April 17, 2017

Vascular Laser Treatment

Vascular Lesions is a very broad term for a wide variety of different skin conditions but the one common factor is redness. Many vascular lesions are evident from birth but some develop as we age due to systemic reasons or lifestyle choices. Some of the lesions we develop on our faces and bodies include:

  • Telangiectasias - which look like red spider veins and are common on the cheeks and around the nose
  • Cherry hemangiomas - which look like small red pimples
  • Rosacea - a chronic skin condition that includes flushing and redness

The Vascular laser successfully uses BBL light to target reds in the skin and treat a wide variety of vascular lesions including superficial vascular malformations (port-wine stains), facial telangiestasias, spider veins and rosacea.

Vascular Laser Treatments in Vancouver, BC

Fiore Skin Clinic is located in Vancouver, BC where we have of a team of experts that specialize in Vascular Laser treatments. We have a highly effective laser that strictly targets the "red spots" and is highly tunable based on your needs and tolerable downtime. Allow our team of specialist to begin the journey of transforming your skin.

How does we treat Vascular Laser work?

Laser or light energy is selectively absorbed by the oxyhemoglobin resulting in heating of the blood vessels. With the correct wavelengths and fluence which is determined by your medical aesthetician, the vascular lesions will be heated to above 70 degrees celsius. At that temperature, blood vessels will break down and shrink which leads to a reduction of the vascular lesion and a lessened or removed appearance of the redness from your complexion.

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We want to help you treat the visible signs of your vascular condition so that you can achieve the clear skin you have always dreamed about. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards loving your skin.

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Tell us what you’re interested in and we’ll introduce you to your dedicated Patient Care Manager who will be reaching out for a pre-assessment call⁠.