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Vbeam® for Vascular Lesions in Tampa Bay

If you suffer from rosacea or conditions with similar symptoms, it may be time to consider Vbeam for vascular lesions. Eyelid Surgeons of Tampa Bay offers this treatment to men and women living in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, FL and the many others who travel to us for Dr. Mohadjer’s expert services.

What is Vbeam for Vascular Lesions?

Vbeam is a vascular laser that is able to target blood vessels without harming the surrounding skin and tissue. With this capability, the Vbeam laser can be used to target dilated blood vessels, such as those caused by rosacea and related conditions.

The vascular lesions caused by rosacea are visible from the skin’s surface, making the face red and impacting the clarity of the skin. With Vbeam treatments, these blood vessels can be eliminated to restore clarity and tone to the face. Vbeam can also be used for red birthmarks, often referred to as port wine stains.

Am I A Good Candidate for Vbeam for Vascular Lesions?

If you suffer from port wine stains, rosacea, or other conditions that cause dilated blood vessels in the face, you may be a good candidate for Vbeam treatments. However, the best way to determine if you are a suitable candidate for Vbeam is to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Mohadjer.

During your consultation, you and Dr. Mohadjer will discuss your cosmetic goals in order to determine if Vbeam for vascular lesions is a good fit for you. At this point, we will be able to help you schedule your treatment or find a suitable alternative.

What is the Vbeam Treatment Like?

A handheld device will be placed on the skin, which will emit laser energy to the blood vessels. This technology specifically targets blood vessels in the treatment area, so you don’t have to worry about harming the surrounding areas of the body. The treatment may take up to an hour, depending on the size of the treatment area and the extent of your symptoms.

What is the Vbeam for Vascular Lesions Recovery Process Like?

After the Vbeam treatment, you may experience some bruising, swelling, or redness in the skin. Most of these effects will fade within a few hours – although in extreme cases, they’ll last a few days. Bruises will fade in 1-2 weeks like any other bruise. Despite these effects, you’ll be able to return to all normal activities immediately after your appointment.

What Kind of Results Can I Expect from Vbeam for Vascular Lesions?

After the Vbeam treatment, the vascular lesions that were treated will gradually fade from view. Depending on the extent of your symptoms, however, we may recommend multiple treatment sessions. In these cases, patients are typically able to achieve optimal results within three to five treatments.

Contact us today to schedule your consultation for Vbeam for vascular lesions and begin restoring clarity to the skin. Eyelid Surgeons of Tampa Bay offers this and other laser treatments to the residents of Clearwater, Tampa, St. Petersburg, FL and the world.