Vascular and hemangiomas laser removal
Leg veins, spider veins and other visible benign vascular lesions are common aesthetic conditions for which patients seek treatment for both medical and cosmetic reasons. Lasers and other light based technologies enable effective treatment of leg veins and vascular lesions by inducing vessel collapse through coagulation with minimal damage to adjacent structures.
Hemangiomas are the most common tumor of infancy and typically appear within the first few weeks of life. They may then proliferate or grow for up to twelve months before undergoing a slow process of involution or regression. There is no known genetic cause, but hemangiomas are quite common. They are more common in females, twins, patients with light skin, and are associated with low birth weight or premature births.
At the Dr. Mozart center we provide prompt evaluation, confirm the diagnosis, and discuss appropriate treatment options to ensure that every patient has the opportunity to be treated in a timely and effective manner. For many children hemangiomas laser removal can be done before the end of the first year of life, restoring the face and/or body to normal appearance, thus allowing the child to grow up and develop a normal sense of self awareness.