Brown Spots and Skin Pigmentation Treatments

Kenneth Sanders

Brown spots can occur on areas of your skin that have been overexposed to the sun. Although most of these spots are harmless, it is very important to have an annual skin screening. Sunspots commonly develop on the face and hands, but can also appear on other locations of your body with prolonged sun exposure. In most cases, they do not pose any type of health risk and require no treatment, unless you are wanting to have them treated for cosmetic reasons.

There are many professional options made available to help fade or remove sunspots. Contact us for a consultation.

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