Asian Ethnic Laser Resurfacing by Dr Philip Young Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery Bellevue | Seattle: Asian patients tend to develop moles and sunspots more so than the rest of the patient population. This is also something that is found other ethnicities. We explain some topics on hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation on our Asian Ethnic Laser Resurfacing Page. Hyperpigmentation can happen as you age. As you can see in the before and afters above, the laser resurfacing really helped this person out. Some of the moles are still there and these can be addressed as well. This particular patient wanted overall improvement and didn’t want all of the moles gone on his face. You can see our mole removal page and some before and afters here: Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery Mole Removal.
Laser resurfacing can be used to take the top layers of the skin down so that the deeper skin cells are able to resurface | reline the skin that has been taken away. In this process, the sun spots are reduced and fine wrinkles are smoothed away and improved. You have to be really careful to keep the laser resurfacing at a safe plane or depth. You can see more before and afters by visiting our laser resurfacing webpage.
We have treatment for some of these conditions including pseudohyperpigmentation. We use topicals to lighten the pseudohyperpigmentation that occurs a lot with asian laser resurfacing patients. You can visit our skin care page to read more about these topicals here: Skin Care Products for Anti Aging.
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