots, age spots, and café au lait spots. It is of the utmost importance to have an assurance that the lesion is benign and to accept expert guidance from a dermatologist if uncertain.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED AND HOW OFTEN?
Your treatment schedule will rely on numerous factors, for example, the area, depth, size, and form of pigmentation. Quite some lesions will require a few treatments for ideal results, where some can be settled in a single treatment. All being equal, patients will require 2-3 sessions for total removal. Subsequent medications can be planned for a month after your treatment.
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
Most patients will get results after only one treatment. These results will be obvious in around a month. However, it can take up to two months for the full result.
HOW OFTEN CAN TREATMENTS BE PERFORMED?
The recurrence of your pigmentation removal arrangements will be based on clinical judgment. For most patients, treatment will be done every 4 – 8 weeks.
ARE THE RESULTS PERMANENT?
Pigmented lesions that have been expelled won’t return after your laser treatments. Nevertheless, different factors, for example, aging, changes in hormone levels or UV exposure can stimulate new hyperpigmentation. Laser pigmentation removal procedures don’t keep new hyperpigmentation from occurring.
HOW CAN I GET THE BEST RESULTS FROM PIGMENTATION REMOVAL?
It is emphatically encouraged that you ‘secure your investment’ by using an excellent, chemical-free sunblock consistently, hot or wet, summer or winter. Caps or hats are additionally recommended in the summer months. As a patient, it is proposed that day by day exercise, for example, strolling, will likewise improve circulation and bolster the lymphatic system.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT TO EXPERIENCE AFTER MY TREATMENT? IS THERE ANY DOWNTIME?
After treatment, you may encounter transitory discoloration or reddish skin around the treatment area. Make-up can be applied instantly after treatment. Since laser procedure is so mild on the skin, a large number of patients get treated only before work or during their lunch hour. The laser remains the most exceptional on the planet and highlights speedier and has types such as PicoWay which features shorter term pulses. This implies the skin ingests less heat, which gives room for a more comfortable system with less downtime when contrasted with other technologies.
DOES PIGMENTATION REMOVAL WITH LASER HURT?
Most patient’s report negligible inconvenience and that any distress is certainly justified concerning the results.
HOW LONG WILL THE TREATMENTS TAKE?
Taking into cognizance the size of the region you want to treat, a laser pigmentation removal treatment will, for the most part, take around 20-30 minutes. In any case, for smaller regions, for example, your hands or your face, the treatment will probably not take as long. You will have the chance to continue your daily activities the day after the treatment.
IS LASER PIGMENTATION REMOVAL PERMANENT?
This is an inquiry that is frequently made by most pigmentation patients. In any case, if the treated territory is prepared and watched over after treatment according to the directions that qualified specialist will give you, it is impossible that the pigmentation will return. Intemperate sun exposure will cause harm to your skin after some time, although you can limit this with strong, top-notch sunscreens and abstinence from too much of time in the sun.
IS THIS THE BEST WAY TO REMOVE PIGMENTATION?
While some patients prefer to expel pigmentation all over their face with a chemical peel, it is highly discouraged by most specialists treating an area of the body this manner. The laser is with no iota of doubt a safe and successful strategy for the removal of pigmentation. A Certified Laser Specialist gives a consultation to evaluate which kind of laser will be best for you. On the off chance that you have pigmentation, spots, sun spots or harmed skin that you’d like to eliminate, contact a laser specialist, it is unequaled when it comes to pigmentation removal.
ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS TO TREATMENT?
There is a high chance of hair removal in the treatment zone caused by take-up of light by melanin in the hair. Skin getting to be darker quickly after treatment is a typical response. Crusting of the lesion can be experienced. However, this will clear 1 – 2 weeks after treatment. In uncommon cases, impermanent skin color changes may occur, though most patients encounter fewer issues than they would after laser treatment.