Laser Removal Center Services - Wrinkles
Laser Treats Unsightly White Spots and Skin Discoloration
- If surgical scars, stretch marks, burns or injury from trauma or laser skin resurfacing has left your skin with the unsightly white spots and uneven skin color, now you can enjoy an end to your embarrassment. The revolutionary excimer laser has been shown to provide effective treatment for this condition which is known as leukoderma, or loss or pigment. In a few brief treatment sessions, the system can help return much of your natural pigment and restore your confidence in your appearance.
FDA Clears for Leukederma Treatment
- The first excimer laser system cleared by the FDA to treat leukoderma, the laser utilizes UVB light to stimulate melanocytes, or pigment cells, deep in the skin. As these cells move closer to the outer layers of skin, repigmentation occurs.
Q. Why is excimer laser system light years ahead?
A. The excimer laser systen is one of the first truly effective therapeutic options for treating patients who have developed leukoderma from surgical scars, stretch marks, burns or injury from trauma or laser skin resurfacing.
Q. How does the laser work?
A. Using a carefully focused beam of laser light delivered through a sophisticared fiberoptic device, the system can treat unsightly leukoderma skin parches quickly and effectively. Because it concentrates light only on the affected area, can deliver the doses necessary to help stimulate the melanocytes without exposing healthy skin to UV radiation.
Q. How long do treatment sessions last?
A. Most treatment sessions last less than five minutes. Treatment frequency varies from patient to patient. Some patients see remarkable results in as little as two treatments.
Q. What happens during an treatment?
A. The hand-piece is moved over the affected area, focusing laser light at the determinced dose. Depending on the size of the area to be treated, this usually only takes a few minutes.
Q. Where can I obtain treatment for leukoderma with the excimer laser system?
A. Only a few leading physicians are equipped to provide this cutting-edge treatment for leukoderma. Ask Dr. Westfried about it today!