Vbeam For Rosacea, Chest Wrinkle, Vascular, Bruising, and Pigmented Lesions
The Most Advanced Pulsed Dye Laser Technology
Vbeam Perfecta is the gold standard and the world’s best selling pulsed-dye laser. Time and again it proves itself as the safe, easy-to-use tool for the treatment of vascular, pigmented and certain non-pigmented lesions with a low incidence of side effects. Each VBeam® Perfecta pulse is composed of 8 individual micro pulses. Energy within each pulse is distributed across these micro pulses – enabling selection of higher overall energies and effectively target individual telangiectasia with less downtime and purpura. Vbeam works using an integrated Dynamic Cooling Device (CDC) which emits a short spray of cryogen some milliseconds before each laser pulse. This minimizes the thermal effect on the top layers of the skin. In effect the Dynamic Cooling Device (CDC) minimizes thermal injury and pain without compromising the effectiveness of the laser treatments. DCD’s unique design provides excellent visibility throughout the entire process. DCD is operator technique independent – it will provide the same epidermal protection no matter how fast the laser is fired. Left image shows cooling cryogen and right image shows laser emitted The best news is that each session cost only ($250 – $300).
[one_fourth] • Skin Rejuvenation • Freckles • Acne • Angiomas [/one_fourth] [one_fourth] • Diffuse Redness • Sun Spots • Facial Veins • Hemangiomas [/one_fourth] [one_fourth] • Pigmentation • Rosacea • Leg Veins • Port Wine Stain • Pigmented Lesions • Scars and Stretch Marks [/one_fourth] [one_fourth_last] • Wrinkles • Warts • Poikiloderma of Civatte • Venous Lakes • Psoriasis • Benign Gynecological Vascular Lesions • Other Benign Cutaneous Vascular Lesions [/one_fourth_last] Vbeam Effective for Rosacea Vbeam for Abnormality on Lip (Venous Lake) as featured on The Doctors Vbeam Featured as New Fixes for Chest Wrinkles on Studio11 LA
Pulsed Dye Lasers deliver an intense but gentle burst of light into selectively targeted areas of the skin. The light is absorbed by specific blood vessels or melanin pigmented areas in the dermis depending on the condition being treated. Factors such as the age, color and type of lesions, as well as the location on the body, all determine whether lesions can be removed.