Age spots, or Lentigines, begin to appear on the face, chest, back, back of hands, and tops of the face as we age. The major cause of age spots is sun and UV exposure, along with a genetic disposition to the age spots. Flat, tan, brown, or black in color, age spots, is an age giveaway. In order to prevent age spots, patients must use SPF on all exposed areas susceptible to lentigines. Typically seen in patients over age 50, younger patients may see them as well depending on genetics, and the amount of UV exposure the patient has.
Today, there are numerous ways of reversing age spots in a medical office.
Treatment Options Available for Age & Brown Spots
Q1064: Thermage procedures can help smooth, tighten, and contour your skin for an overall younger-looking appearance in a single treatment without surgery or injections.
Thermage: Thermage procedures can help smooth, tighten, and contour your skin for an overall younger-looking appearance in a single treatment without surgery or injections.
CO2 Ablative Laser: CO2 laser resurfacing is done to treat sun damage, age spots, and any other hyperpigmentation on the skin.
Fractional Laser: Fractional laser scar treatment is the more comfortable alternative to surgery for acne scars and surgical scars, with remarkable results on any skin type, including very light and very dark skin