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Laser Vein Removal
& Vascular Lesions


Those pesky vein are treatable.

At some point in life, most patients will suffer from unwanted pesky veins and red spots on their face or body. These can take on numerous forms that range from well-circumscribed, raised dots to diffuse, blotchy patches. They may occur secondary to genetics, surgery, age, and chronic sun exposure. The good news is that advances in cosmetic dermatology have led to the advent of numerous non-invasive treatments capable of eradicating your particular type of redness. Laser treatments are now one the routine non-invasive procedures for treating many types of superficial vascular lesions including:

Telangiectasia (Spider Veins)
Cherry Hemangioma
Spider Angioma
Venous Lake
Bruising   &  more

Long-pulse Nd:YAG lasers offer the perfect solution for treating vascular lesions. The energy from the laser is absorbed by the blood in the vein, converted into heat, and the vein walls are subsequently destroyed. In comparison with other wavelengths, Nd:YAG also targets the underlying vascular feeding system, which is important for ensuring the long-term efficacy the treatment. This process is perfectly safe as other healthy veins supply blood to the treated area and the body’s immune system clears away the dead tissue just as with a bruise. The number of treatments depends on location and number of your thread veins. During your consult, one of our practitioners will evaluate your symptoms to develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Clarity II


Tiny, thread-like streaks of redness caused by dilated blood vessels. These flat, red patches are often caused by aging, sun exposure, trauma, or genetics.


Diffuse, blotchy redness of the forehead, eyes, and cheeks that may be associated with acne-like bumps.

Cherry angiomas

Bright-red, palpable spots of the face and body that increase in number with age

Capillary malformations

More commonly known as birthmarks, these red lesions are present from birth and can appear in a variety of forms. The most common of these birthmarks is the port-wine stain, which received its name due to its appearance that resembles spilled wine on the skin.


Redness localized to surgical, acne, or traumatic scars due to the increased blood flow that occurred during the wound healing process.

Blue & Purple Lesions

Bulging, twisting, blue or purple leg veins are usually attributable to varicose veins. This extremely common condition occurs as the vessel structures weaken with time, leading to visible swelling and distortion. Most often, these enlarged veins are benign signs of aging.

The shape, size, texture, and intensity of your spot or lesion is attributable to its specific cause; however, the red color shared by all of these lesions is caused by malformations of the blood vessels that allow the redness of the blood to be seen through the skin. During your initial consultation, one of our practitioners will carefully evaluate your particular spots or lesions to determine its type and characteristics and then based on your individual aesthetic goals, health profile, and lifestyle,  they will recommend a personalized treatment plan that best addresses your specific needs.

Do you want to find out if Laser Vein Removal is the right aesthetic treatment for you? Contact Avissa Skin clinic today for more information on the best Vein RemovalTreatment in Ann Arbor Michigan, for information on other cosmetic procedures, or to schedule a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you!