At Leawood Family Care, keeping you healthy is our primary focus. Our IPL Photofacials follow national guidelines for screening and preventive services.
We believe in providing the South KC community with access to affordable hyperpigmentation treatment in Overland Park, so you can continue living a healthy, active lifestyle.
IPL Photofacial Treatments at a Glance
15-45 minutes based on areas treated
Conditions It Treats
- Fine Lines
- Age spots
- Hyperpigmented scars
You may have slight redness of the skin immediately following IPL treatment at our Overland Park office. Effects will be noticed gradually over the next 30 days. The initial recommendation is usually for three treatments one month apart, however sometimes more treatments are necessary.
How Hyperpigmentation Treatment in Overland Park Works
How IPL Photofacial Works
IPL is a laser procedure in which the laser targets pigmentation within the skin.
We determine the strength of the laser by skin type as well as the reaction of the skin to a test patch. An IPL laser treatment works below the skin surface so you do not see skin peeling and flaking following treatment.
If you have freckles, dark spots, wrinkles or even acne scars, our hyperpigmentation treatment in Overland Park works to smooth the skin’s surface while evening its color—creating a much clearer complexion. We recommend an IPL hyperpigmentation treatment for men and women of all ages with damaged, unhealthy skin they’d like to correct.
Dr. Mary Ann Campbell, a board-certified family practitioner, performs the IPL hyperpigmentation treatment procedure and has had additional training in IPL and other laser treatments.
Her medical assistant Kim Staley, under Dr. Campbell’s direction, may also perform the IPL and other laser treatments.
Hyperpigmentation treatment in Overland Park
Schedule An Appointment
IPL, the Clear Lift Photofacial, and laser hair removal can be scheduled with either Dr. Campbell or Kim. We schedule these procedures five days a week, however Dr. Campbell and Kim perform most of these treatments on Tuesdays and Thursdays to patients in Johnson County.