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Vascular Laser treatments Philadelphia
Effective laser removal of vascular networks in Philadelphia. The venous network, the appearance of uncharacteristic "stars", geangiomas are skin problems of the face, familiar to many people, regardless of age. Functional failures in the system of the subcutaneous vessels of the facial part are not only a cosmetic defect accompanied by psychological problems.
Capillary mesh in the cheeks, wings of the nose, etc. indicates a weakening of the walls of blood vessels, which is a signal for a comprehensive examination by a phlebologist / dermatologist.
Thanks to such a medical procedure as laser removal of blood vessels, getting rid of many venous diseases and external cosmetic skin defects has become more accessible, and even practically painless.
The use of revolutionary laser techniques has found wide application in domestic medical cosmetology. With the help of a beam of a certain strength, doctors effectively eliminate such vascular and pigmented skin lesions as:
- venous "stars".
- The principle of laser vascular removal is based on the technology of photothermolysis selection. The laser beam absorbed by red blood cells contributes to:
- desolation of the pathological vessel.
Laser devices of the latest generation allow for the treatment of rosacea with maximum precision of action on the area, as a result of which there are completely no effects typical for other manipulations that destruct the skin, for example:
- cicatricial formations, etc.
Laser removal of blood vessels on the face - innovative technologies of the Enigma Medi Spa & Laser Center, Philadelphia.
Udalenie-sosudov-lazerom Removal of spider veins on the face using innovative laser techniques is an opportunity to return the tissues to their natural functionality without the use of a scalpel. Due to the effectiveness and painlessness of the procedure, a large area of vascular skin lesions can be treated in a short time.
In the case of laser therapy for non-malignant pigmented lesions, the pigment is transformed into microscopic granules in the upper layers of the epidermis, after which it is removed within a week during natural exfoliation.