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Vascular (rosacea)

Rosacea is related to the fragility of certain minute blood vessels in the skin (capillaries), causing them to become visible on the nose, cheeks and other parts of the face.

KTP Laser makes targeted thermo-coagulation of blood vessels possible, with the aim of clotting the haemoglobin in the capillaries’ red corpuscles. This allows accurate action without risk for surrounding tissue.    

The result is immediate, but certain capillaries may reappear with time since KTP Laser treatment cannot cure vascular fragility.


Process data

Sedation: no sedation needed
Treatment: ambulatory (2 to 3 sessions, at minimum monthly intervals)
After-effects: rarely swelling (eyelids) or redness
Convalescence: 10 to 15 days
Results: immediate

Dr. Dudrap's expertise

Dr Dudrap uses the latest generation of KTP Laser, wavelength 532nm, the true gold-standard in rosacea treatment.