Broad Band Light - BBL for treatment of Sun and Age Spots and UV damage

Procedure Details

28 year old 3 months after Broad Band Light Treatment ( also known as BBL ) to remove sun spots and age spots from her face and hands. The treatment can also be used hands and chest... as well as any other area where there is abnormal pigmentation BBL is the next generation of the Intense Pulse Light or Photofacial Treatment. Instead of using only one light source, BBL uses a broad spectrum of light to provide a more uniform and effective treatment. Details: Results seen after only 1 treatment Results are evident within 1-2 weeks Most patients can return to work in 1-3 days depending on the degree of sun damage Treatments are suggested every 3 months
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Broad Band Light - BBL

BBL Phototherapy:

BBL is the next generation of the Intense Pulse Light or Photofacial Treatment.  Instead of using only one light source, BBL uses a broad spectrum of light to provide a more uniform and effective treatment.

 

Who is a candidate for BBL and what can BBL treat?

  • sun spots

  • age spots

  • spider veins

  • general skin aging

  • dyschromasias

How many treatments are required?

 

  • Most patients will see about a 70-80% improvement after just one treatment

  • We suggest that you mantain your skin youth by treating every 3 months

  • BBL has been shown to rejuvenate skin DNA if treated every 3 months to slow aging

 

How quickly can you return to work after a BBL treatment?

 

  • Most patients can return to work the next day but...

  • If you have a lot of sun damage, there may be more swelling and delay return to work for 3-5 days

Location

Aesthetica Cosmetic Surgery

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