Laser for Pigment on Face

Author: Dr Naomi / 4 Apr 2016
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Laser for Pigment on Face

 


Before and after multiple lasers for pigmentation

Before and after multiple lasers for pigmentation

 

 

This patient had a history of difficult to remove pigmentation on her face. She has Fitzpatrick 3 skin type, which is a darker skin tone, which is at higher risk for pigmentation with laser and light devices.

We used multiple treatments to achieve this improvement of her pigmentation.

We used the following devices:

  • IPL: multiple treatments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kathy

27/05/2016 4:37 AM

Dr Naomi

Will any laser significantly tighten neck skin?


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Dr Naomi

15/06/2016 10:33 PM

Hi Kathy!

If by "tighten" (which is not a medical term), you mean shrink loose skin, then sorry, I don't know of a lass that will do this magic LOL!

If you want skin improvement on neck, try skin boosters and fractional laser


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Emlosh

1/09/2016 5:48 PM

Naomi I have minimal acne scarring on my forehead and cheeks. It really gets me down although many dont seem to notice it, what kind of laser will minimize the scarring?


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Dr Naomi

7/11/2016 11:02 AM

Hi Emlosh,

We use multiple treatments for patients with acne scarring including fractional ablative laser, fractional non-ablative laser, regular laser toning using a q switched laser. We also use needling, dermastamp, and also my favourite for acne scarring is skin booster


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Sara

20/02/2017 6:27 PM

Hi Hi I'm sara how much is cost ?


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Dr Naomi

25/04/2017 9:21 AM

Hi Sara,

The costs of all laser treatments are detailed on this website


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Jasmine

14/05/2017 4:31 PM

Dr. Blaj I have been referred to see you by one of your current patient for Fraxel Laser for pigmentation. In the past I have been advised by one doctor to avoid any laser treatment for my face as due to my background he said it is likely to get worse. I recently found out about Fraxel and saw doctor in SA (btw I am from Adelaide). However during the first consultation with t the nurse I was told what I have is melasma not pigmentation and Fraxel may not be a good choice and given a cream to trial for a while. I will go back in a month to see the doctor My issue is if the doctor agrees to treat melasma with laser she offers minimum 3 sessions whereas I thought one session with maintenance session every two years would be sufficient. Since I am from Adelaide it would be difficult to come for a consult then attend the treatment again. Can you please advise me what to do ?

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