Cynergy Multiplex Dual Vascular Laser
We invest in the very best, leading edge technologies and constantly update them so we can offer our patients the world’s finest instrumentation. Due to its high cost, there are less than a handful Cynergy Multiplex Dual Vascular Lasers in the entire state of Florida. The Cynergy Multiplex Dual Vascular Laser administers two optimally “attracted to red”, blue and purple vascular lasers in each pulse so you are in fact receiving a double vascular laser treatment in one treatment session. This often results in half the treatments necessary with all other red vascular lasers, saving you time and money.
Older Fractional Rejuvenation red vascular lasers such as Pulsed Dye lasers will cause what is called purpura which in layman’s terms is a blood blister. The clinical outcome was good with the “old” lasers, but with the new Cynergy Multiplex Laser, a purpura is not formed, and optimal results are achieved. Powered by the world’s only, patented, advanced MultiPlex™ technology, our Cynergy Vascular Workstation treats all types of vascular and red pigmented lesions. See list and descriptions of conditions treated with Cynergy Multiplex Dual Vascular Laser
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Conditions Treated with Cynergy Multiplex Dual Vascular Laser
Are discrete pink to red telangectatic lesions which commonly occur on the feet and legs. They are often characterized by changes that involve thickening or hyperkeratinization of the epidermis.
Are small, bright red to purple colored, papular lesions that is usually found on the trunk and proximal extremities. Onset may be early adult, becoming more common with age.
Erythematous Hypertrophic Scars
Are red, raised, smooth scar containing linear or arborizing arteriolar telangiectasia. Usually, they are more visible and may cause the patient pain and itching. Treatment with the laser can eliminate the vessels and may also reduce the bulkiness of the scar and normalize the surface texture.
Are superficial to deep collection of tortuous vessels that are raised above the skin surface. May be present at birth, but more commonly present after the first few days to weeks of life. May be disfiguring and the cause of significant morbidity. Visual impairment and airway obstruction may cause significant problems. Small, proliferate lesions may be successfully treated with the laser. The laser may arrest proliferation, induce involution and assist in healing ulcerated areas. Large hemangiomas may require surgical and pharmaceutical intervention.
Poikiloderma of Civatte
Is a skin disorder characterized by telangiectasia associated with atrophic changes of the skin as well as irregularity of pigmentation. Commonly found on the upper chest and lateral neck excluding the submental area. It can be caused by chronic sun exposure and use of perfumes or colognes in this area.
Port Wine Birthmark
Are vascular birthmarks that range in color from pale pink to dark purple. Primarily located on the face and neck, it can also cover the arms, legs and trunk and usually unilaterally. The reported incidence is 0.3%. The lesion is flat initially, but adults in the third decade of life may experience the development of modularity. Response of treatment varies with color, maturity, depth and nodularity of the lesion.
Are solitary capillary hemangioma often associated with trauma or local irritation. Occurs on both skin and mucus. Appears initially as a red papule that enlarges and may pedunculate or become infected and ulcerates. Granulomas bleed readily and are usually painful for the patient.
A chronic reddening of the mid face often associated with telangiectasia, acute episodes of edema, papules and pustules (acne rosacea).
The characteristic central papule and radiating branches distinguish this lesion from linear vessels found in other types of telangiectasia. Commonly seen in preschool and school age children.
Striae (stretch marks)
A fine pinkish-white or gray line or band elevated above or depressed below surrounding tissue. Usually seen in parts of the body where the skin has been stretched. Commonly seen on thighs, abdomen and breasts of women who are or have been pregnant.
Are acquired (chronic sun exposure) or congenital, permanent dilatation of the capillaries, marked by superficial vessels that range in color from red to purple. Most frequently seen on the nose, cheeks and chin, but can also be found on the lower extremities. One of the most common vascular lesions seen by the general Dermatologist with a reported incidence of 30% in the general population.
A collection of dilated lake-like venules in the upper dermis that are flat or slightly raised. These lesions are soft, dark blue to purple in color, average 2-10 mm in diameter and may bleed with trauma. Commonly seen on the lips or ears of the elderly.
Represent benign tumors of epidermal cells induced by the human papillomavirus. They occur in about 10% of adults and children. Because of the neovascularization in the proliferating wart, laser vaporization is extremely effect as it specifically targets the blood supply. Pulsed Dye treatment can be achieved without creating a laser plume.
Pro-active: Planned part of every surgical case. Prevents scar from ever becoming Hypertrophic, stiff or Erythematous.
Mechanism: Vessel ablation or vascular destruction causes thrombosis, vasculitis and ischemia. This affects collagen production. The process of collagen buildup (associated with scar hypertrophy) is interrupted.
Leg Veins (red)
Post sclerotherapy in order to clear the “matting” effect.
Erythematous and Hypertrophic scars only. Not effective on atrophic scars (pitted/indented)