What are Vascular Lesions?

Visible blood vessels, often referred to as vascular lesions, are common; in fact, most people have lesions close to the skin surface. These vessels differ in size, shape, and frequency, stemming from factors like aging, genetics, physical injuries, and environmental factors such as sun exposure. In some instances, these vascular lesions proliferate and become aesthetically unappealing.

Laser or high-energy light treatments target the hemoglobin within these troublesome vessels. These precision-focused technologies ablate or shrink the target vessel so it is no longer visible, all while leaving the surrounding skin undamaged.

Treatment Options

  • Prescription medications
  • Sclerotherapy
  • Advanced Light or Laser therapies like Lutronic Clarity II™ and DermaV™

Common Questions Answered:

Comfort varies based on the specific procedure, the technology employed, and your personal tolerance. Lutronic devices are engineered to enhance your comfort throughout the treatment.

Laser treatments target the hemoglobin within the vessel, effectively ablating or shrinking the vessel so it is no longer visible. This precision ensures that only the targeted vessel is impacted, leaving the surrounding skin undamaged.

While some treatments may offer negligible downtime, more intensive approaches might require a healing period of 5-7 days. Various factors impact downtime like the treatment type, targeted location, and tolerances of the person receiving treatment.

Certain veins might vanish immediately after treatment, while others will take longer for your body to break down and remove. Results may vary depending on the patient and severity of the condition treated.

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