Vascular Irregularities

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What is a vascular irregularity?

Vascular skin problems are often caused by issues with the vascular, or circulatory, system. The skin, also called the dermis, is one of the largest organs in the human body, and it is laced with capillaries that transport nutrients and oxygen in the blood. Some of the more common vascular irregularities that we treat are Rosacea and Angiomas (sometimes called spider veins) 

What is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a fairly common vascular abnormality that tends to most frequently afflict people with fair skin and blue eyes. While the exact cause is not currently defined, the resulting blush of the skin is caused by prominent blood vessels found near the surface of the skin and most common on the face. 

Why is the Dye-V Laser the the technology of choice for treating vascular lesions?

Spider Veins, Rosacea, facial flushing, and vascular imperfections just underneath the surface of the skin can all be treated with the Dye-VL Laser. The Dye-VL utilizes a narrowband (500-600nm) wavelength that allows the precision required to target only the melanin in the lesion or blood vessel.

So...In layman's terms?

This laser gives the perfect amount of energy to achieve superior results and get rid of the red.

Innovative Women's Health recommends: 

2-3 treatments recommended, depending on the size and severity.  Come see the difference!