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Stain Treatment

Spots are a common problem in dermatology. However, on-site treatment is not as easy as one might think. The size of the spot, its darkness, the number of years it has existed, or whether it has developed after giving birth are factors that will affect treatment. It develops in areas with the most sun and without sun protection after summer holidays. Again, it is particularly common with people who have to work under the sun. Face marks can also appear after improper use of creams, irritating creams, and solutions. The most resistant stain to treatment is the stain on the face of women after childbirth.

Although blemishes are not a disease but a cosmetic problem, it is a condition that seriously affects people’s social life and mood. Since many people feel very uncomfortable with their blemishes, they use the wrong products like foundation and powder to cover their blemishes, which damages their skin much more, leading to the development of acne or eczema and a deterioration in the quality of the skin.

The healthiest way to treat the blemish is to consult a dermatologist.

WHAT METHODS ARE USED IN STAIN TREATMENT?

STAIN TREATMENT WITH COSMELAN -DERMAMELAN

The most effective stain treatment method is the Cosmelan method. The stain treatment method Cosmelan, which is a miracle in the treatment of stains and amazes even us doctors, removes the stain in the shortest possible time. Of course, as with all stain treatment methods, the most important part of treatment is regular use of sunscreen.

STAIN TREATMENT WITH CHEMICAL PEELING

Chemical peel is also a very effective treatment method in treating spots. An exfoliating solution chosen by the doctor is applied to the entire face. While treating the stain with this method, the skin is renewed and refreshed at the same time. In other words, while the stain is being treated with the chemical peel procedure, the skin rejuvenation process is also going on.

STAIN TREATMENT WITH FRACTIONAL LASER

With the fractionated laser, the colored area is scanned with the dose to be determined by the doctor. This scanned area is lightly encrusted and potted within a week and the stain is treated. The fractional laser method is extremely effective in treating stains. For large patches all over the face, skin rejuvenation is completed in the same session as chemical peel patch treatment, if the spot treatment is done by scanning the entire face.

STAIN TREATMENT WITH GOLDEN NEEDLE RADIO FREQUENCY LASER

We mainly use skin rejuvenation treatments; The goldneedle high frequency laser is a panacea laser system. Since it initiates the restructuring process in the applied area, it also initiates restructuring in the colored areas where pigment cells are abundant and evens out the clustered pigment cells in that area. For example, when treating skin imperfections with the Golden Needle Laser, uneven skin tone is corrected all over the skin.

STAIN TREATMENT WITH PRP

Point treatment with PRP; It is the method of taking the person’s own blood, centrifuging it and injecting the platelet-rich portion of the plasma into the colored area by microinjection. Platelets are components of the blood that contain growth factors. PRP regenerates and restructures the skin through these growth factors. The skin renews and restructures with PRP; It helps the pigment cells that have accumulated in the stained area to spread evenly and lighten the stain in that area. The skin applied with PRP rejuvenates, brightens and invigorates.

STAIN TREATMENT WITH MESOTHERAPY

In the method of removing stains with mesotherapy; Particularly coloring and antioxidant substances are injected into the colored areas with fine needles. The method of removing stain with mesotherapy both opens the stain in that area and provides rejuvenation and revitalization of the skin tissue. It is important to strengthen and improve the structure of the skin to prevent the stain from reappearing. For this purpose, special mesotherapy products with vitamins, amino acids and hyaluronic acid can be used as a follow-up treatment.

STAIN TREATMENT WITH CREAM

The most important part of the spot treatment is to apply at least SPF50 + sunscreen to your entire face, especially the blotchy areas, morning and day. In the evening, treatments by applying spot-lightening creams, serums or mixtures prepared by the doctor to the stained areas can only be supported if the doctor is aware. What is often the best lightening cream for me? it is asked. It is not easy to open a stain. Wish it was the best stain cream and we could do it well without doing so much. But of course we recommend our patients stain removal creams that support all of these stain removal processes that we carry out.

WHAT CAUSES SKIN STAINS?

Genetic predisposition

Old age

Sunburns

Hormone treatments

Gestation period

Medicines – birth control pills, some antibiotics and antidepressants, etc.

Unconscious use of cosmetic products

Unconscious peeling applications applied at home, masks

Spots can also appear after skin infectious diseases.

WHAT SHOULD CARE BE AFTER THE STAIN TREATMENT?

After the point treatment procedures, skin rejuvenating epithelial and wound healing creams recommended by the doctor are recommended to the patient. Protecting the patient from the sun is the most important part of treatment. Of course, it’s very important to use the 50+ doctor-recommended sunscreen creams in the morning and during the day.

STAIN TREATMENT PRICE?

The price of spot treatment varies depending on the method to be used for spot treatment. You can contact +90 212 215 54 99 for information on point treatments and the price of the point treatment.
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