Laser SpotClear Program

Laser SpotClear Program

Welcome to the Laser SpotClear Program

About the Program

The Laser SpotClear Program is a targetted single-session treatment designed to effectively address and remove limited skin spots, such as pigmented lesions, age spots, and small skin imperfections. Our clinic uses a combination of CO2 Laser, Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser, and Picosecond Laser technologies tailored to your specific needs.


  • Targeted Treatment: Precisely addresses skin spots with minimal impact on surrounding areas.
  • Single Session: Most patients achieve desired results in one treatment session.
  • Versatile Approach: Utilizes different lasers to treat various types of spots effectively.
  • Quick Recovery: Minimal downtime with rapid healing.

What to Expect

Before Treatment:
  • Consultation: A comprehensive skin evaluation to determine suitability for the program.
  • Preparation: Instructions on how to prepare your skin for the procedure, including avoiding sun exposure and certain skincare products.
During Treatment:
  • Procedure Duration: Typically lasts 20 minutes, depending on the number and type of spots treated.
  • Comfort Measures: Topical anaesthetic may be applied to enhance comfort.
  • Laser Application: Each spot is targeted with a specific laser, tailored to its characteristics.
After Treatment:
  • Immediate Care: Application of soothing ointment and, if necessary, covering the treated area.
  • Post-Care Instructions: Guidance on how to care for your skin, including the use of gentle cleansers, moisturizers, and sun protection.

Duration of Effect

  • Initial Results: Visible reduction in the appearance of spots can be observed within a few days to weeks.
  • Long-Term Effects: Results can last several months to years, depending on individual skin characteristics and maintenance.
  • Maintenance: Follow-up treatments may be recommended for optimal and sustained results.

Potential Complications

While the Laser SpotClear Program is generally safe, it is important to be aware of potential risks:
  • Redness and Swelling: Common immediately after the procedure but typically subsides within a few days.
  • Temporary Skin Darkening: Some spots may darken before lightening; this is a normal part of the healing process.
  • Scarring: Rare but possible if proper post-care instructions are not followed.
  • Infection: Uncommon if post-care guidelines are adhered to; contact your provider if you notice signs of infection.
  • Changes in Skin Texture or Color: Rare and usually temporary; discuss any concerns with your provider.


Ideal Candidates:
  • Individuals with limited pigmented spots, small lesions, or age spots.
  • Patients seeking a single-session solution for spot removal.
  • Those with realistic expectations regarding treatment outcomes.
Not Suitable For:
  • Patients with extensive skin conditions or open wounds in the treatment area.
  • Individuals with specific contraindications for laser treatment (e.g., certain medical conditions, pregnancy).
  • Patients on medications that increase sensitivity to light or impair healing.
Next Steps
  • Consultation: Schedule a consultation to assess your suitability for the Laser SpotClear Program.
  • Follow-Up: Post-treatment, a follow-up appointment will be scheduled to monitor your progress and address any questions.
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Laser SpotClear Program

The information written and published on this website is not intended to substitute the recommendations of a trained professional and does not replace a professional consultation.
It is advisable to undergo a formal consultation to help establish a relationship between the doctor and yourself, accurately determine your concerns/problems, and get the appropriate treatments for them.
It is also imperative to note that the contents of the website with respect to treatments, results and pricing can vary from individual to individual, and can only be accurately determined by the doctor upon diagnosis.
Do note that all medical treatments will only be administered upon proper consultation, with the requirement that patients be above 21 years of age to provide legal consent.
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