Vascular Removal

The treatment of acquired vascular lessons is one of the most commonly requested procedures, either to eliminate psychological trauma or to achieve a better appearance.

 

Our professionals are European Trained Doctors with Canadian Laser Technician Degrees who do not only use their medical knowledge for effective results, but also are trained to use correct combinations of state-of-the-art technologies, that will achieve success even in the most critical situations.

 

" We can help you to love the skin you're in"

We treat:

ROSACEA

Acne Rosacea; Erythematotelangiectatic, Papulopustural, Phymatous, Ocular Rosacea

Chronic skin condition characterized by facial redness, small and superficial dilated blood vessels just under the skin. Rosacea affects all ages and the cause is not known. The more likely to have rosacea are people with fair-skin, age 30-50 and more often in woman.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENCE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

VARICOSE VEINS

Varix; Varices; Varicosities.

Varicose veins are blue or flesh colored, subcutaneus dilated larger than 3 mm in diametere, swollen, twisted, painful veins that you can see just under the skin.

They usually occur in the legs, but also can form in other parts of the body.

 

 

TREATMENTS:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

RETICULAR VEINS

Feeder Veins;

Reticular veins are generally hereditary and usually considered a cosmetic problem. They are flat blue-green or purple in color veins beneat the skn surface measuring up to  2 mm in diameter. They often seen behind the knees but can develop on the inner part and back of the  thights, legs and ankles.

 

TREATMENTS:

  • INTENCE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

THREAD VEINS

Spider Veins; Telangiectasia; Vascular Ectasias; 

Small and typically purple to purple-red in color dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin or mucous membranes, measuring between 0.5 and 1 mm in diameter. They can develop anywhere on the body but are commonly seen on the face around the nose, cheeks, and chin. They can also develop on the legs, although when they occur on the legs, they often have underlying venous reflux or "hidden varicose veins". 

 

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

SPIDER ANGIOMA

Spinder Veins; Nevus Araneus; Vascular Spider; Spider Telangiectasia

Swollen blood vessels found slightly beneath the skin surface, often containing a central red spot and reddish extensions which radiate outwards like a spider's web. Spider angiomas are very common and they often occur in pregnant woman and in people with liver disease. They can appear in both cildren and adults.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

 

CHERRY ANGIOMA

Senile anioma / angioma-cherry

Non-cancerous skin growth made up of  blood vessels that vary in size. They can accur almost anywhere on the body, but ussually develp on the trunk. They are most common after age 30. The cause is unknown, but they tend to be inheritated.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

HEMANGIOMA

Capillary Hemangioma; Hemangioma Simplex; Infantile Hemangioma; Cavernous Hemangioma; Strawberry Nevus; Strawberry Mark; Nevus Vascularis; 

Abnormal self-involuting tumor, red to reddish-purple buildup of blood vessals in the skin. About 1/3 of hemangiomas are present at birth and rest appear in the first several months of life. The hemangioma may be in the top skin layer (capillary), deeper in hte skin (cavernous) or both.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

VENOUS LAKE

Phlebectases

Generally solitary, soft, compressible, dark blue to violaceous, 0.2- to 1- cmcapule commonly found on sun-explosed surfaces of the vermilion border of the lip, face and ears. Lesions generally occur amound the elderly.

 

TREATMENTS:

  • LASER

ANGIOKERATOMA

Angiokeratoma corporis; Angiokeratoma of Mibelli; Angiokeratoma of Fordyce; Solitary Angiokeratoma; Verrucous Vascular Maliformation

Is a benign cutaneous lesion of capillaries, resulting in small marks of red to blue color and characterized by hyperkeratosis. Due to the rarity of different types of vascular conditions, angiokeratomas may be misdiagnosed.

 

TREATMENTS:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

KERATOSIS PILARIS

Follicular Keratosis; Lichen Pilaris; Chicken Skin

Harmless skin condition in which a protein in the skin called keratin froms hard plugs within hair follicles. It seems to run in families and more common in people who have very dry skin, or who have eczema.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

PORT-WINE STAIN

Nevus Flammeus; Nevus Flammeus Nuchae, Midline nevus flammeus

 

A birthmark in which swollen blood vassels created a reddish-purplish discoloration close to the skin surface. Port-wine stains occur in about 3 out of 1,000 people. In rare cases, port-wine stains are a sign of Sturge-Weber syndrome or Kleppel-Trenaunay-Weber syndrome.

 

 

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

STORK BITE

Salmon Patches; Nevus Flammeus Nuchae; Nevus Flammeus; Angel Kisses

Common type of birthmark seen in newborn. They are small, pink, flat spot made up of small blood vessels that can be seen through the skin. It is most often temporary. Most stork bites on the face go away completely in about 18 months. Stork bites on the back of the neck usually do not go away.

 

TREATMENT:

  • INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

  • LASER

  • CRYOTHERAPY

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Clinical Studies

Treatment of superficial cutaneous vascular lesions: experience with the long-pulsed 1064 nm Nd:YAGlaser.

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Treatment of melasma and the use of intense pulsed light.

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Spiders on the skin: Spider angioma.

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Hemangioma: Clinical Characteristics and Efficacy of Treatment with the Long-Pulsed 1,064-nm 

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Treatment of infantile hemangioma with optimal pulse technology.

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Intense pulsed-light therapy for proliferative haemangiomas of infancy.

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Clinical Studies

Lasers for vascular lesions: standard guidelines of care.

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Laser use for cutaneous vascular alterations of cosmetic interest.

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A prospective study of the impact of laser treatment on vascular lesions.

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Laser therapy for vascular lesions.

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Treatment of Superficial Cutaneous Vascular Lesions.

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Treatment of lichen pilaris with a Nd:YAG laser.

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Long-pulsed 1064-nm Nd:YAG laser significantly improves keratosis pilaris.

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Keratosis pilaris atrophicans: treatment with intense pulsed light in patients.

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Clinical Studies

Comparative efficacy of intense pulsed light for different erythema associated with rosacea.

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Intense pulsed light for the treatment of rosacea and telangiectasias.

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Treatment of rosacea with intense pulsed light: significant improvement and long-lasting results.

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Effective treatment of rosacea using intense pulsed light systems.

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Treatment of facial telangiectasia with a small spot of intense pulsed light

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Facial teleangectasias: our experience in treatment with IPL.

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Intense pulsed light therapy in the management of hereditary benign telangiectasia.

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Nd:YAG 1064 nm laser in the treatment of facial and leg telangiectasias.

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Treatment of deep underlying varicosities veins by Nd:Yag laser and IPL source.

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1064 nm Nd:YAG long pulse laser  dramatically improves the result of leg vein treatment

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Long pulse Nd:YAG laser for treatment of leg veins in 40 patients with assessments at 6 and 12 months

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Clinical Studies

Long-term results with a multiple synchronized-pulse 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser for the treatment of leg venulectasias and reticular veins.

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Treatment of reticular leg veins with a 1064 nm long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser.

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Clinical and pathophysiologic correlates of 1064-nm Nd:Yag laser treatment of reticular veins and venulectasias

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1064-nm Nd:YAG lasers for the treatment of cherry angiomas

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Prospective study of intense pulsed light and Nd:YAG laser treatment for vascular lesions.

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Cryo-curettage of cherry angiomas

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Multiwavelength laser treatment of venous lakes.

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Long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser treatment of venous lakes: report of a series of 34 cases.

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Laser treatment of port-wine stains

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Treatment of port-wine stains with pulsed light source.

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Clinical analysis of port wine stains treated by intense pulsed light.

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Treatment of facial port-wine stains with intense pulsed light.

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Intense pulsed light with short- and long-pulsed dye lasers for the treatment of port-wine stains.

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Efficacy of a novel intense pulsed light system for the treatment of port wine stains

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Laser Treatment of Pediatric Vascular Lesions

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Role of laser therapy in pediatric patients.

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Clinical Studies

Angiokeratomas of Fabry successfully treated with intense pulsed light.

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A case of solitary angiokeratoma successfully treated with a 1064-nm long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser.

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Report of two angiokeratoma of Fordyce cases treated with a 1064 nm long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser

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Treatment of angiokeratoma of Fordyce with long-pulse neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet laser

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Pigmented lesions such as age spots or freckels can be successfully lightened or removed with Laser, Intense Pulsed Light or Cryotherapy.

 

All of these treatments are non-invasive, suitable for both the face and body and will result in a more even skin tone.

Laser and IPL- Laser works by sending strong bursts of light into the vascular system that makes it slowly fade and disappear. No insissions or needles are used. 

 

Freezing (cryotherapy)- involves applying liquid nitrogen to the spots to destroy the vascular lesions. The goal is to decrease cell growth and reproduction (cellurar metabolism), increase cellular survival, decrease inflammation, decrease pain and spasm, promote the constriciton of blood vessels. 

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