Vascular Lesions


Fade Out Flaws – Target Vascular Lesions with Precision!

Achieve clear, flawless skin with our state-of-the-art Vascular Lesion treatment at ABA Aesthetics in Rockwall, TX. Utilizing advanced Fotona laser technology, this treatment is specifically designed to target and reduce the appearance of vascular lesions such as spider veins, port wine stains, and rosacea on the face. The laser emits highly focused light energy that is absorbed by the blood vessels, causing them to heat up and collapse without harming the surrounding skin. This process not only diminishes the visibility of the lesions but also promotes a smoother, more uniform complexion.

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ANY Questions?

What are vascular lesions and how can lasers treat them?

Vascular lesions are abnormal blood vessels located directly under the skin's surface. These can range from small spider veins to large port wine stains. Laser treatments target these vessels with intense light energy, causing them to heat and disintegrate while sparing the surrounding tissues.

Is the Fotona laser treatment for vascular lesions painful?

The sensation is often described as a quick snap of a rubber band against the skin. Most patients find it quite tolerable, and cooling methods are often used to enhance comfort.

How many laser sessions are needed to treat vascular lesions?

The number of sessions required varies based on the size, depth, and color of the lesion. Typically, patients see significant improvements within 2-6 treatments.

What should I expect after a laser treatment session?

After treatment, the area may appear red or slightly swollen for a few hours. Most patients can resume their normal activities immediately. Sun protection is recommended to protect the treated areas.

Are there any side effects associated with laser treatment for vascular lesions?

Side effects are generally mild and may include temporary redness, swelling, or bruising. Rarely, changes in skin pigment or blistering may occur, which resolve with proper care.

How effective is laser treatment in removing vascular lesions?

Laser treatment is highly effective for many patients, resulting in significant reduction or complete disappearance of the lesions. The results depend on the type of lesion and individual skin characteristics.

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