The Perfect Vascular Solution

Laser treatments are now a routine procedure for the removal of many types of vascular lesions, including hemangiomas, vascular malformations such as port-wine stains, telangiectasias, venous lakes and angiomas. 

Safe, Effective and Minimally Invasive

This process is perfectly safe as other healthy veins supply blood to the treated area and the body’s immune system clears away the dead tissue just as with a bruise.

Clinically tested results

At BIOTEC ITALIA, protocols are tested by a team of leading physicians and specialists in over 60 countries around the world. The Nd:YAG laser is part of a family of verified and clinically tested products to offer safe and effective treatments without any discomfort or damage to the skin.

What advantages does the Nd:YAG LP laser have in treating vascular lesions compared to traditional methods?

The Nd:YAG LP laser offers important advantages compared to injection therapy or electrocoagulation, allowing the treatment of vascular lesions even difficult to resolve. In addition, laser therapy is fast, less painful and minimally invasive.

How does the Nd:YAG LP laser treat hemangiomas?
Mature hemangioma can be very thick and invasive and therefore occur both on the superficial area of the skin and in the deeper one. Thanks to the Nd:YAG LP laser, it is possible to treat hemangioma on the surface and in depth. Few applications are required to treat most hemangiomas successfully.
Nd:Yag applicator-

Vascular lesions
Non ablative skin tightening
Hair removal especially dark skin

How to prepare for a session:
  • Avoid having tanned skin – Avoid sun in the middle of the day, use sunscreen with a high SPF, and wear sun-protective clothing (eg, a hat and tightly woven clothing).
  • Avoid medications and supplements that make bruising more likely 
Does laser hurt?

The sensation during treatment is very brief and is often described as a heated pin-prick for each laser pulse. Treatment times vary due to the size of the area to be treated and machine used, but a typical treatment takes approximately 15–30 minutes.

Self-Care Guidelines

A gentle sunblock and sun avoidance is important after this procedure. Do not rub or pick at the skin.