Struggling with pigmentation or brown spots? Tired of always trying to use the concealer, or afraid that your make up can no longer hide the brown spots on your face which is getting more pronounced? Read on, we have the treatment for you.*
What is hyperpigmentation? Why does it happen?
Almost everyone has a few obvious brown spots here and there on their skin. It may be on one’s face, hands, or back. The common name for pigmentation or hyperpigmentation are freckles, age spots, liver spots, brown spots, to name a few. Some of these spots are quite obvious, and can affect how you look.
Hyperpigmentation is caused by an increase of melanin (pigment) in the skin, which is the substance that is responsible for skin colour. Sun exposure is a major culprit for darkening of the skin and increased pigmentation. Therefore, in sunny Singapore, problems of hyperpigmentation are common and come as no surprise. That is why you should always wear your sunscreen when you are outdoors.
In summary, the spot on your skin appears darker (hyper-pigmented), because melanin is abnormally concentrated in that spot of the skin.
It is a Myth that brown spots or freckles cannot be treated because it is genetic. The Reality is that hyperpigmentation is unsightly and can be medically treated.* If treatment is not sought, the brown spot or freckles may get darker, bigger, and more pronounced.
Melasma is the medical term for one of the most common conditions of hyperpigmentation. It is characterized by tan or brown patches on the face, especially on the cheeks and forehead and on the right side of the face for people who drive, where sun exposure is greatest. It is the most difficult pigmentation to treat but it is still possible to improve or lighten it.
Freckles are small brown spots found in lighter skinned people. Age spots (solar lentiges) are brown or gray discolorations that usually appear on sun-exposed areas such as the face, hands, and back.
Whether it’s freckles, melasma or sun spots, we have the solution for you.*
Why choose us for your pigmentation removal?
Dr. Tiffiny Yang & co have many years of clinical experience and are able to medically treated stubborn pigmentation on your skin.* Dr. Tiffiny Yang’s treatment regime includes (1) Laser Treatment; (2) Oral Medication; and (3) Topical cream. Call us now for an appointment now and let our Doctors share with you our story on how they treated their own pigmentation problems.
Our in-clinic laser treatment for pigmentation include the Q-switched ND:Yag laser treatment and IPL treatment (click here to find out more about our lasers). These lasers have been scientifically proven to be highly effective in removing pigmentation of any kind.* Combined with our oral medication and topical creams, we can most likely alleviate your pigmentation woes.* Click here to see our laser packages.
If you already have great skin (congratulations!), our treatment also works to help you maintain your good complexion and achieve lighter, fairer skin tones over time.*
Why do Lasers work on pigmentation?
Laser energy produces a specific wavelength which is absorbed by the brown spot (pigmentation) with abnormal concentrations of melanin. As the pigmentation absorbs more laser energy, the brown spot will reach a point where it cannot absorb any more light and will “self destruct”, reducing the concentration of melanin in that area. The end result is that the pigmented spot will at least look lighter.*
*Note: As this is a medical procedure, results & outcomes are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.
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