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Laser Vascular & Pigmented Lesions Removal

Laser Vascular and Pigmented Lesions Removal

This therapy targets and applies light to the affected areas, which coagulates the blood vessel and breaks the pigmented lesion into tiny particles; these then disappear or rise to the surface of the skin as scabs, which are naturally exfoliated within one to two weeks.
The dual VP heandpiece emits 2 ranges of wavelengths: 535-680 nm and 860-1200nm

Indication

  • Skin type 1-5
  • Telangectasia
  • Erythema
  • Rosacea and couperouse
  • Broken capillaries
  • Poilikoderma
  • Spider veins

Benefits

  • Results are achieved efficiently in 3-6 treatment sessions
  • There is no down time
  • Treatments are non-invasive, safe and relatively painless options.
  • Treatments are highly effective, completely eliminating the lesions and restoring a fresher, clearer skin texture.
  • The pulsed light technology is an effective and safe alternative to other treatments that often come with adverse side effects.

Laser Light Properties:  

  • Monochromatic – Single wavelength radiation
  • Rational – light ray waves in phase
  • Compiled – light rays travel parallel 

Laser lights focus on small spots with extremely high energy. Vascular skin lesions on face contain hemoglobin, which penetrates visible light, whereas pigmented skin lesions on face contain melanin which has a wide variety of penetration in the visible wavebands.

The goal is to demolish the target cells and not to harm the nearby tissues. Small pulses lessen the quantity that the damaged cells heat, thus lessening thermal damage that can result in blemishes. Automatic scanners aim to lessen the chance of overlying treated areas.

What Kind Of Skin Conditions Can Be Treated Via Lasers?

  1. Vascular facial lesions on skin: Lasers have been successfully used to treat an array of vascular facial lesions on the skin including external vascular defects, haemangiomas, and facial telangiectases. Lasers that use to treat these conditions include krypton, argon, cooper bromide, and pulsed laser dyes causing a high level of nonparticular thermal damage and blemishing and is now widely removed by the CW – yellow light and laser pulsed treatments. 

The dye pulsed laser is the laser of choice for most vascular facial lesions on skin because of its amazing clinical efficiency and low damage outline. It has a huge spot size of 5 to 10mm enabling huge lesions to be quickly treated. Downtime and side effects include bruising that might last up to 2 weeks. Blemishing and peeling are hardly seen.

  1. Pigmented tattoos & skin lesions: High energy, particular melanin, QS laser structures can remove or lighten a range of pigmented lesions! Pigmented lesions that can be treated include birthmarks & freckles. The small laser pulse structures efficiently treat lesions by detaining their energy to the melanosomes, which are the small dots containing melanin in the pigmented cells.

The outcomes of the laser procedure depend on the deepness of the melanin and the lesion color. The particularly placed pigment is finest treated with smaller wavelength lasers while removing deep pigment needs long-wavelength lasers that absorb to greater cell depths. Care is required with laser treatment in the color of the skin. Successfully treated lesions may reappear

The QS-laser system can remove the tattoo pigment without causing harm to the nearby skin. The customized pigment is detached from the skin by foraging white blood cells. The option of laser relies on the depth, color, and chemical nature of the ink of the tattoo. 3 – 10 treatments are frequently important. Orange, green, and yellow are the hardest colors to remove.

  1. Hair removal: Lasers can remove extreme hair due to hypertrichosis. Laser treatments remove rough and dark hairs quickly, and it might take six months before growth is obvious. Few treatments are needed with the spacing among treatments relies on the body area being treated. Laser treatments are less hurtful and much quicker. Problems are rare but burns, pigment changes, and even blemishing may cause. Increasing growth of dark hair in untreated areas close to the treated ones has been noticed.
  2. Facial scars, wrinkles, and sunburn skin: Facial skin lesions use high energy and scanned lasers. Pulsed carbon dioxide can successfully lessen and remove facial scars, acne, wrinkles, and sun-burn skin. Side effects of this treatment include tenderness, inflammation, redness, and blemishes. The redness lasts few weeks, while fresh skin grows over the area where the dry skin has been removed by the laser treatments. Extreme care is required when treating dark skin people as an enduring loss, or uneven pigmentation might occur long-lasting.
  3. Keloids scars: Keloids scars are tough to remove and customary treatments are not successful always. Vaporizing is a useful alternative. More lately, PDL has been used to boost. This might need numerous treatment sessions or the concurrent use of intraregional injections to gain fine results. PDL has been reported to lessen the redness also boosting the texture and suppleness of the blemish. 

Laser Safety:

 Safety measures will depend on which laser is used and in what setting it is applied. They must include:

  • Deep training of workers
  • Patient & clinic staff eye protection
  • Warning notice outside the treatment room
  • Use of non-reflective tools
  • Evasion of inflammable materials

Krasota being a certified professional offers the best laser services. Call now to book an appointment.

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