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Pigmentation Removal


Reveal Your Radiance With Advanced Pigmentation Removal Treatment

Understanding Pigmentation

Pigmentation removal at EST clinic

Symptoms and Effects

Why It Occurs

Pigmentation removal

Our Approach to Treating Pigmentation

Initial Consultation

Customised Treatment Plans

Treatment Options for Pigmentation Removal

Wondering if Pigmentation Removal Right For You?

Why Choose EST Clinic for Your Pigmentation Removal


Meet Dr Frank Lin

How to book a consultation

Frequently Asked Questions

Excessive skin pigmentation often results from overproduction of melanin, influenced by factors like sun exposure, hormonal changes, and genetic predisposition. Conditions like post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation and age spots can also contribute to uneven skin tone, necessitating pigmentation removal treatments for a more even complexion.

The best treatment for pigmentation varies by skin type and condition severity. Laser pigmentation removal, using medical-grade lasers, effectively targets pigmented lesions without harming the surrounding skin. Treatments like PicoWay and PicoSure lasers are renowned for their precision in treating pigmentation, ensuring an even skin tone.

For hyperpigmentation, lasers like the PicoSure and Spectra XT Expert are highly effective. These lasers deliver focused laser energy to break down excess melanin and pigmented lesions, promoting an even skin tone. The choice of laser depends on the individual’s skin type and specific pigmentation issues.

Preparing for pigmentation removal involves consulting with a specialist to understand the best approach for your skin type. Avoid direct sun exposure and laser hair removal treatments in the target area to prevent further skin pigmentation. Using sunscreen and following pre and post-treatment advice is crucial for optimal results.

The number of laser treatments required for pigmentation removal varies based on the depth of pigmentation, skin type, and the specific laser treatment used. Usually, several sessions are necessary, spread out over time, to allow the skin to heal and achieve an even tone, while avoiding harm to surrounding skin or pigment cells.

Clinic Locations


Melbourne City


Box Hill

How to book a consultation

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