Treatment / Device
VBeam Prima® Laser
Treat facial redness, rosacea, neck redness, spider veins, spider angiomas, and acne marks
Dr. Bernstein uses this laser to treat all sorts of vascular conditions and for the treatment of photoaging including fine lines and wrinkles and enlarged pores.
Results of Treatment
VBeam Prima® FAQ
Why is the VBeam Prima® laser called a pulsed-dye laser?
The pulses of laser energy heat the offending blood vessels long enough to damage them but not long enough to heat the surrounding skin causing a problem. That’s the pulsed part of the pulsed-dye laser.
What do I look like after treatment with the VBeam Prima® laser?
You’ll be red for sure and a little swollen at least following treatment with the VBeam Prima® laser. Redness and swelling vary tremendously depending upon you and what is being treated. It can last from a few hours to many days depending on a host of factors. We are good at predicting what type of response people will get due to our extensive experience, but at the end of the day, we are still just guessing. The best indication of how you’ll respond is how you responded to a previous treatment or test spot.
What type of conditions do you treat with the VBeam Prima® laser?
We treat virtually every vascular condition with the VBeam Prima® laser including: facial redness and rosacea, neck redness (POC), spider veins, spider angiomas, acne marks and many other conditions.