Removal of red blood vessels
Enlarged blood vessels on the face, legs and anywhere else on the body can be successfully removed using the high-performance vascular laser V-Beam, Candela. This method consists in the laser beam's targeted reaction with haemoglobin, which produces heat and causes the death of unwanted blood vessels.
In such a way it is possible to remove up to 2 mm thick blood vessels. Likewise, this treatment is suitable for congenital flat vascular spots (stork bites), small vascular tumours, red scars and stretch marks (striae). An essential part of the procedure is the subsequent treatment of the skin based on doctor's recommendation and consistent protection against solar UV radiation.
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