Laser Pigment Eraser

Let our Pigment Eraser Laser Treatment wipe away what time and sun exposure have done to your skin. Pigment Eraser can be used to treat sun spots and age spots. Within days of treatment, you'll notice a dramatic improvement in the appearance of your skin. Here's how it works: the laser gently breaks the pigment into tiny particles. The dark spots then turn darker before fading revealing a more even skin tone.

*Results and patient experience may vary.
Downtime
2 weeks
During the first 2 days post treatment, patients will notice sun damage becoming darker as it comes to the surface of the skin. This will slough off over time revealing brighter skin. Swelling is very common for about 72 hours. We recommend avoiding sun exposure and following all post-procedure guidelines.
Pain
Mild
Topical numbing is applied to the treatment area for patient comfort. Post-procedure, the treatment area will feel similar to a mild sunburn.
Results
1 treatment
For most patients, optimal results are seen after only 1 treatment. Often, a maintenance treatment is desired to prolong results.
Price
$$
A full-face treatment costs $650.
What is Laser Pigment Eraser?

Let our Pigment Eraser Laser Treatment wipe away what time and sun exposure have done to your skin. Pigment Eraser can be used to treat sun spots and age spots. Within days of treatment, you'll notice a dramatic improvement in the appearance of your skin. Here's how it works-- the laser gently breaks the pigment into tiny particles. The dark spots then turn darker before fading revealing a more even skin tone.

 

Usage

Multiple treatments may be needed; depending on the severity of your pigment, several treatments may be necessary to achieve the best results. After treatment, the pigment will temporarily darken and then will slough away to reveal your clear skin.

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Book your medical or cosmetic appointment online. Complimentary consultations are available for cosmetic services.
FAQs
  • Why is skin revitalization best for removing age spots and sun damage?
  • How does skin revitalization work?
  • What types of pigment can be treated?
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  • How long does it take?
  • Does it hurt?
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  • How quickly will I recover?