Hi could you please advice me a new laser treatment to remove my red broken capillaries around my nose and my rosacea on my cheeks permanently ? i've been told that new EXCEL V by CUTERA is really good! is it TRUE? also can i do this during fraxel treatment or i should wait till the fraxel sessions are complete?my skin right now it has even more redness,just cause of the fraxel! thanks
Which is the BEST New LASER to Remove BROKEN CAPILLARIES and ROSACEA on the Cheeks/nose? Can I Do CUTERA EXCEL V?
Doctor Answers 3
Cutera Rosacea Red face
In Rosacea, we use the Cutera Nd:Yag for physical vessels that track along the surface of the skin. The Limelight IPL works for diffuse redness. Topical creams such as Finacea may also be helpful. Rosacea is an ongoing problem and you will need multiple treatments to get the redness under control. Then on a yearly basis, 1 or 2 treatments may be necessary to keep it under control. Fraxel sessions are not specific for Rosacea.
RE: Best Laser For Broken Capillaries and Rosacea
The best laser to get rid of unwanted blood vessels on the face would be the Vbeam.
Every laser system relies on a specific wavelength to perform a specific function.
The Vbeam uses the 595nm wavelength, which is specialized for small blood vessels. In order to see great results, the laser energy needs to be absorbed by a particular target.
The 595nm will be absorbed in an excellent fashion by oxygenated hemoglobin. It will proceed to destroy the walls of the blood vessels. The body then breaks down this tissue and carries it away from your skin’s surface so that they are no longer visible.
Here is a patient who underwent a Vbeam treatment for chest Rosacea
Laser for Broken Capillaries and Rosacea
For Rosacea or general redness, you should look for the Cynosure V-star or Candela V-Beam. These are 585 nanometer wavelength.
The Fraxel will be useless for facial veins and redness. As you have stated, it will often make them worse. The EXCEL V by CUTERA will likely work well as it has the 532 and 1064 wavelengths.
You might also like...
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.