Treatments for Pigmented Lesions

Pigmented Lesions

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Target Moles, Freckles, & More

When the body produces too much or too little melanin, it can cause brown spots, sun spots, moles, melasma, and other skin patches that appear lighter or darker than normal.

These patches range in size and can appear anywhere on the body.

Some people address pigmentation concerns with medicines and creams. Others seek treatments for quicker, more dramatic results.



Sun Exposure

Natural Aging Process

Sciton offers technology that deposits and distributes energy to enhance and improve the skin’s overall health and appearance.

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HALO™ is a Hybrid Fractional Laser that delivers non-ablative + ablative wavelengths to a targeted treatment area. Through HALO®’s process of “dermal remodeling,” pigmented lesions can be removed for an enhanced skin smoothness.


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ClearSilk® is the perfect solution to address minor skin imperfections and boost skin revitalization. It uses bulk heating to encourage the body’s natural response to clear pigment, reduce vascularity, and improve the overall appearance of tissue.

Before & After

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1 month post 1 tx

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The Science

Skin remodeling for smooth, even results

In order to smooth the skin and reduce pigmentation, a treatment for pigmented lesions must enlist the help of the body’s natural healing process. Sciton technology offers your provider a variety of tools that go deep past the skin’s surface to target and treat imperfections and produce permanent results.

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Physicians across the country trust Sciton technology to treat patients with pigmented lesions. Find a treatment provider near you and take the first step to clearer skin, sooner.

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