Vascular Lesion

There are different types of vascular lesions. You may have heard about the birthmarks that is a famous form of vascular lesion. The vascular lesions of different kinds can be removed using different techniques. If you have one or more vascular lesions, you should consider a treatment to get flawless skin. Please continue reading to learn more about vascular lesions.

What are Vascular Lesions?

At the time of birth, a significant number babies have skin malformations such as vascular lesions and birthmarks. There are two types of vascular lesions. One is known as vascular malformations and the other one is known as hemangiomas.

The hemangiomas are mostly benign and free of risk; it is not necessary to take a treatment. However, these marks can be removed to get flawless skin. Moreover, the hemangioma treatment should be taken if hemangiomas is located in a problematic area of the body, causes complications, impairs function, and changes shape.

To be on the safer side, the diagnosis and treatment are important to stop the progression of vascular lesions and to avoid possible compilations. The laser therapy is recommended by the dermatologists to treat aesthetic hemangioma treatment.

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Types of Vascular Lesions

The birthmark is an umbrella term that represents different skin conditions some which of enlisted below. The vascular lesions can be of different types and notable ones are enlisted below:

  • Hemangiomas
  • Prominent Veins
  • Port-Wine Stains
  • Spider Hemangioma
  • Pyogenic Granulomas
  • Vascular Malformations
  • Dilated Facial Blood Vessels
  • Other Related Conditions

Treatment for Vascular Lesions

A vascular lesion may be present at the time of birth or it can be acquired after the birth. Vascular birthmark can appear in the form of or vascular malformations. A dermatologist can tell when a vascular lesion must be treated.

As mentioned above, there are different types of vascular lesions and different types required a different treatment. Most of the skin malformations just cause cosmetic problems; they do not involve any health risks. Such skin conditions can not harm the person if left untreated.

If you have a vascular lesion (birthmark or hemangiomas), you should consult a dermatologist to be on the safer side. The skin care experts at the Euromed Clinic Center Dubai are well versed with vascular lesions treatment.

Laser Treatment for Vascular Lesions

Different vascular lesions are commonly treated using laser treatment. An advanced laser machine is used to perform this skin treatment and there is no reason to be afraid of side effects. As a matter of fact, the modern laser treatments are simple, safe, short, and effective.

The vascular lesions of different types can be treated using a laser or intense pulsed light therapy. The working mechanism of such techniques is quite simple to understand. The laser emits light that is absorbed by intravascular oxyhemoglobin. As a result, lesional blood vessels heat and coagulate.

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Benefits of Laser Vascular Lesions Treatment

This technique is free of harms (side effects) and complications. If you have any type of vascular lesion, you should consider the laser treatment for vascular lesion by the Euromed Clinic Center Dubai. The treatment cost is reasonable. For different people, the results of the same treatment vary due to the skin color, age of the patient, the condition of the lesion, the light source used, etc.

The treatment has got a great benefit for people with different skin colors and types. One of the prominent features of this laser treatment is that it only targets the problematic skin cells. Due to this, the healthy skin cells remain safe.

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Vascular Lesions FAQ’s

What is a localized vascular lesion?

A localized vascular lesion is a relatively common abnormality of tissue and skin. It can range from simple birthmarks to a large tumour. Any disorder of the vascular system can trigger localized lesion formation.

How are vascular lesions treated?

Vascular lesions are treated using Vbeam or Pulsed-dye laser. These are the treatment of choice for most lesions. However, PDL is considered a better alternative for treating lesions.

What causes a vascular lesion?

The actual cause of vascular lesion formation is unknown. Abnormal persistence of vascular connections during embryo development is known to trigger lesion formation in the neck and head regions.

What diseases cause brain lesions?

Different diseases can trigger lesions formation in different parts of the body. These diseases include stroke, lupus, tumours, and multiple sclerosis.

What is vascular skin conditions?

Vascular skin conditions include birthmarks, tumours, lymphatic and congenital malformations, and life-long vascular defects.

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