The industry gold-standard laser treatment for treating broken capillaries, rosacea, port wine stains, spider veins and superficial pigmentation.
Reduces skin redness and dissolves dilated red blood vessels for an even skin tone
A great solution for patients with visible blood vessels, rosacea or isolated, unwanted brown pigmentation in the shape of freckles and sunspots
A safe, no downtime procedure that has been around for years, but remains one of the most popular laser treatments in practices worldwide

FAQ

Am I a good candidate for a VBeam Perfecta treatement?

Am I a good candidate for a VBeam Perfecta treatement?

Vbeam can be safely used on all types of skin and is gentle enough to treat vascular lesions even on infants. The treatment work best on pale skin tones and moderately well on olive ones.

Vbeam is not suitable for patients who are pregnant, have taken isotretinoin/Accutane within the last six months, or who are on blood-thinning medications. Antiviral medications may be prescribed prior to treatment for patients with a history of cold sores.

What are issues that VBeam Perfecta can help?

What are issues that VBeam Perfecta can help?

Some of the most common ailmentsVBeam is known to treat include:

Facial redness, Facial scarring, Wrinkles and fine lines, Rosacea, Port wine stains, Angiomas, Capillaries, Stretch marks, Bruising following injection treatments or surgery.

Will it hurt?

Will it hurt?

No anesthetics are required, but they may be used. The feeling most patients report is a warming or tingling
sensation during treatment. The skin being treated is additionally protected by a dynamic cooling method which
delivers cold air to the skin before the laser pulse is emitted. This cooling increases comfort during treatment, as well
as protects the skin to minimize side effects like redness. .

Is treatment safe? Are there Risks?

Is treatment safe? Are there Risks?

Some patients experience redness or mild swelling in the treated area immediately following treatment, this
usually goes away in a few hours. Occasionally purpura (bruising beneath the skin) may occur. Purpura is short-lived
and usually disappears in three to five days.

How many treatments will I require?

How many treatments will I require?

Many patients notice dramatic changes in their skin after a single treatment but most require 3-5 sessions to enjoy the full benefits of this  skin treatment. We recommend treatment intervals of 2-4 weeks between treatments. Response to therapy is dependent upon the initial condition. Always come in for a consultation with Dr.Krasny to discuss your skin needs first so we can find the best solution for you!

How soon will I see results of my treatment? Are the results of the Vbeam Perfecta laser permanent?

How soon will I see results of my treatment? Are the results of the Vbeam Perfecta laser permanent?

This will depend a little on the condition being treated and the number of treatments required for clearance. Patients will usually notice some improvement within the first 6-8 weeks following treatment. This is due to the stimulation of new collagen production (an important support structure of the skin) and is the basis of the lasers’ use in treating fine lines and wrinkles and for photo-rejuvenation.
In most cases, VBeam results are permanent. However, conditions like rosacea, spider veins, new broken blood vessels, redness, and broken capillaries can occur or reoccur at any time hence the need for repeated treatment.

Why Dermafina

We offer the very best in skill, expertise and service offering aesthetic injectables and other treatments that target the impacts of lifestyle choices, ageing, acne and a wide range of other factors that hold many back from achieving beautiful, clear and healthy skin. Our treatments are not a quick fix solution – we focus on solutions and treatment plans to provide long-term results.

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American College of Mohs Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology

American Society Dermatologic Surgery

American Academy of Dermatology

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (Dermatology)

American Society Laser Medicine and Surgery