Telangiectasia occurs when minute blood capillary vessels are permanently dialated, producing tiny little red lines visible at the surface of the skin. It is a condition that develops with age, usually appearing in the mid-40s, sometimes earlier on those with fair skin. Extreme cold weather and excessive exposure to the sun are the most recognized causes.
Thermocoagulation utilizes the High Frequency Current to discharge pin point heat energy to treat skin imperfections and collapse the spider veins upon contact. The energy created by the high frequency current produces a thermal lesion and the immediate disappearance of the imperfection or vein while preserving the epidermis. All that may remain is a tiny circular red mark that disappears within hours post treatment followed by a micro-crust which usually disappears in a matter of days. The treatment is extremely safe.
Thermocoagulation treats: visible facial broken capillaries (telangiectasia), ruby points, stellar angioma, skin Tags, Milia, Cholestorol Deposit, Dermatosis Papulosis Nigra.