Laser Hyperpigmentation Treatment in Frisco, TX

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What is Laser Hyperpigmentation Treatment?

A number of patients have hyperpigmentation, which is a widespread cosmetic condition involving darkened patches that occur on the skin. These darkened spots can arise in any location on the body and often range in shape and diameter. Discolored areas on the skin may also include acne scarring or freckles from concerns like eczema, psoriasis, and melasma. Beverly Farris, MSN, APRN, ACNP-BC, FNP-C, addresses hyperpigmentation regularly at AestheticFX Med Spa. As a skin rejuvenation option, these laser-based hyperpigmentation treatments may reduce the presence of this aesthetic concern and help enhance your skin tone and complexion. Reach out to our office in Frisco, TX, to learn more!

How Does Laser Hyperpigmentation Treatment Work?

Before the appointment begins, a topical anesthetic may be applied to numb the areas of skin the laser will target. Once this has begun to take effect, patients will be able to simply relax in one of our special treatment chairs while the laser passes over their skin, precisely targeting the designated areas for hyperpigmentation treatment. Thermal energy from the laser is transferred directly into deep layers of the skin, stimulating the body's natural production of collagen and elastin. These two proteins are incredibly important when it comes to the overall health and appearance of the skin and can be directly responsible for improving its pigment.

Enhance Your Pigment

Laser hyperpigmentation treatment at AestheticFX Med Spa offers amazing results for those who seek to eliminate the appearance of dark spots on their skin. If you are thinking about receiving laser hyperpigmentation treatment and want to learn more about its benefits, as well as other nonsurgical treatments at our Frisco, TX location, we encourage you to contact our team today to make your appointment with Beverly Farris.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.