Vascular Lesion Treatment
What are the most common types of vascular lesions?
Spider veins, enlarged leg veins, varicose veins are highly common throughout the population. A lesser common but very visible symptom is port wine stain, especially when it appears on the face. Among other classifications are different types of vascular malformations: Capillary, Venous, Lymphatic and Arterial. Among children, the most common vascular lesion type are Hemangiomas. These are benign tumors which appear shortly after birth as pinkish-red spots which grow over time and throughout adulthood.
How does our vascular lesion treatment work?
Vascular lesions treatments offer effective, non-invasive solutions that close these veins and reduce or eliminate their appearance. The treatment utilizes a combination of IPL and precise laser wavelengths that target only the malformed blood vessel beneath the skin and stop the blood supply to it. The result is smooth, spotless, clear skin and renewed confidence.
The treatments are safe and effective for all skin types and provide reliable, long term results.
Laser Tattoo Removal
Have you decided to remove a tattoo? Unwanted dark and multi-colored tattoos can be safely and effectively eliminated with Alma’s variety of tattoo removal treatments. These are clinically proven laser treatments which use a various laser wavelengths that target different ink colors. High-intensity light beams create a shock wave that breaks up the ink particles in the tattoo. The result after a number of sessions reveals clear, ink-free skin with minimal risk of scarring or hypo-pigmentation.
Successful multi-color tattoo removal requires a high powered laser that can deliver enough energy within the absorption spectrum of a wide range of colors. Our high power laser is ideal for treating darker ink colors (black, blue and green), with a separate tip for treating brighter ink colors (red, orange and yellow). The treatment mechanically breaks down ink particles without causing thermal damage. In time, the body’s lymphatic system disposes of the ink fragments. This natural healing process causes the tattoo to fade.
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