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Blurring spots, capillaries, pigmentation, corpus, hemangiomas, pigmentation, 
Skin lesions including viral skin lesions, Blair

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Hemangioma removal

The hemangioma is a common benign tumor caused by the formation of thin blood vessels in or under the skin, which form a red or bluish bump out of nowhere. The capillaries are usually not dangerous, but can be an aesthetic problem.

It is important to note that there is a phenomenon of hemangiomas in infants and children under the age of five that usually disappears on its own, and does not require treatment.

Laser treatment

In recent years, a new method has been developed using laser beams that are absorbed by the hemoglobin and oxymolobin found in the blood vessels, and almost do not damage the tissues around the blood vessels. The laser beam treats red and blue blood vessels. The ray penetrates 6-7 mm into the skin, dissolves the wall of the blood vessels, and also reaches the deep hemangioma.

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The benefits of laser hemangioma removal

  • The laser beam acts only on the blood vessels, and does not damage the tissues around them.

  • Improvement can be seen from the first treatment (although a number of treatments may be required for the final removal of the hemangioma)

Treatment involves mild pain.

 

warning:

After removing the hemangioma, do not expose the area to the sun.

We do not remove the meningioma in infants and children.

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Removal of corpuscles inside

Corpus in the face is a phenomenon that results from the formation of capillaries, dilated and superficial blood vessels in the face, which form from a blush. The capillaries are usually not dangerous, but if left untreated they expand and spread.
 

The corpus does not disappear on its own, and it needs to be treated in order to obscure it and make it disappear.

Laser treatment

In recent years, a new method has been developed using laser beams that are absorbed by the hemoglobin and oxymolobin found in the blood vessels, and almost do not damage the tissues around the blood vessels. The laser beam treats red and blue capillaries. The ray penetrates 6-7 mm into the skin and dissolves the wall of the blood vessels, and also reaches deep capillaries. The rest of the vascular remnants are absorbed into the body naturally by the body's lymphatic or immune system.

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  • The benefits of laser capillary removal

  • The laser beam acts only on the blood vessels, and does not damage the tissues around them.

  • Improvement can be seen from the first treatment (although some treatments may require final removal of the capillaries)

  • The treatment lasts about half an hour.

Treatment involves mild pain.

 

warning:

After removal of the capillaries  Do not expose the place to the sun.

Capillary removal 

Capillaries and spider capillaries appear in various places on the body and especially in the face, chest and legs. The capillaries are dilated and superficial blood vessels that appear as stripes or in various shapes such as cobwebs. The capillaries are usually not dangerous, but sometimes they are aesthetically disturbing to those who suffer from them.

 

Laser treatment

In recent years, a new method has been developed using laser beams that are absorbed by the hemoglobin and oxymolobin found in the blood vessels, and almost do not damage the tissues around the blood vessels. The laser beam treats red and blue capillaries. The ray penetrates 6-7 mm into the skin and dissolves the wall of the blood vessels, and also reaches deep capillaries. The rest of the vascular remnants are absorbed into the body naturally by the body's lymphatic or immune system.

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  • The benefits of laser capillary removal

  • The laser beam acts only on the blood vessels, and does not damage the tissues around them.

  • Improvement can be seen from the first treatment (although some treatments may require final removal of the capillaries)

  • The treatment lasts about half an hour.

Treatment involves mild pain.

 

warning:

After removal of the capillaries  Do not expose the place to the sun.

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