What can I do about uneven skin tone?

Poor skin texture and tone can have a dramatic impact on the appearance and health of one’s skin. Patients in and around the area of Columbia, Maryland, who are seeking a board-certified dermatologist to help them clear their skin and even it out are welcome to book an appointment at the practice of Dr. Melanie Adams for a diagnosis of their skin condition and discussion of proper treatment solutions that can assist!

Who can speak with Dr. Melanie Adams to discuss uneven skin tone on the face and body?

In the past, treatments for uneven skin tone were only accessible to individuals with lighter skin. However, advancements in science now provide safe and effective options for patients of color. Whether your skin tone is uneven due to excess sun exposure, hormone changes, skin picking or squeezing, or post-surgical discoloration, there are solutions available for people of all skin tones.

What issues may arise when considering ways to treat dull and uneven skin?

Conventional treatments are able to treat the superficial layers of skin, but the problem may persist due to deeper pigment. To even out skin tone, Dr. Adams may take different approaches. At Melanie L. Adams, MD, PA, we can address superficial and deep pigmentary problems for a better outcome. We work with the patient to evaluate their current condition and provide them with solutions that can work to even out skin tone safely and effectively.

Who can I call to learn more about treating uneven skin tone on the face or body?

Dr. Melanie Adams and her team in Columbia, MD, work with men and women of all ages who want to improve the appearance and health of their skin. If you reside in the communities of Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County, Baltimore County, or the District of Columbia area and want to speak to a professional about skin tone treatment options, book an appointment with our team by calling (410) 910-2366. We are conveniently located at 10700 Charter Drive, Suite #320, and accept new patients.