Melasma can appear as faint dark brown discolouration or shadow-like patches of pigmentation around your face. This chronic skin condition is extremely common, especially in women, and typically appears on the forehead, upper lip, temples, and cheeks.  Well it is not painful and doesn’t present any health risks it can cause significant emotional distress for patients. 

 There is no one cure for melasma, but rather there is a multifactorial approach to managing these symptoms. The best outcomes for this condition come from a proper diagnosis. Without a proper diagnosis, symptoms may worsen and cause frustration. Dr. Plaskos will diagnose and determine the correct treatment plan for you. At AegisMD, we have the only FDA approved advanced technology to treat melasma properly.