The VASCULAR LASER is used to treat the capillaries of the face and legs (telangiectasia, small veins) and major vascular lesions (birthmarks, rosacea, erythrosis).
It is a particular type of laser suitable to treat the capillaries and microvarici.
The ND-Yag laser can also treat capillaries of a certain size (1-3 mm in diameter) and is currently considered the laser system that can give the best results for spider veins of the lower limbs, and for those superficial ones of a blue reddish color.
The effect of heat concentrated on small blood vessels (capillaries) causes a collapse of the walls of the vessel and then its closure. As a result, the pink or red-blue marks fade or disappear. It is a vascular laser that has a high penetration through the skin. The capillary is closed by the laser, with a minimum skin damage.
Usually several sessions are required to clear all capillaries; the number depends on the clinical picture of each patient.
The ND YAG laser with a long wavelength is the one that gives the best results in the treatment of the legs capillaries.
It is absolutely important to avoid sun exposure and tanning sunbeds in the weeks previous to the treatment, as long as drugs known for their photosensitizing effects.
Apply an antibiotic / healing ointment for a few days on the treated surface. Sunscreens are essential every morning before exposing the treated area to sunlight to prevent hyperpigmentation.
This is an ablative laser used to remove different benign skin tumors with minimal scar outcome and for the treatment of face resurfacing.
It vaporizes the epidermis and part of the dermis: because the tissue vaporisation is very shallow, to a complete removal of a lesion (such as a seborrheic keratosis) more steps are needed. This allows a greater precision in the removal, with reduced risk of scarring and minimal thermal damage to surrounding tissues.
The main skin growths where is indicated the use of Erbium lasers are: seborrheic keratoses, the xanthelasma, the epidermal and dermal nevi, flat warts and blemishes. After healing, the skin remains reddened for a variable period, usually for a few days; during this time you must make use of make-up, total sun screen and avoid as much as possible sun exposure.
It 's very important not to scratch the present because of the risk of a poor cicatrisation process and consequently permanent scars.