DermaLase Medical Laser and IPL Training

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Laser & IPL Training Courses - Treating Pigmented Marks

Removal of Benign Pigmented Lesions

The removal of benign pigmented lesions (age spots, liver spots, cafe au lait, Ota's & Ito's nevus, melasma/chloasma) is possible using a variety of light sources - both lasers and IPLs. As you can see from my publication I have been doing this since the early 1990s.

 

Read testimonial views from previous course attendees.

Treatments

Proper treatment of benign pigmented lesions is a little tricky. First you need to be sure that the lesion is 'benign'. Once you are satisfied then you need to choose the best parameters to treat the lesion. This depends on the type, colour and depth of lesion.

     
 

This course will go through the physiology and types of pigmented lesions, the best way to approach treatments (including the 'best' light source to use - laser or IPL) and the results you can expect.

 

 

Results with the ruby laser and an IPL system:

Freckles This patient presented with multple facial freckles which would not clear using cionventional therapies. After a few sessions with the DermaLase DLR1 Q-switched ruby laser his skin was almost completely clear of the freckles.

 

Chloasma This patient exhibited chloasma on both sides of her face. After a number of sessions with the DermaLase DLR1 laser much of the lesion had cleared.

 

 

Age Spots

These age spots were treated using the PhotoNove PLS3 IPL system. The lower photograph shows the result after four sessions spaced out at approx. two month intervals.

 

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