Dealing with Melasma can be a challenging experience. From small areas of discoloration to large, obvious skin hyperpigmentation, Melasma can range from an annoyance to a worrying skin condition that affects your confidence and self-esteem.
Although Melasma isn’t dangerous to your physical health, it can have serious effects on your emotional well-being. Several studies even show that Melasma can even affect your social life, preventing you from having the confidence to form relationships and enjoy life to its fullest.
Melasma is a chronic condition that can result from genetics, ethnicity, hormone changes, medications, sun damage and exposure to name a few. Since it tends to be chronic, the goal is to control its effect on the skin. Melasma is an abnormal expression of our pigment melanin both deep in the skin as well as superficial.
In most cases, no one treatment will completely correct Melasma. At Baldwin GYN & Aesthetics, we encourage a complimentary skin consultation to individualize your treatment plan. Treatments usually include:
Remember, not all lasers are equal. Typically, an individualized laser treatment protocol is best to manage Melasma and usually includes 4 sessions with followup sessions every 6 to 12 months.
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Judy deLacee Corbett MD Baldwin GYN & Aesthetics
Address:1506 N McKenzie St 104 Foley Al 36535
Phone: 251-424-1100Fax: 251-424-1110
Women’s healthcare is a true passion of mine and I seek opportunities to promote and impact women of all ages.
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