One-stop solution for thread veins and rosacea
Many people suffer by some kind of a skin condition, some of which that can have a serious impact in life. Skin conditions such as discolored lesions on the face can be an embarrassing factor. Dr Ron Shelton recommends the new noninvasive laser Excel V™ as a treatment to patient’s vascular skin conditions. From red and brown spots to superficial blemishes, Excel V™ can provide effective customized treatment to each patient’s condition.
How Excel V™ works?
ExcelV™ treatment is combined with two wavelengths; a 532 nm KTP laser wavelength, and two 1064 nm Nd: Yag laser wavelengths for maximum skin penetration.
The blood vessels in the skin absorbs this high power green laser and gets eliminated by its heat. This process helps restore the skin to its normal color and tone.
What are the conditions treated with Excel V™ laser?
- Rosacea – a common disorder that causes redness in the face
- Leg Veins – from small to large telangiectasis
- Cherry Angioma – small red bumps which appear on the skin
- Venous lake – purple lesions on lips
- Port wine stain – discoloration caused by a vascular anomaly
- Hemangiomas – noncancerous growths (birthmarks) of blood vessels
- Facial veins (red and blue)
- Reduce redness in the neck and face
- Sun damage
(* Results may vary from person to person and cannot be guaranteed.)
How many treatments are required?
Typically 1 – 2 treatments only since it is combined with 2 laser wavelengths.
Duration and recovery time of Excel V™
Most procedures only take 5 to 10 minutes but some may take up to 45 minutes. It may cause only minor discomfort as the device has a special sapphire cooling tip. Patients can get back to their work soon after a procedure as the recovery time is minimal. Results from a Excel V™ treatment can be instant however it depends on each patient’s type of vascular condition.
Rather than depending on heavy concealers to hide skin blemishes, consider a lasting solution with Excel V™ . Book a consultation with Dr Ron Shelton by calling (212) 593-1818 or contact us online.