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Capillaries


Laser Treatments for Capillaries, Scars, and Redness

With the V-beam laser, recent advances in laser technology enable us to treat several problems that involve faulty blood vessels without the severity of black and blue marks of earlier lasers. Broken capillaries, red and raised scars, leg veins, rosacea, and persistent facial flushing are few of the several problems that we can safely and effectively treat with minimal downtime.

V-Beam Laser

Who Is It For

The V-Beam laser is ideal for patients who have broken facial capillaries or red spots on their face or body.

How It Works

Generally, one or two treatments with the laser are necessary. This laser delivers light of the particular color that is absorbed by broken capillaries and red spots. As a result, the lesion becomes much less noticeable, and in many cases, resolves completely.

In many physicians offices this procedure is performed by a nurse. However, in our practice, this procedure is only performed by a board-certified physician.

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Still Not Sure? — Read our Q & A

  1. What is the Vbeam Laser used for?

    The Vbeam laser is the gold standard for the treatment of facial redness and facial veins. The Vbeam laser is used to treat broken facial capillaries, dilated facial veins, vascular birthmarks, and rosacea. The laser will reduce and improve redness in the skin.

  2. Is the Vbeam laser FDA approved?

    Yes. The Vbeam laser is FDA approved for the treatment of a wide variety of benign vascular conditions.

  3. Who performs the Vbeam laser procedure?

    Unlike many other physician offices, in our office only board certified highly experienced physicians perform the Vbeam laser treatment.

  4. How many Vbeam laser treatments will I need?

    Most patients will need 3-5 treatments. These are usually performed at three to four week intervals.

  5. How do I decide whether my skin would be better treated with a series of Vbeam treatments or a series of FotoFacial treatments (also known as intense pulsed light)?

    If your face is both red and brown, then choose the FotoFacial series. If your face is red but not brown, then choose the Vbeam series. Dr. Rothfeld will be happy to evaluate your skin and make a recommendation.


V-Beam Laser

Who Is It For

The V-Beam laser is ideal for patients who have broken facial capillaries or red spots on their face or body.

How It Works

Generally, one or two treatments with the laser are necessary. This laser delivers light of the particular color that is absorbed by broken capillaries and red spots. As a result, the lesion becomes much less noticeable, and in many cases, resolves completely.

In many physicians offices this procedure is performed by a nurse. However, in our practice, this procedure is only performed by a board-certified physician.

Make An Appointment

Still Not Sure? — Read our Q & A

  1. What is the Vbeam Laser used for?

    The Vbeam laser is the gold standard for the treatment of facial redness and facial veins. The Vbeam laser is used to treat broken facial capillaries, dilated facial veins, vascular birthmarks, and rosacea. The laser will reduce and improve redness in the skin.

  2. Is the Vbeam laser FDA approved?

    Yes. The Vbeam laser is FDA approved for the treatment of a wide variety of benign vascular conditions.

  3. Who performs the Vbeam laser procedure?

    Unlike many other physician offices, in our office only board certified highly experienced physicians perform the Vbeam laser treatment.

  4. How many Vbeam laser treatments will I need?

    Most patients will need 3-5 treatments. These are usually performed at three to four week intervals.

  5. How do I decide whether my skin would be better treated with a series of Vbeam treatments or a series of FotoFacial treatments (also known as intense pulsed light)?

    If your face is both red and brown, then choose the FotoFacial series. If your face is red but not brown, then choose the Vbeam series. Dr. Rothfeld will be happy to evaluate your skin and make a recommendation.


V-Beam Laser

Who Is It For

The V-Beam laser is ideal for patients who have broken facial capillaries or red spots on their face or body.

How It Works

Generally, one or two treatments with the laser are necessary. This laser delivers light of the particular color that is absorbed by broken capillaries and red spots. As a result, the lesion becomes much less noticeable, and in many cases, resolves completely.

In many physicians offices this procedure is performed by a nurse. However, in our practice, this procedure is only performed by a board-certified physician.

Make An Appointment

Still Not Sure? — Read our Q & A

  1. What is the Vbeam Laser used for?

    The Vbeam laser is the gold standard for the treatment of facial redness and facial veins. The Vbeam laser is used to treat broken facial capillaries, dilated facial veins, vascular birthmarks, and rosacea. The laser will reduce and improve redness in the skin.

  2. Is the Vbeam laser FDA approved?

    Yes. The Vbeam laser is FDA approved for the treatment of a wide variety of benign vascular conditions.

  3. Who performs the Vbeam laser procedure?

    Unlike many other physician offices, in our office only board certified highly experienced physicians perform the Vbeam laser treatment.

  4. How many Vbeam laser treatments will I need?

    Most patients will need 3-5 treatments. These are usually performed at three to four week intervals.

  5. How do I decide whether my skin would be better treated with a series of Vbeam treatments or a series of FotoFacial treatments (also known as intense pulsed light)?

    If your face is both red and brown, then choose the FotoFacial series. If your face is red but not brown, then choose the Vbeam series. Dr. Rothfeld will be happy to evaluate your skin and make a recommendation.


V-Beam Laser

Who Is It For

The V-Beam laser is ideal for patients who have broken facial capillaries or red spots on their face or body.

How It Works

Generally, one or two treatments with the laser are necessary. This laser delivers light of the particular color that is absorbed by broken capillaries and red spots. As a result, the lesion becomes much less noticeable, and in many cases, resolves completely.

In many physicians offices this procedure is performed by a nurse. However, in our practice, this procedure is only performed by a board-certified physician.

Make An Appointment

Still Not Sure? — Read our Q & A

  1. What is the Vbeam Laser used for?

    The Vbeam laser is the gold standard for the treatment of facial redness and facial veins. The Vbeam laser is used to treat broken facial capillaries, dilated facial veins, vascular birthmarks, and rosacea. The laser will reduce and improve redness in the skin.

  2. Is the Vbeam laser FDA approved?

    Yes. The Vbeam laser is FDA approved for the treatment of a wide variety of benign vascular conditions.

  3. Who performs the Vbeam laser procedure?

    Unlike many other physician offices, in our office only board certified highly experienced physicians perform the Vbeam laser treatment.

  4. How many Vbeam laser treatments will I need?

    Most patients will need 3-5 treatments. These are usually performed at three to four week intervals.

  5. How do I decide whether my skin would be better treated with a series of Vbeam treatments or a series of FotoFacial treatments (also known as intense pulsed light)?

    If your face is both red and brown, then choose the FotoFacial series. If your face is red but not brown, then choose the Vbeam series. Dr. Rothfeld will be happy to evaluate your skin and make a recommendation.


V-perform the Vbeam laser treatment.

  1. How many Vbeam laser treatments will I need?

    Most patients will need 3-5 treatments. These are usually performed at three to four week intervals.

  2. How do I decide whether my skin would be better treated with a series of Vbeam treatments or a series of FotoFacial treatments (also known as intense pulsed light)?

    If your face is both red and brown, then choose the FotoFacial series. If your face is red but not brown, then choose the Vbeam series. Dr. Rothfeld will be happy to evaluate your skin and make a recommendation.


V-Beam Laser