Multiple technologies deliver the combined efficacy and versatility of IPL, Nd:YAG and Pulsed Dye.
Patients presenting with vascular disorders are a common theme in physicians’ offices. Areas affected are the face, neck, chest and lower extremities such as the legs, ankles and feet. Physicians typically use drug therapy, lasers or light devices, or a combination of both, to address vascular problems--depending on the indication.
In general, the broad range of vascular indications dictates the clinical challenge. With lasers, specifically, understanding the combination of parameters to achieve success is critical. Is the pulse duration adjusted to vessel size and is adequate fluence being delivered to destroy the target? Is there ample cooling to prevent epidermal injury? For most, there is a learning curve, but broadening your treatment options will contribute to both patient satisfaction and practice growth.
Variable Long-Pulse Nd:YAG Laser: A New Way To Treat Difficult Vascular Lesions
Antonio Campo Voegeli MD
Optimizing Treatment of Small and Large Leg Telangiectasia with a Long-Pulsed Nd:YAG CoolGlide® Excel Laser
Arielle N.B. Kauvar, M.D., and Paul M. Freidman, M.D.
Venous Lake Treatments Using the Cutera CoolGlide Excel Long-Pulse 1064 nm Laser
Marla McClaren, MD, Vera A. Chotzen, MD, Suzanne L. Kilmer, MD
Treatment of dermatosis papulosa nigra with a 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser: Report of two cases
Eric S. Schweiger, Laura Kwasniak and Daniel J. Aires
Use of a Novel Small-Tip IPL Handpiece for Treatment of Discrete Pigmented and Vascular Lesions
Min-Wei Christine Lee MD, E. Victor Ross MD, Scott Davenport
Multi-Center Clinical and Technical Perspectives on LimeLight
Christine Lee M.D., Kei Negishi M.D., E. Victor Ross M.D.
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Make Veins Disappear
presented by Antonio Campo, MD
Latest Advances in Treating Leg Veins with Lasers & Sclerotherapy
presented by David A. Engleman, MD FACC
It's Vein Season Again! Treating Leg Veins Safely and Effectively with the Cutera 1064 nm Laser
presented by Kevin Johnson, MD, FACS