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About this clinic

Nihonbashi F’s laser clinic is one of very few clinics that specializes in plastic surgery and in laser treatment of dermal lesions and conditions. The founder of the clinic, Dr. ShunjiFujii MD is a well experienced, board certified plastic surgeon who has treated more than 80,000 cases over the past ten years.
He is capable of conversing in English fluently and will personally treat and advise any condition that can be treated by lasers or cosmetic, dermatological surgery. Initial consultation fee is free of cost. All appointments require reservations

What can be treated at Nihonbashi F’s Laser Clinic

Nevi

Congenital nevi
Melanotic nevi
Nevo-cellular nevi, Nevus spilus, Ohta’s nevus, Mongolian spots etc.

Hemangiomas

Hemangioma simplex, Strawberry hemangioma, Salmon patches etc.

Cosmetic Laser Surgery

Senile flecks, Freckles, Liver spots and patches, Warts, Moles, Corns, Laser tattoo removal,

Laser hair removal

including facial hair, genital hair

■Plastic surgery
Face lifts, eyelid lifts and ptosis, rhinoplasty、scar revisions,

■Non-surgical cosmetic treatment methods
Fillers,(hyaluronic acid), chemical and salt peels for cosmesis and acne treatment, vitamin and placenta iv. ,
Etc.

Price List

Nevi ¥13,000 - ¥21,700 per square cm
Senile flecks ¥32,400 per square cm
Warts, moles ¥1,620 - ¥2,160 per millimeter in diameter
Hair removal, surgical procedure please ask
Filler ¥64,800 per syringe( 1 ml )

※All prices include the 8% Japanese Consumption Tax
※the prices listed are purely prices for treatments, additional costs for medication, anesthesia etc. are not included.
※Initial consultation is free, revisits cost \1,080 per visit , medication costs range from \2,160~\6,480 or more, depending on your condition.

ACCESS

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▼Address
〒103-0027
 Nihonbashi 3-8-14 Nihonbashi Bldg. 2F, Chuo-ku, Tokyo,
Tel: 03-5255-5520

Tozai Line・・・2 minutes walk from the B1 exit of the Tokyo Metro’s Nihonbashi Station.
Tokyo Station・・・7 minutes walk from the Yaesu North Gate of the JR and Tokyo Metro’s Tokyo Station.
Takashima-ya・・・30second walk from Takashimaya south information gate (taxi stand)

Please be advised
※If you are not a native English speaker, please bring along a person who is fluent in Japanese. Nihonbashi F Laser Clinic cannot be held responsible for any misunderstanding which may arise from any language barriers.
※The prices listed are subject to change at any time. The price at consultation will be definitive.
※There may be cases where the lesions may be subject to Japanese Social Medicine. So if in doubt please bring your card. All cosmetic procedures are not subject to Social Medicine.

For further Reading

 

■What is a laser and laser medicine ?
Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The word laser is used to denote both the device which emits laser light and the light itself. Laser light is an artificial light with the following characteristics.


1. high degree of coherence,
2. low level of divergence
3. single wave length


In medicine such characteristics of laser light is used. High degree of coherence and low level of divergence mean that the laser light can be focused to a very small point, and allow delivery of large amount of energy to a very limited area. Single wavelength means that the laser light will be absorbed solely by the intended chromophore (targeted color).
Laser surgery and medicine are fields of medicine where lasers are emitted toward targets, far more specific than conventional electrocoagulation. Laser surgery allows destruction of lesions with minimal collateral damage of surrounding tissue.

 

■How does laser light treat dermal lesions?
In actuality, there are not many types of chromophores in human tissue. Water (H2O), hemoglobin in the red blood cells and melanin are the only natural chromophores targeted in laser surgery. There are specific lasers that emit laser light that is absorbed by each chromophore, eg. CO2 laser for H2O , Dye lasers for hemoglobin, Ruby and Alexandrite lasers for melanin, etc. When the laser beam is incident to the skin surface, the chromophores will absorb the energy changing it to radiant heat. The degree of photo-thermal damage due to radiant heat will depend on the power and energy density of the laser. The strongest of such reactions would be carbonization, while vaporization,protein coagulation, protein denaturation follow in decreasing order. Since the laser energy is absorbed only by the intended chromophore, the damage to surrounding tissue and cells are minimal. This process is called “selective photo-thermolysis”. However, radiant heat energy released from the chromophores will cause convectedheating of surrounding tissue and cells which may cause thermal damage. In order to avoid this, the lasers are pulsed or Q-switched. This is based on the theory called “thermal-relaxation time”. What it basically means is that if a chromophore is heated, destroyed and cooled so quickly, there would be no time and energy for heat convection to cause damage to the surroundings. The higher the peak power is the shorter the time of laser emission is required to achieve minimal damage. The time frame of various clinically used lasers range from the milli-second (0.001 second) to pico-second (10-12 second), depending on the laser device.
Therefore laser treatment is achieved by the complete thermal destruction of the lesion with minimum damage to the surrounding tissue. Wound healing is practically scar-less since most lesions are limited to the epidermis or to the upper dermis. The advances in laser technology and medicine has made possible the treatment of many skin lesions which were otherwise ignored or had associated risks of scarring with conventional treatment methods.

 

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