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Facial Blood Vessels

Facial Blood Vessels/Telangiectasia

Many patients develop visible blood vessels of their skin. This may appear as either individual or branching red “spider veins”, small bright red spots called angiomas, or overall redness of the affected skin (usually the face, neck, and/or chest). In the CDLC we have a variety of lasers that are highly effective in minimizing these prominent vessels, whether they are the result of chronic sun damage, rosacea, or other causes.

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