Laser capable of penetrating deep into skin & is absorbed by hemoglobin & melanin chromophores


  • Spider veins
  • Broken capillaries
  • Angiomas

How does it work?

  • Laser energy is selectively absorbed by the deeper levels of the dermis & allows for treatment of deeper vascular lesions such as telangiectasias (dilated small blood vessels on the skin or mucosa), hemangiomas, and spider veins.
  • Laser energy is delivered using long pulses which are converted into heat in the tissues, the heat impacts the vasculature of the lesions.

Vein ablation Procedure:

  • Cleanse topical numbing from skin with makeup removal wipe.
  • Place eye protection on patient.
  • Ensure Long Pulsed Yag handpiece is attached to laser.
  • Turn Spectrum laser on with key.
  • Spot size 3mm always (spot size adjustment on handpiece).
  • Select energy (start low (8j) & increase if no reaction), single pulse.
  • Apply ultrasound gel to treatment area.
  • Remove handpiece from holster & secure to wrist.
  • Switch laser from ‘Standby’ to ‘Ready’.
  • Tip of hand piece should rest on patient’s skin (tip cools) & spot should be aimed at desired treatment area.
  • Press down on trigger to deliver energy.
  • Skip up vein with laser, hitting every other or every third spot.
  • Watch for reaction (frost or resolution of vascular lesion).
  • If no reaction, increase energy.
  • Treat desired areas letting laser tip rest on skin between energy delivery for cooling/comfort.

Patient Education:

  • May require repeated treatment to get desired effect.
  • Some areas may scab post treatment, keep clean & dry.


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