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Pigmentation Disorders

What is Pigmentation Disorders?

Pigmentation disorders affect the color of your skin. Your skin gets its color from a pigment called melanin, which is produced by melanocytes. When these cells become damaged or unhealthy, it affects melanin production, leading to discolored patches of skin. Common types of pigmentation disorders include hyperpigmentation (dark spots), melasma, and uneven skin tanning. At our clinic, we offer a comprehensive range of dermatological solutions tailored to address these unique skin concerns, restoring your skin’s natural beauty and confidence.


Choosing to treat pigmentation disorders at our clinic provides several benefits:


Our clinic employs a variety of state-of-the-art procedures to treat pigmentation disorders:

  • Consultation and Skin Analysis: Comprehensive evaluation of your skin using advanced imaging technology to determine the most effective treatment plan.
  • Topical Treatments: Prescription creams and serums specifically formulated to lighten dark patches and even out skin tone.
  • Chemical Peels: Customized peels that help remove the outermost layers of the skin, reducing the appearance of pigmentation.
  • Laser Therapy: Targeted laser treatments that break down dark spots without harming surrounding tissues.
  • Microneedling: A procedure that uses fine needles to create micro injuries on the skin, stimulating natural healing processes and evening out skin tone.
  • Ongoing Maintenance: Guidance on skincare routines and products to maintain and enhance the results of your treatments.

Before & After Operation


Patients typically observe a significant improvement in skin tone and texture, with a noticeable reduction in the appearance of dark spots and melasma. The effectiveness of the treatment can vary based on the type of pigmentation disorder and individual skin characteristics. Continuous care and follow-up treatments may be necessary to maintain results.