Sun & Brown Spot
No damage is too severe or too insignificant. After working with thousands of patients, we will work with you to choose the best brown spot removal treatment for your needs. Thrive is equipped with the latest tools, including Profecta Medical Imaging, to help us accurately recognize the extent of sun damage. This system uses UV light, which the skin absorbs and reflects back towards the camera. Because this type of light reaches the epidermis and the stratum corneum, we can see dermatological conditions within these areas of the skin and, thus, truly tailor treatment to your needs.
Many patients may enjoy solutions such as lasers and IPL. IPL treatment is non-ablative and effective at addressing a number of skin concerns. It delivers multiple wavelengths of light to the skin’s surface for rejuvenation in a safe manner. The RevLite Q switch 1064 laser available at Thrive can soften fine lines and wrinkles while improving the texture and tone of the skin. This can reverse sun damage and aging while revitalizing the appearance of the skin with improved collagen production.
Preventing Sun Damage
While it may feel nice to bathe in the warmth of the afternoon sun, it can be hazardous to the health of our skin and accelerate the signs of aging. While a light tan may look nice now, the harmful effects of UV rays will last forever. Many patients who have had sun exposure may develop conditions such as skin cancer, sun spots, and fine lines and wrinkles.
At Thrive, we encourage our patients to practice appropriate sun protection no matter what time of the year—even on cloudy days. This can help in avoiding the effects of sun damage and prolong results of certain cosmetic services received at our practice.
If you are ready to combat sun damage and brown spots on the skin, contact us today at Thrive to set up a consultation appointment with our team of professionals.