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Plano dermatologists describe how patients can work to get rid of brown spots on the face

How To Get Rid Of Brown Spots On Face Plano - Image for brown spotsIt is common for patients to visit the practice of DSA Dermatology to speak with our dermatologists about unusual spots and marks on the skin. Drs. Daniel Achtman and Carmine McConnell of the Plano, TX community are often approached by patients who are worried about specific spots on their skin. While some marks and skin growths may be an indication of skin cancer, there are also other completely cosmetic pigmentation concerns. This includes dark spots such as lentigines, which are hyperpigmented areas that often result from sun exposure during one’s lifetime. They may appear anywhere on the skin where sun exposure has occurred, typically on the face, neck, arms, legs, and back. They are often referred to as sun spots, age spots, or liver spots. Many patients want to learn about how to get rid of these brown spots on the face and other parts of the body, and Drs. Daniel Achtman and Carmine McConnell can help.

Brown spots on the skin must first be analyzed by a dermatologist. This is to make sure the hyperpigmentation is not a skin cancer concern and is strictly caused by sun damage. The best method of determining the course of treatment is to consult with the team of DSA Dermatology who has the experience providing patients with treatment plans best suited for their specific needs. An examination or a biopsy can rule out skin cancer, and then treatment decisions can be made from there.

Methods of treatment will vary depending on the skin type, size of the brown spot, and the budget of the patients. Some individuals may fare well with bleaching creams, which are used to help slowly fade the brown spot over time to make it less noticeable. This is an affordable option. Other patients who want faster, more effective results on very dark brown spots may instead benefit from laser therapies and lightening chemical peels.

If you have brown spots on the face or body and are interested in learning about ways of rejuvenating your appearance, contact the team of DSA Dermatology and speak with Drs. Daniel Achtman and Carmine McConnell to determine the best treatment option for your specific skin care concerns.

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