Hi, I am in search for the least invasive and an optimum solution to remove a 4mm benign Angioma (diagnosed by a medical dermatologist four years ago) on the right hand side of my nose. The site below mentions that "Blue vessels are generally unsuitable for light or laser treatment, " and Sclerotherapy for the blue Angiomas. Thanks in advance for your expert's opinions and advice.
Can Sclerotherapy treat a blue Angioma on nose?
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Sclerotherapy vs. PDL for an angioma
Sclerotherapy may not be the best option. I would suggest pulsed dye laser to remove the angioma.
The best treatment for a nose angioma would be a topical laser. I use the dornier 940 diode.
Thank you for your question. Angiomas can be treated with a pulse dye laser, such as the Vbeam. If the vessels are very deep and blue than the the Nd YAG 1064 or Alexandrite laser can be used. I would recommend you make an appointment with a board certified dermatologist who specializing in laser treatments for an evaluation and treatment protocol.
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