V-Beam Perfecta® Cynergy

Pulsed Dye Laser

Pulsed Dye Lasers deliver an intense but gentle burst of light into selectively targeted areas of the skin. The light is absorbed by specific blood vessels or melanin pigmented areas in the dermis depending on the condition being treated. Factors such as the age, color and type of lesions, as well as the location on the body, all determine whether lesions can be removed.

Vbeam Perfecta®  is the gold standard and the world’s best selling pulsed-dye laser. Time and again it proves itself as the safe, easy-to-use tool for the treatment of vascular, pigmented and certain non-pigmented lesions with a low incidence of side effects.

Vascular Lesion Removal

  • For broken or enlarged blood vessels, scars, Hemangiomas, port wine stains, and other vascular lesions
  • Multiple treatments may be required for desired results
  • Minimal to no recovery period, unless the treatment is for hemagioma or congenital venous malformation

 Before & After

VBeamPerfecta Hemangioma V Beam Perfecta® Cynergy


VBeamPerfecta Portwine V Beam Perfecta® Cynergy


VBeamPerfecta Rosacea V Beam Perfecta® Cynergy


VBeamPerfecta Telangiectasisas V Beam Perfecta® Cynergy

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