The new generation of Nd: YAG lasers show how short the path to perfect, smooth, healthy skin can be without angiomas, spider veins, or capillary networks. Removal of any vascular formations on the body or on the face is now carried out at a new and perfect level of effectiveness and safety.

The procedure for laser veins removal is quick and painless. The laser acts selectively without damaging adjacent areas of the skin. The laser create heat inside the blood vessels, which closes the vein’s walls, eventually causing the vein to disappear. The laser is very precise and only impacts the selected blood vessel and none of the surrounding skin.


Concerned about persistent redness on the face?

The couperose, also called Rosacea, is a dermatological condition of the face. It is manifested by marked redness, and sometimes by the bursting of certain blood vessels of the skin.
Rosacea is a chronic skin disease that affects many people and carries with it a psychoemotional disorder and skin discomfort.
One of the most common symptoms of this pathology is couperosis. This is one of the forms of capillaropathy that occurs due to an increase in the diameter of blood vessels and an increase in the permeability of the vascular wall. An advanced form of couperosis often provokes the development of rosacea, which is characterized by vascular damage. The most common sites for symptoms are the cheeks, nose, chin and forehead.
Rarely, rosacea can present as thickened, swollen, and bumpy skin on the nose called rhinophyma. Rhynophyma develops when the oil-producing glands and surrounding connective tissues become enlarged. Rhinophyma develops in some men who have rosacea, and very rarely in women with rosacea.
In addition to a genetic predisposition, many factors are involved in the development of the disease. Vascular instability, hormonal, immune disorders, parasitic tick disease Demodex folliculorum, Helicobacter pylory infection. Chemical and physical factors, even stress can affect the disease.

Cherry Angioma

Cherry angioma is a characteristic benign vascular neoplasia that occurs in almost all people over 30 years of age. At the initial stage of development, smaller foci have a cherry or ruby ​​color, and deeper ones - maroon or purple. Most of the foci are found on the body, but can be located on the head, neck and extremities. The number of foci can vary from single to several hundred.

Our Cherry Angioma Procedure:

  • Nd: Yag Laser
  • IPL PhotoRejuvenation
  • Electrolysis
Cherry angioma is a small but very obvious cosmetic defect. In our practice, this is a very frequent procedure that is solved very quickly and almost uselessly with the help of electrocoagulation and laser therapy.