skip to Main Content

Skin Discoloration

Feel Confident in Your Skin

Get Started Today
Skin Discoloration

Feel Confident in Your Skin

GENERAL

Skin Discoloration

Whether you have dark patches, melasma, or discolored spots from acne scarring, skin discoloration can be a pain to deal with.

At Brentwood Dermatology, our board-certified dermatologists, aestheticians, and fully-trained nurses are experienced in administering and performing several facial rejuvenation and cosmetic treatments to help fade skin discoloration for a more even tone and clear complexion!

If you’re ready to address your skin discoloration, find out how we can help below. And be sure to contact us if you have any further questions regarding skin discoloration treatments at Brentwood Dermatology.

CHANGE IN SKIN COLOR

What is Skin Discoloration?

Skin discoloration is a broad term encompassing a wide range of skin conditions characterized by changes in a person’s skin color. Skin discoloration may present itself as small, flat, brown spots on the facial area or larger, pale white patches of skin covering the arms, hands, neck, and face.

Furthermore, skin discoloration can be a natural part of aging or the sign of an underlying condition that needs medical attention, which is why it’s important to visit a board-certified dermatologist if you have troubling skin discoloration.

QUESTIONS

FAQ Section

Skin discoloration can be caused by several different things. For instance, certain health conditions can cause discolored patches of skin, while long-term, unprotected exposure to the sun may cause “sunspots,” or better known as dark spots on the face.

At Brentwood Dermatology, we see several skin conditions that often present signs of skin discoloration. This includes rosaceaacne scarring, sunburn, contact dermatitis, burns, eczemamelasma, and various forms of skin cancer, such as basal cell carcinomasquamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma.

Skin discoloration is a general term, but it can appear in several different forms. The types of skin discoloration conditions we see at Brentwood Dermatology include:

  • Age spots (sunspots and dark spots)
  • Melasma
  • Birthmarks
  • Rosacea
  • Vitiligo
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Sunburn

For more information on the types of skin discoloration conditions, please contact our team of board-certified dermatologists today. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have!

This skin condition shows up as lightening or darkening patches of skin that may appear on only a small portion of the body or affect the entire body.

Skin discoloration may show up on any part of the body. Where skin discoloration is more likely to appear depends on the type of skin discoloration condition. For instance, sunspots and dark spots most often appear on the face, as this is one of the most commonly exposed areas to UV rays.

At Brentwood Dermatology, we have several cosmetic treatments for skin discoloration. This includes:

If you’re struggling with skin discoloration, the dermatologists at Brentwood Dermatology are here to help you find the best skin discoloration treatment! Get in touch with us today to learn more.

PHOTOS

Skin Discoloration

Board-Certified Skin Discoloration Treatment at
Brentwood Dermatology
Board-Certified Skin Discoloration Treatment at Brentwood Dermatology

Are you ready to get rid of skin discoloration? Schedule a skin consultation with the team of board-certified dermatologists at Brentwood Dermatology! We’re passionate about helping our patients achieve clear, even-toned complexion with effective skin discoloration treatments. Schedule your skin consultation and treatment in Brentwood, Tennessee, by requesting an appointment online or by calling (615) 377-3448.

Back To Top