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There are a few possibilities as to why your tattoo had an inflammatory response after treatment. The laser energy used may have been inappropriate... READ MORE
Facial telangiectasia aren't really "broken" but are small active veins that your body grows for unknown reasons but doesn't need. In most cases the... READ MORE
We see and treat these types of veins quite frequently. After a careful evaluation by an experienced practitioner or physician, the veins under your... READ MORE
You are a good candidate for either a topical vascular laser for the larger veins (I use the Dornier FlexiPulse in my practice), or Intense pulsed... READ MORE
These are normal veins and because of your fair skin they do show. I would not recommend treating these veins for cosmetic reasons. However, if you... READ MORE
What is the best or most effective way to treat varicose veins? I am thinking about having the close catheter method done.
I'm not sure which procedure ("closed" catheter) you are referring to. However the standard of care is now endovenous ablation (a catheter is... READ MORE
It is near impossible to be certain without seeing you in person. Based on the picture the shadow appears to be consistent with residual ink. It does... READ MORE
Asclera comes in a single use glass vial, and must be used immediately after opening. The un-used product remaining in the vial cannot be saved for... READ MORE
Before and After Photos by Dr. Bein
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