Laser Treatment for Vascular Lesions
We use this state-of-the-art laser to treat a variety of vascular lesions. The Pulsed Dye Sclerolaser treats facial spider veins, rosacea, scars, leg veins and stretch marks as well as more complex problems like port wine stains and hemangiomas.
- Vascular LesionsWhat causes Vascular Lesions? Vascular lesions can result from an abundant amount of large vessels forming underneath the skin. Vascular lesions can be many different sizes and forms. Forms can...Click to read more!
- Spider VeinsWhat causes Spider Veins? Some people suffer from spider veins which are not to be confused with varicose veins. The difference is that the varicose veins are larger more raised...Click to read more!
- Stretch MarksWhat causes Stretch Marks? Stretch marks are striae (lesions) that are usually long and narrow resembling stripes or lines on the skin. They usually appear red or purple in tint...Click to read more!
- ScarsWhat causes Scars? Scars develop when there has been some sort of trauma to the dermis of the skin. This can be from any number of reasons such as acne...Click to read more!
- RosaceaWhat causes Rosacea? Rosacea is more commonly called adult acne but is actually redness and swelling on the face. Rosacea can also involve the forehead; chin; nose; ears; chest; and...Click to read more!
- Port-Wine StainsWhat causes Port-Wine Stains? A port-wine stain is normally simply a birthmark. It is caused by a capillary malformation in the skin which is actually a vascular anomaly. Port-wine stains...Click to read more!
- HemangiomasWhat are Hemangiomas? A hemangioma is actually a form of a birthmark. Hemangiomas are benign (non-cancerous) growths of grouped blood vessels. They normally appear bright red with a “rubbery” texture...Click to read more!