Vascular Lesion Removal in Southlake, TX

Understand Vascular Lesions and Get Rid of Them Safely with Our World-Class Lasers

Understand Vascular Lesions and Get Rid of Them Safely with Our World-Class Lasers

Vascular lesions, commonly known as spider veins, are a condition in which the blood vessels are visible through the skin. Vascular lesions may often have a red or purplish colored appearance. Standard vascular lesions include spider veins, telangiectasia, port wine blemish, and hemangioma. Though generally harmless, vascular lesion removal should be considered to minimize the appearance of spider veins.

Medrein Health & Aesthetics carries numerous lasers that are effective in vascular lesion removal, cherry angioma removal, and spider angioma removal using FDA approved laser technology.

Forms of Vascular Lesion

Some common vascular lesions are listed below:

  • Hemangiomas: Hemangiomas are a common form of vascular lesions. These benign lesions have a bright red appearance. They are common at birth or early childhood and usually stop growing after 6-12 months of age.
  • Vascular Malformations: Vascular malformations are rare and occur when there are problems in blood vessel formation, with some types found in less than 1 percent of the population. They form in capillary, venous, lymphatic, and arteriovenous channels.
    • Capillary vascular malformations: Commonly known as port wine stains, these malformations appear as birthmarks and discolorations on the skin’s surface. Ranging from a deep purple to a bright red, this type of vascular lesion can fade with the help of cosmetic treatment.
    • Venous vascular malformations: These malformations are extremely painful and sensitive and can swell depending on the amount of pressure exerted on that channel of veins. Some can grow as large as to consume blood clotting proteins, making it difficult for the body to form blood clots.
    • Lymphatic vascular malformations: Lymphatic malformations are generally uncommon and can occur on any part of the body. It can be surface level on the skin, or some people can experience swelling deeper inside the body. These malformations grow as the patients grow with treatment designed to manage the malformation’s size.
    • Arteriovenous vascular malformations: These malformation disrupt the flow of blood to critical areas of the body like the brain and heart. This occurs due to an abnormal tangle of blood vessels which disrupts the circulation of oxygen flowing in the blood.
  • Pyogenic Granulomas: Often benign growths, pyogenic granulomas consist of abnormal blood vessels that tend to bleed easily. Common areas where these growths occur are the face, mouth, gums, lips, tongue, nose, fingers or toes.

Causes of Vascular Lesions

Vascular lesions can develop in any part of your body, and are more common at birth. They tend to grow proportionally with age and do not disappear. Sometimes, vascular lesions appear in older people as blood flow increases through malformations between arteries and veins. Vascular lesions can also occur due to hormonal changes during puberty and pregnancy.

During and After Laser Vascular Lesion Removal Procedures

During the treatment, laser rays are directly applied to the blemish area. The veins and capillaries absorb the laser’s energy, and typically do not affect the surrounding skin. The treatment causes the exposed veins to break down and become less visible.
After the treatment, depending on the skin type and the vascular lesions, some redness and swelling may be visible but will usually diminish around 48 hours after treatment. Lesions may appear darker around 5-7 days later.

Benefits of Laser Procedures for Vascular Lesion Removal

Benefits of Laser Procedures for Vascular Lesion Removal

  • One of the benefits is that it improves your vascular activity, which helps your body create new capillaries.
  • Laser treatment for vascular lesion removal is effective on other lesion concerns, such as spider angioma removal, cherry angioma removal, or venous lake removal.
  • Laser treatment for vascular lesion removal protects your healthy skin as it is precise and accurate.
  • Another benefit of vascular laser treatment is that it causes minimal discomfort.
  • You will experience very few side effects post-procedure, although some patients report redness and swelling.

Medrein Health & Aesthetics for Your Laser Vascular Lesion Treatment

Medrein Health & Aesthetics is one of Southlake’s most exclusive anti-aging & wellness centers. We are the most trusted vascular lesion removal center, known for its friendly environment. Our aesthetic physician Haritha Mikkilineni (Dr. Mikki), MD., is a trusted physician who has served patients aged 12 and older. We utilize StarWalker® picosecond laser technology, giving our patients flawless skin. Book your appointment for further information.


Some redness and swelling may be visible but will usually diminish around 48 hours after treatment. Depending on your specific treatment, you can expect to experience vascular lesions-free skin in a week.

You may experience some discomfort, along with some redness, swelling, or irritation in the treated area but they will go away soon.

The cost depends on the size of vascular lesion removal and other factors.

Often vascular lesions occur prior to birth and aren’t preventable, however a doctor or specialist can discuss options with you to help lower the risk in children.

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