Dermatological Conditions and Procedures
By Advanced Specialized Laser Center
April 12, 2017
Category: Skin Care

Laser procedures can now remove or minimize the appearance of a variety of dermatological conditions. Whether you are interested in skin carethe removal of birthmarks, spider veins, vascular lesions, rosacea or another condition, there are dermatological procedures that can help. At Advanced Specialized Laser Center, Dr. Albert Nemeth is your Clearwater, FL, dermatologist and can advise you on procedures might be right for you.

Birthmark Removal

Birthmarks are discolorations of the skin and can be vascular or pigmented. Vascular birthmarks are usually red or pink in color and result from an accumulation of blood vessels. Pigmented birthmarks contain melanin and are usually brown or tan in color. Birthmarks generally do not pose any health problems. However, many patients wish to have birthmarks removed for cosmetic reasons. In many cases, birthmark removal is possible with specialized laser treatments.

Spider Veins

Spider veins tend to form on the face and legs. Facial spider veins often result from sun exposure over time, but can also be due to rosacea. Leg spider veins can be caused by regularly standing for extended periods of time. Genetic factors can also contribute to the development of leg spider veins. Women are more susceptible to developing spider veins in the legs than are men. Laser treatments are available for the removal of spider veins.

Vascular Lesions

Vascular lesions are red patches on the skin that develop due to the formation of blood vessels beneath the skin. Vascular lesions can vary in size and shape. Some of these lesions are quite small and barely noticeable, while others are large and readily visible. Laser treatments can be used to target the blood vessels beneath the skin and remove the lesion. Ask your Clearwater dermatologist Dr. Nemeth, if laser treatment would work for your vascular lesions.

Rosacea

Rosacea causes inflammation and redness of the skin. It can also cause itching and discomfort. Various medications and treatments are available for treating rosacea, including laser therapy. Many patients who have undergone laser therapy for rosacea have experienced long-lasting results, such as reduction in redness and flushing.

Laser therapy procedures can be used to successfully treat or manage a variety of dermatological conditions. Whether you with to eliminate birthmarks, spider veins or vascular lesions or are simply seeking relief from rosacea, laser treatment can help. Visit Advanced Specialized Laser Center for more information about the different dermatological conditions that can be treated with laser therapy. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Nemeth, your Clearwater, FL, dermatologist, call (727) 799-5273.

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