Pigment Lasers

Q- switched Nd:YAG lasers produce specific wavelengths of light that are absorbed by pigmented lesions. The light vibrates and fragments the pigmentation, breaking it up and lightening the lesion. Pigment lasers can be used to treat:


Solar lentigines

Café-au-lait spots

Hori’s Naevus

Nevus of OTA

Tattoos: black and red

There is generally a downtime of 3-5 days of either redness or crusting following the laser treatment.

The clinic uses the Revlite Q-Switched Nd- YAG laser.

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Coolsculpting or Cryolipolysis

This technology safely delivers precisely controlled cooling to gently and effectively target the fat cells underneath the skin while leaving the surface skin unaffected. The frozen fat cells then die


This involves injecting a chemical solution into the fine veins of the skinto occlude the vein resulting in its disappearance. Veins that can be treated are: Thread veins Spider veins A very fine need