“LASER” means light amplification with stimulated radiation emissions.
The vascular laser selectively targets blood vessels that become undesirable or abnormally visible on the skin, while minimizing the damage around the vessel. Thanks to the great progress made in laser technology in the past 20 years, many skin conditions can be treated easily and painlessly. Laser capillary treatment with state-of-the-art devices is very safe and effective when applied by professionally trained personnel. Multiple treatments are often required to achieve the best results in laser treatment.
Vascular Laser Types
Vascular laser technology has made significant progress over the past few decades. Spider veins rose disease, capillaries in the leg, blue and red capillaries on the face, wrinkles, and spots on the face are treated with vascular laser.
Many different types of lasers and combinations can be used to treat many skin conditions, including vascular lesions. The most common of these is the Nd Oil laser. Nd Fat laser capillary treatment creates visible results.
What conditions can be treated with vascular laser?
Vascular lasers can be used to treat the following conditions:
Port-wine stain birthmarks
Redness in the face and neck
Some fractured leg veins
Capillaries that expand on the face and in other parts of the body, especially the legs, become visible on the surface of the skin. These problems, called vascular dilation or cracking, are treated with vascular lasers and the person gets rid of the uncomfortable image. Laser capillary fracture treatment on the face is applied painlessly and the person can move on with his life after treatment.
What is included in vascular laser treatment?
A competent laser practitioner in the field will evaluate your condition and your suitability for vascular laser treatment. To achieve the best results, you will evaluate whether you have recently undergone an operation, your allergy to any drug, and other possible complications together with the expert team. All these measures are important for your health. It may also be recommended to stop using any blood thinners (such as aspirin) or supplements (such as fish oil) for 1-2 weeks before vascular expansion laser treatment to minimize the risk of bruising. Anesthetic creams can be used to reduce discomfort in the area before treatment.
During treatment, both you and your laser practitioner will wear protective goggles. Laser parameters will be adjusted according to your condition, skin type, and other individual factors. Many lasers emit a bright light during treatment and give your skin a feeling of a hot elastic band. This feeling is temporary and does not give your skin an intense sensation of pain.
Ice packs can be given to cool the area after laser vein burning to reduce swelling and discomfort. As with any laser application, it is extremely important to avoid exposing the skin to the sun later. It may be advisable to avoid physical activities such as strong exercise, which can cause blood vessels to dilate. Porto wine stains found in children over 6 months are treated under general anesthesia by a specialist dermatologist in a hospital.
Is Laser Capillary Treatment Safe?
Vascular lasers are safe when used by experienced and professionally trained personnel. Laser vascular treatment has also been used to treat Porto wine stain birthmarks in infants and children since the 1980s. The fact that there is an application area in people of all ages and that their harms are almost nonexistent makes laser capillary treatment preferable. Also, laser capillary treatment is not associated with an increased risk of cancer in the long term.
What are the Potential Side Effects of Vascular Lasers?
Possible side effects may vary depending on the type of laser used during laser treatment of vascular cracking. Common side effects are usually temporary, and these temporary side effects include:
Rare side effects include:
Excessive opening of skin color
Abnormal darkening of skin color
Itching and excessive redness
Risks can be minimized by using cooling devices during capillary treatment. When the skin is densely tanned, it is best to avoid laser capillary treatment, since this treatment increases the likelihood of color changes in the skin. You must follow your practitioner’s instructions before and after treatment. It is recommended to use creams with high SPF to prevent the formation of unwanted stains after laser applied especially in a sensitive area such as the face.
After laser treatment of capillary fracture on the face, you will have younger and healthier skin. The appearance of cracked capillaries of blue and red color in your nose, chin, and neck area is lightened and you get a smooth face.
In which cases is laser capillary treatment not suitable?
Capillary laser treatment may not be appropriate under these circumstances:
Pregnant women and nursing mothers
An untreated active infection
Taking a drug called isotretinoin in the last 6 months
Use of a drug that increases sensitivity to light
CAUTION: Everyone’s body structure varies. Therefore, the treatment process, planning and results of everyone differ. Below are the average values of the information noted. For more information please contact us via WhatsApp: +90 538 266 66 97
How Many Sessions: 2-3
Duration of Procedure: 20 minutes
Anesthesia: Local Anesthesia
Downtime: 1-2 Days
Back to Work: Now
Full Recovery Time: 7-10 Days
Permanence of Results: Permanent
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