WELCOME TO Dr. Showrya Gadde Pigmentation Treatment

Pigmentation issues can be a common concern, particularly for those seeking an even and radiant complexion. Dr. Showrya Gadde and our expert team specialize in pigmentation treatments to help you achieve the skin you desire.

These treatments are designed to address a wide range of pigmentation concerns, from age spots and sun damage to melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Dr. Showrya Gadde carefully assesses your skin's unique needs and tailors a personalized treatment plan using cutting-edge technologies and techniques.

Whether you're dealing with uneven skin tone, dark spots, or other pigmentation issues, our goal is to help you regain your confidence and reveal your natural beauty. With our comprehensive approach to pigmentation treatment, you can look forward to a more luminous and harmonious complexion.

Pigmentation refers to the excessive production of melanin, leading to a darker and uneven skin tone. This condition can manifest in various forms, including:


  • Melasma: Characterized by large patches of irregular skin darkening, often affecting the face, particularly the cheeks and nose.
  • Age Spots: Also known as sunspots or freckles, these typically appear on the face, chest, shoulders, and arms.
  • Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH): Dark spots that develop in areas prone to acne, such as the face.
  • Macular Amyloidosis: Small, greyish or dusty brown stains on the skin that can occur anywhere on the body.
  • Lichen Planus Pigmentosus (LPP): Greyish patches of pigmented skin found on the face and neck.
  • Suntan: Skin pigmentation resulting from prolonged sun exposure, commonly found on the face, neck, arms, and feet.
  • Lentigines and Freckles: Small brown to black spots that appear on sun-exposed areas of the body due to UV ray exposure or genetic factors.

Pigmentation occurs due to an increase in melanin, the body's natural pigment. Several factors can stimulate this increase, including aging, skin injuries, hormonal changes, and sun exposure.

The treatment approach depends on factors like the cause, duration, and extent of pigmentation. We provide a range of treatment options, including:

  • Chemical peels
  • Microdermabrasion
  • IPL (Intense Pulsed Laser)
  • Microneedling
  • Vampire Facial
  • Intravenous skin lightening therapies