Hyperpigmentation and Melasma in Bedford, TX

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What Are Hyperpigmentation and Melasma?

Hyperpigmentation occurs when dark patches of skin show up on the body, and melasma is one of the most common types. Melasma, also called chloasma, are tan or brown patches that typically occur symmetrically over the brow, nose, cheeks, or upper lip. Melasma is found more often in women and may be caused by sun damage or hormonal changes, such as those triggered by menopause and pregnancy. Individuals with darker skin types are more prone to melasma than those who have lighter complexions. Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Calvin Williams treats melasma and hyperpigmentation issues regularly in Bedford, TX. He can provide numerous remedies that may help reduce the visibility of the condition. Call Essential Dermatology Group to schedule an appointment with him today.

How Are Hyperpigmentation and Melasma Treated?

There are numerous alternatives for the treatment of melasma and hyperpigmentation. First, there are a variety of topical compound creams, gels, or lotions that can be given to help expedite skin lightening. Second, there are aesthetic procedures, including chemical peels and skin care products. Another option is intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy, which destroys excess melanin and encourages the body to produce new skin cells. Unlike lasers that utilize focused lighting, IPL is versatile broadband light so the recovery period is shorter. Improvements are normally long-lasting when the patient implements good sun protection and upkeep.

Dr Williams is a very personable and spends quality time with you. I have seen him several times and each visit has been a great experience. I have Melasma and with his recommended prescription I have seen a tremendous improvement and I no longer feel like I am being stared at when out in public. Thank you Dr. Williams, your the BEST!

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If you are affected by melasma or hyperpigmentation issues and are tired of the way it looks, we welcome you to call Essential Dermatology Group to schedule an appointment with board-certified dermatologist Dr. Calvin Williams. Melasma needs a specialized diagnosis so that the right treatment can be provided. If the wrong treatment is implemented, the skin might become darker. Dr. Williams can accurately diagnose and treat melasma at his Bedford, TX office.

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