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Vascular Lesions

Treatment that Confidently feel you the Best

Perhaps you or someone you know has been diagnosed with Vascular Lesions. Generally, vascular lesions are collections of dense, small blood vessels that are located in below the skin. 

They can appear anywhere on the body, and they can be caused by sun-damage, genetic factors, rosacea, or a aging. They can occur in variety of forms, including:

  • Port wine stains

  • Leg Veins

  • Broken Capillaries 

  • Defuse Redness

  • Hemangiomas

  • Cherry Angiomas

Vascular Lesions can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance and leave you feeling less self-assured. But it doesn't have to be this way. You can regain your confidence with easy Nordlys treatment. 

The Nordlys system allows your provider to choose the right type of treatment. Using either the Ellipse IPL technology or ND:YAG laser, for your particular condition and skin type. The system operates by delivering pulses of energy that directly targets vessels deep within the skin. Because of this, only the vessels that require the treatment are impacted, while the surrounding vessels are not affected.

What you can expect

  • Prior to your Nordlys procedure, you and your provider will meet to discuss your treatment goals. Normally, you should avoid sun-exposure in the four weeks leading up to the treatment. After treatment, you should avoid sun-exposure for 30 days.

  • Your provider will select the type of treatment that is best for you condition and skin type. The Ellipse IPL uses exclusive selective wavelength technology to deliver narrowband light, which means less heat on the skin. 

  • The number of treatment depends on the location an the number of the vessels to be treated. The treatment time depends on the area to be covered and the number of distinct vessels.

  • Smaller vessels can disappear immediately after treatment; larger one fade away more gradually over the next few weeks. Patients experience low to no downtime, little swelling, and redness, which disappears in 1 to 4 days.

  • Talk to your provider about what you can expect with your individual treatment.

Ask us how you can benefit from the teatment

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