Laser Treatment for Vascular Lesions

Laser Treatment For Vascular Lesions

Laser treatment for vascular lesions is a non-invasive procedure that eliminates abnormal blood vessels without damaging surrounding tissue. It effectively treats conditions like spider veins, cherry angiomas, and broken capillaries. A specialized laser device emits an intense beam of light, causing the targeted blood vessels to collapse.

The process takes 10-30 minutes, depending on the size and severity. Side effects like redness and swelling are minimal and usually subside within a few days. Keeping the treated area clean and covered is advised.

Laser treatment offers reduced infection risk compared to surgery. Results are typically visible within days to a week. While mild discomfort and light bruising may occur, it is generally safe when performed by an experienced professional. Achieve smooth, healthy-looking skin with laser therapy for vascular lesions.

Vascular Lesions FAQ

What are the potential risks associated with laser treatment for vascular lesions?

The most common risk associated with laser treatment for vascular lesions is a slight burning sensation, redness and swelling in the treated area. These effects usually subside within a few days of completing the procedure. Rarely, skin discoloration may occur in some cases but this is usually temporary.

What should I expect during the treatment?

During the procedure, a specialized laser device will be used to emit an intense beam of light which targets the abnormal blood vessels and causes them to collapse. Most patients feel only mild discomfort during the process with no pain or scarring afterwards.

How long does laser treatment for vascular lesions take?

The process usually takes between 10-30 minutes depending on the size and severity of the condition being treated. Results may be visible immediately after the procedure, or within a few days to a week. However, multiple sessions may be required in order to achieve desired results.

What laser does Beauty & Wellness on Olive use for vascular lesion treatments?

We use DYE-VL by Alma Lasers.