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About Vascular Lesions

Leg veins, spider veins and other visible benign vascular lesions are common aesthetic conditions for which patients seek treatment for both medical and cosmetic reasons. Lasers and other light based technologies enable effective treatment of leg veins and vascular lesions by inducing vessel collapse through coagulation with minimal damage to adjacent structures.

Vascular Lesions Treatments & Application

Bvlaser’s vascular lesions treatments offer effective, non-invasive solutions that close these veins and reduce or eliminate their appearance. The treatment utilizes a combination of IPL and precise laser wavelengths that target only the malformed blood vessel beneath the skin and stop the blood supply to it. The result is smooth, spotless, clear skin .

Why Choose Bvlaser's Vascular Lesions Devices?

The Lumenis IPL with OPT (Optimal Pulse Technology) is designed to treat vascular lesions up to 1.5 mm deep and up to 1 mm in diameter. The Multi-Spot Nd:YAG with Multiple Sequential Pulsing (MSP) effectively treats vascular lesions up to 4.5 mm deep and with a diameter of up to 4 mm, such as leg veins. The Multi-Spot Nd:YAG treats all skin types safely and effectively.

Before & After Clinical Results

Vascular Lesions After Pictures
Vascular Lesions Before Pictures
Vascular Lesions After Pictures
Vascular Lesions Before Pictures
Vascular Lesions After Pictures
Vascular Lesions Before Pictures

Most Frequent Questions And Answers

How Does The Vascular Lesions Treatment Work?

A: The ultimate goal of laser treatment of vascular lesions is the selective destruction of abnormal vessels by heating the vessel wall through the absorption of light by hemoglobin. The wavelength chosen should be selectively absorbed by hemoglobin, and the pulse length should be short enough to confine the heat to the blood vessels to prevent unwanted damage to adjacent tissue.

What are the different types of vascular lesions?

A: Vascular lesions include acquired lesions (eg, pyogenic granuloma) and those that are present at birth or arise shortly after birth (vascular birthmarks).

What should I expect after treatment?

A: The most common side effect is discoloration of the vein and bruising, or purpura (purplish discoloration), around the treated area. This will resolve within days after the treatment. Initially, you may have a “cat scratch” like appearance to the treated vessels for 1 – 2 days after the treatment. The treated area may be sensitive to the touch and feel as if there is a slight sun burn in that area. Most redness, swelling and sensitivity resolve within 2 – 3 days.

How soon will I see results?

A: Some vascular may show visible disappearance immediately while other destroyed vascular’s response may be less visible or lighter in appearance. Laser vein treatment works by causing the unwanted vascular to collapse, and over a period of time, your body will slowly re-absorb, similar to a bruise healing. This process can take place over a period of several weeks.

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