V&S Aesthetics

Medical Grade Lasers

ND:Yag – Vascular

The ND:YAG laser is capable of treating large blood vessels and vascular lesions.  

The Nd:YAG laser (Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet) features a man made crystal, amplified by a high intensity lamp and resonator.  The laser is capable of producing a near-infrared wavelength which penetrates deep into the dermis and is absorbed by the hemoglobin and melanin chromophores.  These take on a ‘red’ or ‘brown’ appearance.

The laser energy is converted into heat within the dermis tissue.  Once targeted, these chromophores will heat, impacting the vasculature of the lesions.

Come and speak to one of our trained Cosmetic Nurses at the Vein and Skin Clinic to see whether we have the laser to help with your facial veins and/or red spots.

FAQ's

M22 is contraindicated for patients with active infection, viral, fungal or bacterial diseases. The use of M22 could cause redness, swelling, scarring, change of pigmentation. See the system user manual for a complete list of contraindications and risks.

M22 is contraindicated for patients with active infections, dysplatic nevi, or tattoos in the treatment area. Risks include redness, swelling, scarring, and change of pigmentation. Refer to the operator manual for a complete list of intended use, contraindications and risks.

YAG: Lumenis YAG devices are intended solely for use by trained physicians. It is contraindicated for eyes with corneal pathologies and chronically elevated IOP. Risks include IOP rise, macular edema and retinal detachment. Refer to the operator manual for a complete list of intended use, contraindications and risks.

Locations for Service

Wellington

Vein and Skin Clinic
38 Roxburgh Street
Mt Victoria 

Book a Consultation

To book a consultation with one of our doctors (fees apply) please Contact Us through our enquiry form, by phoning Vein & Skin Clinic on 0800 639 968, or simply book online with one of our Phlebologists.

The cost of this procedure varies according to the areas that require treatment and whether the area is treated alone or in conjunction with other areas. (This is most common).