Procedures to Treat Age Spots & Sun Damaged Skin

Overview

Age spots — also called liver spots and solar lentigines — are flat, brown, grayish-brown or black spots on the skin. They appear in a variety of sizes and usually afflict the face, hands, shoulders, chest, back, and arms.

Using a series of SpaMedica Intense Pulsed Light treatments, known as the proprietary FotoFacial program, which was pioneered by Dr. Stephen Mulholland, to lighten the spots and even out the skin tone is one of the most commonly used methods today to improve age spots, sun spots, and sun damage.

FotoFacial

High energy light will be pulsed gently on the skin to target any imperfections on the face, neck, chest, and hands.

Fractional CO2

The fractional C02 laser treats superficial and deep skin layers to rejuvenate, tighten and brighten the skin.

Fractional Laser

Erbium laser skin resurfacing removes the upper layer of the skin to reveal smoother and younger-looking skin.

SonoPeel

Developed by Dr. Stephen Mulholland, the SonoPeel device uses ultrasonic energy is delivered to the skin, removing dead skin cells and bringing in a smoother and softer appearance to the skin.



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