The laser treatment, sometimes called KTP laser, targets the fine red veins or capillaries of the face that most commonly appear around the nose and on the cheeks. The treatment (often called Rosacea Treatment) is performed in the clinic and the patient is capable of returning to their normal activities immediately following the treatment. This treatment is also used for:
Reduction of pigmentation
Reduction of sunspots
Reduction of freckles
Reduction of sun-damaged skin
Removal of raised lesions such as seborrhoeic keratoses, dermatosis papulosa nigra
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What the laser does is send a pulse of energy into the capillary that literally vaporizes it. The result is that the capillary disappears and closes. Technically, KTP laser
is a beam generated by a neodymium:YAG laser is directed through a potassium titanyl phosphate crystal to produce a beam in the green visible spectrum; used for photoablation and photocoagulation. Fancy description for a treatment that is relatively pain free and gives visible results. The laser treatment is performed in one of the clinic procedure
rooms and takes from 15-45 minutes in total depending upon the amount of facial veins present. Performed by a cosmetic nurse, this treatment delivers results to remove those unsightly facial veins.
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Before having a treatment, the cosmetic nurse or doctor
will discuss with you what you are wanting to achieve, and a treatment plan is discussed and agreed to prior to commencing any treatment. We are here to deliver positive results and only provide treatments as agreed with the patients. For working out a treatment plan with a cosmetic nurse which includes working out a satisfactory costing, please contact the Cosmetic and Restorative Surgery Clinic
on (02) 9362 7400.
It is important after treatment to avoid sun, hot showers or hot foods such as curries for the first 24-48 hours as the heat can revascularize the veins and open them up and allow the blood to return and hence the reddened appearance.