Hair Transplantation Blemishes
 

Common blemish removal methods include lasers, electrocautery or cryotherapy. Pigment lasers are used to treat pigmented blemishes whereas vascular lasers are useful for red blemishes. For non-colored or raised blemishes, carbon dioxide lasers or electrocautery can be used to ablate the lesions.

Blemishes respond differently to the various skin treatment according to their type. For example seborrhoeic keratoses can in most cases be removed in one skin treatment session by a carbon dioxide laser, and rarely recur; whereas syringomas are well-known to re-appear after any type of treatment.

Common blemishes

  • Brown blemishes
  • Red blemishes
    • Acne marks
    • Broken veins (telengiectasias)
    • Angiomas ("blood blisters")
  • Non-colored / raised blemishes
    • Seborrhoeic keratoses
    • Plane warts
    • Syringoma
    • Sebaceous hyperplasia
    • Milia
  • Others
    • Scars

Common Blemished

Common skin blemishes - Syringoma
Common skin blemishes - Syringoma
Common skin blemishes - Lentigo simplex (sun-spot / liver spot)
Common skin blemishes - Lentigo simplex (sun-spot / liver spot)
Common skin blemishes - Telangiectasia on nose
Common skin blemishes - Telangiectasia on nose
Common skin blemishes - Plane warts
Common skin blemishes - Plane warts
Common skin blemishes - Angioma
Common skin blemishes - Angioma
Common skin blemishes - Seborrhoeic keratoses
Common skin blemishes - Seborrhoeic keratoses
Common skin blemishes - Sebaceous hyperplasia
Common skin blemishes - Sebaceous hyperplasia