There’s no need to go through life with an unsightly venous lake papule, because we remove a venous lake effectively with the Vbeam laser. In the example pictured, Lasermed’s Alta van der Merwe successfully removed the macule in two treatments, a month apart.
Usually, a venous lake is quite common in middle-aged or older men and women of any race. This bluish squashable macule most often appears on the lips, earlobes, or elsewhere on the face, neck, or upper trunk. Unfortunately, the cause is a mystery.
it’s harmless, it is unsightly. Thus many people opt to remove it. By destroying
the lesion with the V-beam laser, a temporary scab forms. But this soon
disappears, giving way to a better appearance.
Other removal options include: cryotherapy, electrocautery, sclerotherapy and Intense pulsed light.
Removing venus lake with the Vbeam laser
Vbeam is a special type of pulsing, yellow light laser used to treat red lesions or discolouration. We often use this pulsed-dye laser on the face and bodily extremities. Lighter-skinned patients with vascular blemishes such as red blotches, spider veins, rosacea or red birthmarks are ideal candidates for Vbeam treatments.
proven effectiveness and lack of risk and side effects make it a preferred treatment
method for many patients and physicians. However, as with any treatment, it’s
essential to understand how it works and its effects before beginning your
Vbeam delivers a powerful yet gentle energy burst to precise locations on the
skin through several separate micro-pulses of yellow light.
Because the device prevents heat from spreading to other areas, the damaged blood vessels are eliminated altogether while surrounding cells remain unscathed.
Now that you know that we remove venous lake effectively, book your free consultation now.