Removing capillaries and veins on the face and legs

Laser procedures are now a routine procedure for the removal of various types of vascular lesions, including haemangiomas, vascular malformations such as birthmarks, telangiectasias, phlebectasias and angiomas.

The perfect solution for vascular stenosis
long-pulsed lasers Nd:YAG offer the ideal solution for the treatment of vascular lesions. Fotona long-pulse Nd:YAG laser penetrates 5 or 6 mm deep into the skin, allowing highly effective procedures. An independent study showed that more than 75% of patients with deep haemangiomas experienced remarkable lesion regression after the Nd:YAG laser procedure.
Fotona offers a wide range of long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser systems, such as the XP Dynamis, which are excellent for treating vascular lesions.

Safe, effective and minimally invasive
The target chromophore in vascular lesions is intravascular oxyhaemoglobin, which is why thermal lesions are mostly limited to cutaneous blood vessels. The energy from the laser is absorbed by the blood vessels, converted into heat and subsequently closed. This procedure is completely safe, as the superficial dilated veins that we want to get rid of are functionally irrelevant; the deeper veins, which are important, remain unaffected.