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By Dr. Bryan Selkin | Brown Spots Aug 9, 2018

Plano residents discover how to remove facial brown spots proven, non-surgical treatments

Brown Spots True facial brown spots are not dangerous, but they can jar your self-esteem. Just because you have exhausted OTC creams and home remedies that may have produced skin irritation and other problems you didn’t have before, doesn’t mean that other options aren’t available. On the contrary, Dr. Bryan Selkin and his team have a number of safe and proven ways to remove facial brown spots in the Plano area.

The Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery will assess your skin to determine a plan that works best for you. By customizing treatment to your specific concerns, skin type, and condition the risks of irritation and other unwanted side effects are minimized. Furthermore, you don’t have to wait for many months to see even the most modest results with the powerful yet gentle products and therapies administered by our dermatologic professionals.

How to remove facial brown spots … with a bottle

Proven science is the foundation for the Selkin MD line of products. From skin lighteners to anti-aging protocols, a number of masks, serums, and creams may be recommended to effectively treat discoloration and other signs of sun damage. Sun protection products can prevent spots from forming in the first place and/or help to maintain the results of facial brown spot treatments.

How to remove facial brown spots … with chemical peels

Chemical peels are among the most versatile and inclusive of treatments. Different types of solutions may be matched to the severity of your spots, as well as to your skin tone, texture, and condition. The solution goes to work to gently remove the outermost layers of skin. Think of this as a healthy process, whereby the damaged, pigmented layers make way for fresh, spot-free layers of new skin underneath.

How to remove facial brown spots … with lasers and intense pulsed light

There are many different types of lasers and intense pulsed light machines designed to treat hyperpigmentation and other signs of sun damage. However, these technologies generally have some foundational elements in common: Devices deliver light to the treatment area. The energy from this light causes the cells responsible for pigmentation and other concerns to be damaged and break up. Since lasers can be used to pinpoint very small areas, this type of therapy is very precise and effective while also being quite safe as treatment is limited to the tiny area that comes into contact with the laser beam. Surrounding tissue is not touched.

These and other products and therapies may be used with each other. They can even be used on other areas of the body prone to sun damage such as the hands, arms, chest, and neck. Dr. Bryan Selkin and his team are experts in how to remove facial brown spots in Plano. Schedule a consultation by calling 972-985-9003.

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Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery is committed to helping patients achieve healthy and beautiful skin. Our dedicated team is comprised of Dr. Bryan Selkin MD, FAAD, Board Certified in Dermatology; Gilbert Selkin, MD, DMD, Board Certified Maxillofacial Surgeon; John “Jay” Wofford MD, FAAD, Board Certified Dermatologist & Dermatopathologist; M. David Meyer MD, FAAD, Board Certified Dermatologist; Janet Y. Li MD, FAAD Board Certified Dermatologist & Fellowship Trained Mohs Surgeon, Sam Awan, MD, FAAD, Board Certified Dermatologist; Trisha J. Patel MD, FAAD Board Certified Dermatologist; Howard Steinman MD, FAAD - Board Certified Dermatologist, Mohs Surgeon; Nicholas R. Snavely MD, FAAD - Board Certified Dermatologist Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon, an expert in the prevention, detection and treatment of skin cancer, as well as advanced reconstruction; and Caitlin Farmer, MD – Board Eligible Dermatologist