• Nevus (Mole) – epidermal, dermal, mixed
  • Benign Skin Lesions (skin tag, milia, syringoma, sebaceous hyperplasia, xanthelesma, etc.)
  • Viral Warts (face, hands, feet, body)
  • Freckles & Lentigens
  • Seborrheic Keratosis
  • Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (Dyschromia)
  • Melesma
  • Tattoo
  • Precancerous lesions and Skin Cancer (need definite diagnosis by a medical doctor before any treatment)
  • Laser Complications (immediate & long-term)


Equipment & Method

: Q-switched Nd-Yag, CO2, Long Pulsed Alexandrite/Nd-Yag, IPL, Chemical Peeling


Important facts before laser treatment

» Proper assessment for post-treatment complications should be done for every client and need to explain the actual risks involved

before performing procedure

» Must choose the appropriate laser or method according to risks involved, life style of client, and expectations.

» No one treatment method is superior to the other, so if your clinic treats everything with only one laser or method,

then ask ‘what are my other treatment options?’.

» Unexperienced laser procedures can always make your problems worse, so wouldn’t it be wise to trust a skin specialist with experience?