Hyperpigmentation Treatment in Lighthouse Point, FL

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Many people have hyperpigmentation, which is a widespread skin issue that causes dark patches to develop on the skin. These pigmented spots can appear anywhere on the body or face and may vary in shape and size. Skin hyperpigmentation can also include acne blotches and sun spots from conditions, like melasma, eczema, and psoriasis. At Bright Young Smiles, our aesthetic team treats hyperpigmentation issues regularly using the Opus® radiofrequency (RF) technology from Alma. Offering skin rejuvenation, these laser-based treatments often reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and help improve your overall complexion. Reach out to our practice in Lighthouse Point, FL, for additional details!

Hyperpigmentation can be a nuisance and keep you from your most satisfying look. Thankfully, though, Bright Young Smiles offers hyperpigmentation treatment with the Opus platform from Alma. Benefits of this treatment using radiofrequency energy at our Lighthouse Point, FL office include:

  • Minimizing the appearance of hyperpigmentation
  • Stimulating the production of collagen and elastin
  • Boosting skin health
  • Evening out inconsistent skin tones
  • The process is noninvasive and nonsurgical
  • Treatments take well under an hour to perform
  • Minimal discomfort and downtime

The best candidates for hyperpigmentation treatments with the advanced Opus platform generally have areas of discoloration on the skin of their face or body that can vary in size and type. Typically, hyperpigmentation is caused by melasma from hormonal changes (often occurring during pregnancy), sunspots, age spots, psoriasis, eczema, and more. Because the Opus platform is safe and effective for all skin types, almost anyone who wants to reduce hyperpigmentation for clearer, healthier-looking skin can be a great candidate. During your consultation at Bright Young Smiles, we will examine your skin and listen to your concerns to ensure this effective treatment is right for you.

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What causes hyperpigmentation?

Often, an individual's body might naturally create more skin pigmentation than is required. A number of environmental and health conditions may also heighten an individual's chance of hyperpigmentation, like specific medicaments, skin trauma or injury, and UV exposure.

How long does the treatment for hyperpigmentation take?

The number and length of Opus radiofrequency treatment sessions at Bright Young Smiles will vary for each patient and will depend on the severity of the condition. However, each session lasts approximately less than an hour, and most individuals can generally diminish their dark patches within 3 – 4 sessions completed about four weeks apart. During your treatment consultation, our team members can go over further details surrounding your cosmetic treatment.

What is the cost of hyperpigmentation treatment?

The overall cost of treatment for hyperpigmentation in Lighthouse Point, FL, will be determined based on your individual needs, concerns, and how many sessions are required to realize your cosmetic goals. We can help you decide how many visits will likely be required and explain the easy payment methods accepted at our facility.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.