Treatment for Vascular Lesions

Vascular Lesions

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Treat a myriad of vascular lesions

From birthmarks to spider veins. Vascular lesions can take many forms all over the body — from cherry angiomas and port wine stains to spider veins and birthmarks.

 Vascular lesions rarely go away on their own, which is why many patients seek safe, professional treatment options. Port wine stains often occur at birth, while cherry angiomas and spider veins appear later on in life.

All are vascular anomalies and can appear anywhere on the body, particularly on the neck, upper trunk, arms, and legs. They are benign, but are often the cause for feelings of self-consciousness.


Birthmarks, Lesions, & Malformations


Complications to Circulatory System & Vessels

Recommended Treatments


ClearV effectively and safely treats visible vessels, broken capillaries, spider veins, vascular lesions and skin discolouration over time.

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Before & After

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Six months post 8 tx

Courtesy of John Cooksey, MD

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2 months post 1 tx

Courtesy of Peter Castilo, MD

The Science

Gentle heat delivering permanent results. Splotches of red, purple, and maroon can have devastating effects on patient confidence and self-image and can even get bigger over time.

And while rosacea can flare up and subside over time, the most effective way to treat rosacea is to eliminate these unnecessary blood vessels entirely. Professional laser treatments deliver laser energy to gently heat and eliminate these vascular lesions from the upper layers of your skin’s surface, becoming less noticeable with each treatment.

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Physicians across the country trust Sciton technology to treat patients with vascular lesions. Find a treatment provider near you and take the first step to clear skin, sooner.

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