Lasers and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) devices are beneficial tools in the treatment of many vascular conditions
High demand procedures such as leg veins, spider veins, vascular lesions, port wine stains, telangiectasias and hemangiomas remain a constant demand of aesthetic practices, and as byproduct of the natural aging process, they will continue to be in demand.
Quanta Vascular Lasers can be useful complements to more invasive surgical procedures like EVLT and sclerotherapy, especially in treating leg veins too small for needles. They are also useful as first-line treatments for facial veins that are either blue or red in color and often found around the nose, for small veins elsewhere on the body, and for other vascular issues.
The energy from a long pulse Nd:YAG 1064 nm or 532 nm wavelength found in many Quanta devices will cause the blood in the vein to coagulate, which helps destroy the vein. Once the vein collapses, the body absorbs it and blood is redirected through other veins.
|Treatment Type||Laser Vein Treatments|
|Treatment Problem or Condition||Spider Veins|
|Skin Type||Rosacea-Prone Skin|
Multiple treatments may be required for best results.