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VASCULAR PROBLEMS

There are many different types of vascular lesions including thread veins, spider naevi, rosacea and angiomas. Many of these can be either completely removed or significantly improved using the Fotona laser with dramatic results.

They occur when the small capillaries in your skin become dilated and can give the appearance of red spots, or sometimes larger lesions. They can also spread out like thread veins or spider veins.

Vascular lesions can be present from birth or develop with age, all of these can be addressed with laser treatment with excellent results.

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Thread Veins

Thread veins occur when the small capillaries in your skin become dilated and can give the appearance of red spots or broken vessels. They can also spread along the capillaries/small veins and leave what are commonly called out like thread veins or spider veins.

 

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Skin Redness

Skin redness has a number of causative factors. The redness can be permanent or come on with certain stimulants e.g. temperature change, alcohol or certain foods. For some it just varies with no apparent trigger. No matter what the causative factor this can be treated with the Fotona laser therapy. Dr Phillips has over the years tailored treatments to significantly improve her patient’s redness, giving them a new found confidence in their skin.

 

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Broken Veins

Broken veins occur when the small capillaries in your skin become dilated and appear on the skin as small red/blue/purple lines. Some are more red than others some more on the blue side – all of these can be treated with laser therapy.

 

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Port Wine Stain

Vascular birthmarks (often red, purple or pink) caused by abnormal blood vessels in or under the skin e.g. Port wine stains, strawberry naevus, haemangiomas and more. Vascular birthmarks often occur in the head and neck area, mainly on the face. If surface blood vessels are affected, a vascular birthmark will appear red, purple or pink. If the affected vessels are deep, the birthmark will appear blue.

 

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Strawberry Birth Mark

Vascular birthmarks (often red, purple or pink) caused by abnormal blood vessels in or under the skin e.g. Port wine stains, strawberry naevus, haemangiomas and more. Vascular birthmarks often occur in the head and neck area, mainly on the face. If surface blood vessels are affected, a vascular birthmark will appear red, purple or pink. If the affected vessels are deep, the birthmark will appear blue.

 

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