Vascular Lesion Treatment With The Alma Q Laser
At LA Med Spa, we utilize the most advanced technology to help you look and feel your best. In fact, laser treatments have become a top choice among our clients due to their incredible versatility. With the Alma Q Laser platform, we are able to tackle some of the most difficult skin conditions. From tattoo removal to vascular lesion treatment, the results are nothing short of remarkable.
How Does The Alma Q Work?
This powerful technology offers 3 modes of treatment in a single unit, which provides unmatched power and versatility:
- Q-switched – Delivers photo acoustic shockwaves to remove natural and artificial pigmentation while preserving surrounding tissue.
- Long Pulsed – Nd:YAG 1064nm laser treats vascular lesions, deep veins, and malformations. This deeper penetration targets areas that cannot be reached with shorter wavelengths.
- Quasi-Long Pulsed – Nd:YAG delivers pulsed energy to the site, which stimulates skin rejuvenation and treats microscopic blood vessels.
In other words, the Alma Q allows us to treat a wide range of vascular issues using one or more of these modes.
Treatment For Vascular Lesions
Some vascular lesions are congenital, like port wine stains and hemangiomas whereas some are acquired over time. Many factors like age, genetics, weight, and hormones contribute to the appearance of vascular issues like Telangiectasias, commonly referred to as “spider veins.” Typically, these appear on the legs and face (around the nose or on the cheeks). While benign, many people find them to be unsightly and cover them with clothing or makeup. After several treatments with Alma Q, these vein clusters lighten in appearance and can disappear altogether.
Alma Q treatments for vascular issues can help you feel more confident in your skin. For many of our patients, spider vein treatment has truly been life-changing! If you’d like to learn more about this procedure, and if it’s right for you, contact us to schedule an appointment. During your consultation, we will take a detailed history and talk about your goals before suggesting a possible treatment course.