Has anyone tried vbeam laser for rosacea treatment? Is it effective? How soon? What was healing like? Did you need more than one session?
Is Vbeam a Good Laser Treatment for Rosacea?
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V Beam and Others for Rosacea
Vbeam is THE treatment for correcting the redness and thread veins
Identify the triggers and minimise the exposure.
Sun protection is very important as is good skincare to manage oiliness and encourage exfoliation.
None of the above effectively reduces the prominence of thread veins and redness.
Yes, you do need to have more than one VBeam treatment. In general, most people need upwards of three sessions to improve to the point of satisfaction.
Typically, improvement in flushing is noticed first (after 1-2 treatments for some). Depending on the size and nature of the thread veins, these can be rather stubborn. Nevertheless, I'd suggest non-bruising treatments for cosmetic reason.
Generally, the post treatment redness lasts for 24 hours. Some folks do develop swelling which can persist for several days. These signs are usually mild; down time with VBeam is really quite minimal.
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Vbeam is a great laser for Rosacea
V Beam Lasers (595 nm long pulse dye laser) for Rosacea - Buffalo Niagara, NY
The V Beam by Candela is a 595 nm pulse dye laser that is utilized for venous lakes, the purplish reticular veins on the face as well as rosacea.
There are subtypes of rosacea and the 595 nm long pulse dye lasers are recommended for the treatment of telangiectasias and rhinophyma.
Depends on the subtype of rosacea
Papular, and pustular rosacea can also respond to this treatment.
Rhinophyma rosacea is entirely different, and responds best to C02 laser.
Hope that helps
Dr Davin S Lim
Redness associated with Rosacea or sundamage can be helped by the Vbeam Laser
There is a little redness right afterwards but no down time essentially. You can go about your normal day and evening. You might wakeup the next morning with a little puffiness under the eyes if the cheeks were treated but that resolves pretty quickly after getting up and going. Although you can get bruising, the settings I use are adjusted to treat with non-purpuric, non bruising settings.
Many patients have a maintenance treatment once or twice a year to treat new blood vessels that are forming.
Love the V-beam for Rosacea redness
Love the V-beam for Rosacea redness – I don’t know of anything else like it. Patients notice results within 2 weeks. Depending on degree of redness, you may require anywhere from 1-3 sessions. And, yes, eventually that redness will return over the next 2 years, as new superficial blood vessels gradually take the place of the ones we’ve treated. But there’s no laser that better targets hemoglobin for marked improvement.
V-Beam is the ideal treatment for rosacea
The V-Beam, or V-beam perfecta (the latest version of the V-beam) is the gold standard for rosacea. Treatment with the V-beam laser can be life changing for many people. The V-Beam laser targets redness in the skin. It treats flushing and can eliminate spider veins.
Find a medical office with a physician owned and operated laser center that performs many, many laser services. Expertise is required to get the best results. Find a practice experienced with the V-Beam
Yes, Vbeam is a great treatment for Rosacea!
The Vbeam laser treats redness of the face and neck, rosacea, facial veins, scars, angiomas, protwine stains, hemangiomas, venus lakes, and stretch marks that are red in color. The Vbeam produces an intense but harmless burst of light into selectively targeted areas of the skin without damaging the surrounding tissue. Specific blood vessels in the dermis absorb the light. Most patients describe the treatment like a warm rubber band snap. Some patients experience redness or mild swelling in the treated area, which can last for a few days. A series of 3-6 treatments are required depending on the condition.
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