How Much Would It Cost to Have One Broken Blood Vessel Removed with Laser?
- Asked by kaitlyn58 in Buffalo NY
- 2 years ago
I live In Buffalo NY if that helps. ( not a major city such as Los Angeles).
Broken Blood Vessels on Face
The cost at my clinic is $150 for an individual broken blood vessel per treatment with the Sciton BBL. These often take several treatments to resolve so the final cost may be on the order of 300-450.
Jacque P. LeBeau, MD
Broken blood vessel might not need laser
If you only have one facial vessel you might consider having your dermatologist use electrocautery. This usually is less expensive than laser and takes a few seconds.
Capillary blood vessel treatment with the V-beam laser
Blood vessel treatment for the face with V-beam laser may require several monthly sessions. Each treatment may leave you with more redness for a few days or may actually cause a bruise that can last a few days to two weeks. Makeup may be applied immediately after treatment to hide the coloration. Some times the vessel needs one pass and other times it needs several passes or even stacked pulses per area. If it is only one vessel, the starting cost could be as little as $150 to $250 depending on the complexity per treatment in my NYC practice.
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Fees for broken blood vessel
At The Sullivan Centre in Columbus, Ohio, the fee for this treatment is $250.00. The fee will vary based on geographical area.
Laser treatment for broken blood vessel
The fee for treating broken blood vessels with laser at our clinic is $200 to $300 per treatment. Often you may require 2 or more treatments.
Laser one broken blood vessel
Our minimum charge for a small area of broken blood vessel or angioma is $175. Often for broken blood vessels or capillaries 2 treatments are needed for best removal - angiomas often respond with one treatment.
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