Star Wars Excel V Laser Diminishes Scars and Veins - Dr. Grant Stevens

by Dr. Grant Stevens 27. May 2015 21:21

Dr. W. Grant Stevens

Summer is just around the corner and that means vacations and swimming pools.  It's too bad that some women avoid wearing the newest, coolest bikinis because of old scars, varicose veins and even facial redness.  Getting rid of these problems used to be painful and time consuming. 

We recently received one of the first Cutera Excel V lasers for treatment of superficial and deep vascular problems uses high hemoglobin absorbing wavelengths. It's the first to offer excellent photo rejuvenation capabilities as well as the ability to treat a wide variety of facial vascular indications and even leg veins.  It’s just darn amazing.

Because of its advanced design, I believe that it offers excellent control and safety. From fine, broken capillaries to diffuse redness and vascular birthmarks, this laser can be finely tuned to target exactly what treatment you need and gets results while you watch. No numbing medicine is needed. 

Not only can the Excel V treat everything from erythema (facial redness) and small red vessels but it can also correct large, blue leg veins and those around the eyes "The laser can also improve skin tone and texture by targeting microvascularity, and as a plus, it stimulates collagen formation."

This advanced system can treat the following conditions:

  • Red vascular lesions
  • Surgical scars
  • Brown pigmentation
  • Both large and small veins
  • Toenail fungus
  • Diffuse redness
  • Port wine stains
  • Lentigines
  • Hemangiomas
  • Brown and red spots
  • Uneven skin tone

This is definitely Star Wars for plastic surgery.

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