Treating Reds, Browns,
Purples & Blues

“At one point in life, most people are affected by some type of chronic or cosmetic skin condition that results in unsightly skin concerns such as vascular lesions, skin discolorations, or broken blood vessels. These issues can result in embarrassment, self-consciousness, and even a decreased quality of life. At our practice, we offer treatments for vascular and pigmented lesions with the Excel V because doing so offers our patients the high level of quality and results that they deserve.”

- Liet N. Le, MD

The award winning Excel V is the only tunable laser system on the market that combines two ultra-precise, best-in-class laser wavelengths (532/1064 nm) in one device. Delivering precision treatment parameters with unmatched versatility, Excel V has the flexibility to treat any case - from superficial and deep vascular conditions to benign pigmented lesions.

Our Excel V laser is effectively used to treat a variety of common complaints and concerns including angiomas, broken or enlarged blood vessels, redness, hemangiomas, leg veins (only the tiniest), poikiloderma of civette, port wine stains (pws), telangiectases, and venous lakes. Our patients love the minimal downtime, rapid healing, and excellent results that are offered by Excel V treatments in our practice.

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The recovery process following Excel V Laser Treatments is minimal and varies from patient to patient. Most patients do report having slightly puffy skin for the 2 – 3 days following the procedure. If you have especially sensitive skin, you may experience slightly more downtime than normal.

As far as results are concerned, a substantial reduction in broken capillaries, redness, and brown spots is seen in most patients after only one treatment. To obtain optimal results, most people will decide to have 2 treatments, though those who are being treated for redness may need 3 or more treatments. The timing between treatments does vary and depend on a number of factors, but treatments spaced 1 – 2 months apart are normally ideal.