VASCULAR LASER

One of the more troublesome (and treatable!) cosmetic conditions of the head and neck are telangectasias, or “broken capillaries”, which are often found on the cheeks and around the nose.  Covering these prominent vessels adds several minutes of covering and camouflage with makeup to the daily routine for many patients.

The long pulsed Nd:YAG laser is well tuned to treat these vessels, and the settings can be adjusted to address vessels of varying sizes.  A quick 5 minute procedure can yield instant results, and in the head and neck, about 75% of patients will only require a single treatment.  There is no “down time” associated with this treatment, and no special after-care other than using a good sun block.

If you are interested in getting your broken capillaries treated, reach out ot Nuance Facial Plastics at (704) 593-6802 for more information.

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Nuance Facial Plastics
309 S Sharon Amity Rd
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Nuance Facial Plastics

309 S Sharon Amity Rd, Ste 202

Charlotte, NC 28211

(704) 593-6802

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