Diagnosis is the basic condition…
to treat pigmented lesions. There are lesions such as sunburns, solar lentigo, radial hyperkeratosis and malignant lentigo that appear at various stages of our lives.
The dermatologist will decide whether and how to treat them after doing the required clinical and dermatological examination.
Solar lentigo are present in almost 90% of older people. As the name suggests, the sun is responsible for the appearance of these sun spots about 1cm in diameter on the sun-exposed parts of the body (face, hands).
Let’s keep in mind that the large number of these lesions is a risk factor for developing skin cancer because they are an indication of intense light exposure. We treat them with special peels, laser alexandrite, fractional CO2, cryotherapy, whitening substances and sunscreens.