Pigmented lesions
Pigmented lesions
The occurrence of causes of pigmentary lesions occur exacerbated by rising levels of melanin, which are concentrated in certain regions of the skin, recurrent excessive sun exposure, aging or congenital factors. Pigmentary lesions have different sizes and shapes, ranging from tiny black dots to larger spots that can affect almost the entire arms, face and neck. Some types of pigmented lesions may be pre-cancerous, which makes its removal required. Pigmentary lesions are a fairly common problem and affect millions of people worldwide. Modern technology, with the use of laser and IPL systems, is the most common types of benign pigmented lesions with extreme safety, efficacy and clinically proven results.