Reduce the appearance of dark patches with PicoPlus Laser

Utilizing the most powerful Picolaser technology currently available in the market, Dr. Ron Shelton now offers the newest laser by Lutronic—the FDA approved PicoPlus laser. It is approved for the treatment of tattoo removal, dark spots removal, as well as the removal of benign cutaneous pigmented lesions, as shown in the patient photos below.

The 75-year-old patient in the photo above had a very suspicious lesion that she wanted removed for cosmetic reasons. After multiple small biopsies were conducted to ensure that this was benign, she began her laser treatment. Initially, the ruby laser was used, but it failed to significantly reduce the darkness of what was found to be a large seborrheic keratosis. After living with this cosmetic concern for more than a decade, she was delighted to find that a few PicoPlus laser treatments was all it took for there to be a significant improvement. The background sun damage will be treated with the Fraxel Dual laser. 

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Skin imperfections, discoloration, scarring, and other conditions can shake our self-confidence and lead to low self-esteem. But if you’d like to have clear, youthful skin at any age, the Pico laser may be the solution that you’ve been waiting for!

PicoPlus is a non-ablative pigment laser offering nanosecond and picosecond pulse durations. Its results are faster and more effective with less downtime.

With this innovative technology, practitioners are able to target small areas, only risking minimal damage. It is a very effective and strong technology which may produce noticeable results in just one session. It is also a safe procedure even for those with sensitive skin.

Patients must know that individual results may vary.

Refer article  PicoPlus Laser Pigment Treatment in New York City for more information.

Ready to find out more?

Call (212) 593-1818 or book an appointment online to consult Dr Ron Shelton to find out if Pico is the right choice for your skin concern.