Pigmentation

Pigmentation affects so many people.  Although, some types of pigmented lesions exist at birth, often times pigment represents one of the first signs of aging.  That is why so many people are interested in removing pigment.  In fact, this market is about double the size of the market for the removal of tattoos.1

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1Medical Insight, Inc 2013

Overview

Using the principle of selective photothermolysis, light-based treatment targets different chromophores in the skin. Chromophores selectively absorb the laser or light energy as heat and yield the desired response.

These optimal wavelengths of light clear pigmented lesions by targeting melanin. The damaged pigmented lesions are then cleared by the body. They undergo a mild desquamation and slough off, removing the appearance of the lesion from the skin.

Before And After

Products (5)

PicoSure Aesthetic Laser

PicoSure

Unprecedented innovation in laser technology PicoSure® is the world’s first and only picosecond aesthetic laser. This unparalleled breakthrough in laser… More


MedLiteC6

MedLite C6

Frequency-Doubled Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser MedLite, the original Q-Switched laser from ConBio, has long been known as the industry’s gold standard… More


PalomarI con

Icon

The Icon™ Aesthetic System is the next generation of platform technology. Offering multiple devices in one machine, it enables aesthetic… More


Elite+

The Elite+™ Aesthetic Workstation is a high-powered, dual-wavelength system that delivers energy faster for faster results. The Elite+’s wavelengths are the… More


RevLiteSI

RevLite SI

Built on ConBio’s original Q-Switched laser technology, RevLite™ SI is a new-generation Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser, currently available in the US… More


FAQs

What types of pigmented lesions can Cynosure lasers remove?

There are several different Cynosure lasers, including the newest picosecond laser, PicoSure, that can remove a variety of unwanted pigment like age spots, freckles and birthmarks.

Do patient’s find the treatment painful?

Most patients find the procedure tolerable and require no numbing cream or anesthesia.   They often compare the laser pulse to a snap of a thin rubber band.

How many treatment sessions will it take?
Most pigmented lesions will require only few treatments to be completely removed. Darker, deeper and larger pigmented lesions may require additional treatments. Please discuss with your physician.

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