Vascular dilations

Vasucular dilations (telangiectasias) refer to abnormally widened or aesthetic and/or cosmetically unappealing, relatively small blood vessels in the uppermost layers of the skin.

Starburst angioma are mostly encountered on selective points in the facial area. These concern small blood vessel budlets with very fine branches (‘spider nevi’).

Telangiectasias are most frequently found on the cheeks, the sides of the nose, as well as the forehead, chin and the chest region.

Couperoses refer to thick and/or numerous networks of blood vessels which are accentuated in the cheek area.

Angiomas (senile angioma), also called ruby spots, are especially to be found on the torso and appear as capillary points which are the size of a pin head.

  • Treatment with vascular laser systems:
    eminently possible
  • Length of one treatment:
    10-60 minutes
  • Pre-treatment and aftercare:
    with anaesthetic cream and chilling
  • Number of treatments:
    1-5 treatments, according to diagnosis
  • Interval between the treatments:
    3-4 weeks
  • Cost per session of treatment:
    in accordance with the GOÄ (Fees Regulations for Doctors, Germany); approx. 50 – 175 Euros

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