Vascular lesions come in various forms, including birthmarks, and can be treated using different techniques. If you are bothered by vascular lesions on your skin, seeking appropriate treatment can help you achieve flawless skin. Read on to learn more about the different types of vascular lesions and available treatment options.
A considerable number of babies are born with skin malformations, including vascular lesions and birthmarks. There are two types of vascular lesions, namely vascular malformations and hemangiomas.
Hemangiomas are typically benign and pose little to no risk. Treatment may not be necessary; however, removal of hemangiomas can be considered for cosmetic reasons or if they are located in a problematic area of the body, causing complications, impairing function, or changing shape.
Various types of vascular lesions can be effectively treated using our laser treatment with the Smartrion machine. Advanced laser machines are used for this skin treatment, and the risk of side effects is minimal. Smartrion laser treatments are known for being safe, quick, and effective.
Both laser and intense pulsed light therapy can be used to treat different types of vascular lesions. The mechanism of action is straightforward: the laser emits light that is absorbed by intravascular oxyhemoglobin, causing the blood vessels in the lesion to heat up and coagulate.
The laser treatment for vascular lesions offered at the Drypskin is known to be safe and free of harmful side effects or complications. If you are dealing with any type of vascular lesion, considering this treatment may be a viable option, with reasonable costs involved. However, it's important to note that the results of the treatment may vary depending on factors such as skin color, patient age, lesion condition, and type of light source used.
One of the notable advantages of this laser treatment is its suitability for different skin colors and types. The laser targets only the problematic skin cells, leaving the healthy cells unaffected, which is a key feature of this treatment.
The type of treatment needed for your Vascular lesions will be based on the severity of the skin concern.
There is no downtime for these treatments. Precautions must be taken when in the sun.
That depends on how severe your vascular lesion is. 2-3 sessions are usually needed to see desired results.