Cosmetic Services- 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

Conditions

  • Vascular Lesions
    What 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...
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  • Enlarged Blood Vessels
    What causes Enlarged Blood Vessels? Enlarged blood vessels can occur from many contributing factors. Most commonly it is from heredity however, standing or sitting for long periods of time, obesity,...
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  • Hemangiomas
    What 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...
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  • Port-Wine Stains
    What 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...
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Doctors

Scarlett Boulos, MD
Languages:  English, Spanish, Arabic, French Scarlett Boulos, MD is... Read More
Ming H. Jih, MD, PhD
Ming H. Jih, MD, PhD is a board-certified Dermatologist specializing in... Read More
Esta Kronberg, MD
Dr. Esta Kronberg is a native Houstonian. She is one of the pioneers of... Read More
Lina Rodriguez, MD
Dr. Lina Rodriguez is a board-certified Dermatologist, and fellowship trained... Read More
Jon K. Stern, MD
A native Houstonian, Dr. Jon Stern has been practicing dermatology in southwest... Read More
Lucile White, MD
Dr. White completed her undergraduate training at Princeton University and... Read More

Aesthetician

Angela Sweeney
Angela Sweeney is a licensed aesthetician, practicing aesthetics since 1987. In... Read More