Introduction to Alexandrite laser vascular removal


Alexandrite laser vascular removal is an interventional laser treatment technology used to remove vascular lesions or vascular "stellate nevus" on the surface of the human body.

This technology is based on the principle of alexandrite laser, with a wavelength of 755nm, which can effectively remove vascular lesions on the surface of the human body. During the treatment process, the laser emits pulse energy on the surface of the skin and transfers the energy into the blood vessels. By absorbing light energy, the target tissue is heated to a high temperature to achieve the effect of removing vascular lesions. The entire process usually requires multiple treatments, and sometimes the lesions are so extensive that multiple treatments are required with an interval of half a year or more.

Alexandrite laser vascular removal has a wide range of uses and can be used to treat varicose veins, dilated blood vessels on the face or body parts, hemangiomas, pigmented vascular lesions, etc. Compared with traditional surgical methods, alexandrite laser technology has many advantages, such as safety, no scars, easy operation, etc. However, it is important to note that this technique may produce a certain degree of pain and discomfort and requires proper handling with anesthesia and surface cooling.

It should be noted that since this technique is an interventional treatment method, it is recommended to be performed under the correct guidance of a professional physician to ensure safety and effectiveness.

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