“Commonly known as a Cherry Angiomas, clients love how easy and fuss free these are to treat” Sarah Hudson
What is a Cherry Angioma?
Cherry angiomas are common growths on the skin surface usually found in people aged 30 and above, and are sometimes called ‘senile angiomas’. Made of clusters of capillaries, these form a small round dome (“papule”) which may have a flat top. While they don’t usually represent a health risk, if bleeding or changes in size, shape or colour exhibits it’s important to consult a General Practitioner immediately.
How are Cherry Angiomas treated?
Because cherry angiomas are vein clusters, the most effective treatment is the Cutera Laser (Nd Yag 1064). This treatment system delivers pulses of light energy, causing the blood within the cherry angioma to coagulate. The cherry angiomas are then destroyed and later reabsorbed by the body where blood flow is redirected to veins deeper below the skin’s surface.
What can I expect?
Dark, light or tanned complexions can achieve outstanding results in just one or two treatments.
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