Broken blood vessels on the face (telangiectasis) and small spider veins can be caused by medical conditions, heredity, and most commonly, sun exposure. The redness caused by these broken blood vessels can be aggravated by a wide variety of triggers such as heat, alcohol, tobacco and sun.
At Pure Dermatology, a wide range of comprehensive options for prevention and treatment of broken blood vessels and spider veins are offered. These include medical grade skincare, prescription medications, chemical peels, and laser devices. Since it is difficult to hide redness and broken blood vessels with makeup, treatment can erase years off of your appearance.
Considered one of the most powerful lasers for redness on the market, our doctors have been using Excel V for over 6 years with amazing results. Most patients require 2-5 treatments spaced 3-4 weeks apart. There can be some swelling around the treated area for a couple of days after the procedure, dependent on the severity of your redness. Treatment costs range from $150-$525 per treatment depending on the area treated.
Excel V also treats the following:
This alternative setting on the Excel V is for patients who wish to have no downtime. Laser Genesis works to combat redness, uneven texture, and help reverse aging in a slow, subtle, natural way. It continues to help the skin’s appearance even after the series is complete. A series of 5 treatments is $1100 or sessions are $275 each.
At Pure Dermatology, we offer a number of peels that are safe and effective for redness and rosacea. Superficial peels often cause minimal dryness to a few days of peeling. The cost of superficial peels starts at $150 each and we also have special package pricing for Pure Dermatology Patients.
Glow for 5-7 days after this anti-inflammatory, no downtime laser and peel combination treatment which freshens skin, reduces the appearance of pores, and causes a tightening feeling to skin. Cost: $325. Add on a dermaplane treatment and make it even better. Package pricing also available. Repetitive treatments have additive effects. Can be repeated safely every 2-4 weeks.