What are vascular lesions?
Vascular lesions occur when the small capillaries in your skin become dilated. When grouped together, they can give the appearance of red spots, or sometimes large stains (port wine). When spread out, they are visible as threads.
How does the treatment work?
The yellow light from the Dual Yellow laser is immediately absorbed by oxyhaemoglobin providing instant cosmetic results. This happens because yellow light is readily absorbed by blood to necrose the vessel, and is achieved with minimal or no pain. The specific wavelength of 578nm exactly matches the peak absorption of Haemoglobin.
Before and After
Treatment with Real Results
The Dual Yellow laser provides excellent aesthetic results using the Copper Bromide based technology with multi wavelengths
Port wine stain
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Copper Bromide Laser Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia: Results of patients treated over five years
Susanne E. McCoy, MBBS, 1997
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Susanne E. McCoy, MBBS, Marshall Hanna, MBBS, FRACP, FACD, Peter Anderson, MBBS, Geoff McLennan, MBBS, FRACP, FACCP, SBSPJ, Michael Repacholi, PhD, FAIP, FACPSEM, 1996
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Post-RhinoplastyTelangectasia: A tedious complication successfully treated with a CuBr Laser at 578nm
Daniel A. Cassuto, Deborah M. Ancona, GuglielmoEmanuelli, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine: ASLMS April 2002
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William R. Owen and Elaine Hoppe, Australasian Journal of Dermatology 2012
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The utilization of a new Yellow Light Laser (578nm) for the treatment of class I Red Telangiectasia of the Lower Extremities
Neil S. Sadick, MD, FACP, FAACS, and Robert Weiss, 2002
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