Dealing with vascular lesions on the face and body can be incredibly frustrating. These visible red or purple marks, like spider veins or angiomas, not only affect one’s appearance but can also undermine self-confidence. Whether it’s the result of sun damage, genetics, or other factors, vascular lesions can be challenging to conceal and often lead to feelings of self-consciousness.

Fortunately, modern laser treatments, like the ones offered at TKI, offer effective solutions to target and reduce these lesions, providing individuals with the opportunity to regain clear, even-toned skin and renewed confidence.

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How can TKI help me treat vascular lesions?

We offer the latest, most advanced aesthetics technology to help you look better, not different:

Excel® V+

Excel® V+ vascular treatments are one of the most popular treatments at TKI. This laser treatment is a specialized, cutting-edge device designed to effectively eliminate skin redness caused by various factors. Excel® V+ precisely targets and permanently eliminates abnormal, broken, or prominent blood vessels, offering a highly effective solution for redness compared to traditional light treatments like IPL. Our expert providers love Excel V+ for its superior results. If you’ve faced challenges managing vascular lesions through other treatments, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our experts to explore the gold standard treatment option.


The XEO® laser system offers specialized Nd:YAG technology tailored for treating vascular lesions on the body and face. Nd:YAG laser energy is selectively absorbed by the deeper levels of the dermis and allows for treatment of deeper vascular lesions such as telangiectasias, leg veins, and hemangiomas. The laser energy is delivered using long pulses which are converted into heat in the tissue, directly addressing the vascular lesions.

What causes vascular lesions?

Vascular lesions come in all shapes and sizes. Hemangiomas, for instance, appear shortly after birth as pale pink discolorations, gradually darkening to either bright red or bruise-like hues. These can develop on both the face and body. Early intervention, even shortly after birth, can yield excellent outcomes. Acquired vascular lesions encompass conditions like dilated blood vessels, cherry angiomas, scars, and periorbital veins. Dilated facial blood vessels may result from sun damage, rosacea, or injury, manifesting as red linear marks and contributing to uneven skin tone. Cherry angiomas, on the other hand, appear by chance or due to genetic factors. Pyogenic granulomas are lesions that can arise during childhood, pregnancy, or following trauma.

Do vascular lesions go away on their own?

No, vascular lesions typically do not disappear on their own. In some cases, such as with infantile hemangiomas, they may undergo a natural fading process over several years. However, many vascular lesions, including acquired ones like spider veins or cherry angiomas, tend to persist or even worsen if you don’t address them.

Schedule treatments for vascular lesions in Marlboro or East Brunswick

Are you unhappy with the vascular lesions on your face or body? The expert team at TKI can help without the need for surgery. Schedule a consultation today so that we can create a custom treatment plan just for you. Request an appointment online or give us a call at 8-555-DRKAGA to get started.

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Our mission at TKI is to provide exceptionally innovative, and highly individualized wellness and aesthetics. Your customized treatment plan begins with a consultation, which you can schedule in Marlboro or East Brunswick. We look forward to helping you feel better, not different.

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