Procedures used for
the treatment of brown spots

Nonablative fractional laser

Peeling Jessner

Intense pulsed light

Liquid nitrogen


Brown spots

There are several types of brown spots. Among the most frequent are sunspots, such as solar lentigines (liver spots) or melasma, as well as actinic keratoses, precancerous cells that develop a pigmented appearance. Another common form is seborrheic keratoses—brownish, sometimes beige or whitish patches, which often have a raised, scaly appearance. Lastly, brown spots can sometimes also be skin cancers, such as pigmented basal cell carcinoma or lentigo maligna, or simply moles. This is why it is essential to consult a dermatologist to get the right diagnosis.

Your dermatologist can then present you with the treatment options that will offer the best results according to the type of brown spots that have been diagnosed. For example, sun protection will be essential to treat solar lentigines, actinic keratoses and melasma, but will not change the emergence or appearance of seborrheic keratoses. Intense pulsed light will be an excellent treatment for those with solar lentigines but is contraindicated for those with melasma or actinic keratoses.

Clinique D’s professionals rely on several technologies for treating brown spots and will be able to offer you the best approach as well as specialized medical or aesthetic treatment for each type.


Our procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology

Our cosmetic treatments are designed to respect your age and your personality and are aimed at a select clientele who share our vision of realism, discretion and the well-being of the patient.

 


Make an appointment

We accept requests for phototerapy, clinical research (atopic dermatitis or chronic spontaneous urticaria) and cosmetic dermatology.
* You can get in touch with us as of January 11th 2022 for medical request.






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Clinique D

1150 boulevard de l'Avenir, office 300,
Laval, Quebec H7N 6L2

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 8AM to 5PM
Phototherapy : Monday to Friday 7AM to 7PM

Clinique D | Cosmetic Dermatology

1150 boulevard de l'Avenir, office 320,
Laval, Quebec H7N 6L2

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 9h to 17h

Phones

T 450 239 6285
F 450 681 5618

Phones

T 514 396 5351
F 450 681 5618