ABOUT Vein Treatments
When veins become visible, typically found on the forehead, nose, cheeks, eyelids, neck, and upper chest, are actually dilated blood vessels. Dilation of blood vessels are the result of weakened elastic fibers in the walls of the blood vessel, and are often associated with excessive sun exposure, normal aging, liver disease, genetics, radiation therapy, and trauma. Since visible veins are most frequently the result of sun damage, regular use of sunscreen may be able to prevent their appearance.
Treatment of Veins and cherry angiomas
Pearl MedSpas laser treatment is extremely effective for removing these veins. The laser removal system delivers pulses of light energy, causing the blood within the cherry angioma to coagulate. The cherry angiomas are then destroyed and later reabsorbed by your body. Blood flow is then redirected to veins deeper below your skin’s surface. If you have darker or tanned skin, you can still get outstanding results with the laser removal system in just a few quick treatments.
Pearl MedSpa considers each individual before determining the best course of treatment, whether it’s lasers or pulsed light therapy, to eliminate unwanted facial veins. Schedule a private consultation in our office to discuss your treatment plan.
What is a Cherry Angiomas? Red moles, or cherry angiomas, are common skin growths that can develop on most areas of your body. Because cherry angiomas are merely vein clusters.
Frequently Asked Questions
After laser vein treatments the vessels underneath the skin will gradually change from a light red color then eventually disappear.
Often patients will need 2 or more treatments to have sufficient results. The number of treatments will be determined by number of vessels, color and the size. During your consultation here at Pearl MedSpa, your expert laser tech will help determine your outcome and treatment plan.
Most patients will feel a pulse like sensation from the energy of the laser, it however it actually very mild. There is no need for and pain medication or topical anesthesia applied. Following the treatment pain is very minimal to nonexistent.