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Pigmented Lesions – Laser Procedures Little Rock

Our effective Pigmented Lesions Laser Treatment will remove a variety of lesions from numerous regions of your body. If you have experienced the formation of pigmented skin lesions due to aging or heavy sun exposure, this may be the procedure you’ve been looking for.

Once your pigmented lesions have been treated with our Pigmented Lesions Laser Treatment, they will typically experience a rapid color change to grey. Around three days after your laser procedure, these grey lesions will flake away.

To find out if Pigmented Lesions Laser Treatment is right for you and your aesthetic goals, contact Lasercare Skin Clinic to arrange an appointment for a consultation. Dr. M. Bruce Sanderson is an experienced medical professional with a high degree of skill. Call or email today.

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