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Lamprobe Treatment

The Lam probe is a device that treats minor skin irregularities using radio frequency and high frequency. The treatment is quick and requires no downtime. The Lamprobe is a great way to address little imperfections and give the skin a clearer smoother appearance.


Lamprobe can address skin irregularities like:


  • Dilated facial capillaries

  • Spider naevi

  • Cherry angiomas

  • Sebaceous cysts

  • Milia

  • Cholesterol deposit

  • Sebaceous hyperplasia

  • Fibromas

  • Keratoses

  • Skin tags

Does it hurt?

The treatment is incredibly quick and over with before you know it! It may feel like a quick hot sting. If multiple irregularities are being treated or if the irregularity is in a sensitive spot a topical anesthetic can be applied.


What will I look like after the treatment?

Your skin will be a little red around the irregularity that was treated for several hours.  A very small scab will form where the irregularity was treated.  The scab will usually fall off in 7-10 days.


Can moles be removed with the Lam probe?

No, although Moles can be surgically removed by our physician.

Post Treatment Instructions for Lamprobe:

  • After treatment, the areas treated may feel irritated and itchy. Redness and scabbing may form.

  • Make sure you do not pick at the scabs because prematurely removing the scabs may cause hyperpigmentation /hypopigmentation or scarring.

  • Cleanse the treated areas with a mild cleanser. Do Not use cleansers that contain alcohol or exfoliating ingredients such as glycolic acid or salicylic acid until the treated area is completely healed.

  • After cleansing pat the treated areas dry instead of rubbing it dry. Rubbing the area dry may remove the scab prematurely. 

  • SPF 30 or greater EVERY morning- wear protective clothing, hats, and sunglasses, etc.