Vbeam Perfecta® Laser Treatment

Beauty treatmentThe Vbeam Perfecta® is the most advanced pulsed dye laser (PDL) technology and is the gold standard in treating vascular lesions. This laser treatment is typically used for patients who wish to eliminate the prominence of spider veins or other types of vascular lesions. Due to its precision, the Vbeam Perfecta® Laser treatment leaves the surrounding tissue unaffected, with an outcome of optimal results and minimal downtime. As an additional benefit, the Vbeam Perfecta® Laser treatment uses a “Dynamic Cooling Device” to spray a cooling mist onto the treatment area, increasing patient safety and comfort.

Laser skin resurfacing is an excellent way to improve skin tone and texture with minimal downtime and few side effects. Alta Dermatology strives to provide our patients with the most up to date and advanced laser treatments and achieve effective results in patients of all skin types. To learn more about laser skin resurfacing treatments please contact Alta Dermatology today. Laser skin resurfacing is only one of many exciting non-surgical skin care treatments our cosmetic providers offer.

The Most Advanced Pulsed Dye Laser Technology

Vbeam Perfecta is the gold standard  pulsed-dye laser. Time and again it proves itself as safe tool for the treatment of vascular, pigmented and certain non-pigmented lesions with a low incidence of side effects.

How it works

Each VBeam® Perfecta pulse is composed of 8 micro pulses. Energy within each pulse is distributed across these micro pulses – enabling us to effectively target individual telangiectasia with less downtime and bruising.

Candela’s Patented Dynamic Cooling Device

(DCD) provides consistent, reproducible skin cooling and unparalleled comfort during your treatment. DCD prepares skin for treatment by selectively cooling the upper layers with a burst of cold liquid nitrogen milliseconds before the laser pulse.

Vbeam Clinical Papers


Treatment of port-wine stains with flash lamp pumped pulsed dye laser on Indian skin: a six year study.

Thajudheen CP, Jyothy K, Priyadarshini A.

J Cutan Aesthet Surg.
2014

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Telangiectasis in CREST syndrome and systemic sclerosis: correlation of clinical and pathological features with response to pulsed dye laser treatment.

Halachmi S, Gabari O, Cohen S, Koren R, Amitai DB, Lapidoth M.

Lasers Med Sci.
2014

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Treatment of the skin manifestations of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia with pulsed dye laser.

Halachmi S, Israeli H, Ben-Amitai D, Lapidoth M.

Lasers Med Sci.
2014

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The effect of flashlamp pulsed dye laser on the expression of connective tissue growth factor in keloids.

Yang Q, Ma Y, Zhu R, Huang G, Guan M, Avram MM, Lu Z.

Lasers Surg Med.
2012

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Double pass 595 nm pulsed dye laser at a 6 minute interval for the treatment of port-wine stains is not more effective than single pass.

Peters MA, van Drooge AM, Wolkerstorfer A, van Gemert MJ, van der Veen JP, Bos JD, Beek JF.

Lasers Surg Med.
2012

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Keloid scars in type VI skin successfully treated with combined surgery and pulsed dye laser therapy.  

Eke U, Diaz C, Abdullah A.

Br J Dermatol.
2012

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Long-pulsed dye laser vs. intense pulsed light for the treatment of facial telangiectasias: a randomized controlled trial.

Nymann P, Hedelund L, Haedersdal M.

J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol.
2010

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Pyogenic granuloma-treatment by shave-excision and/or pulsed-dye laser.

Sud AR, Tan ST.

J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg.
2010

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Successful Treatment of Severe Keratosis Pilaris Rubra with a 595-nm Pulsed Dye Laser.

Kaune KM, Haas E, Emmert S, Schön MP, Zutt M.

Dermatol Surg.
2009

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Pulsed dye laser therapy and z-plasty for facial burn scars: the alternative to excision.

Donelan MB, Parrett BM, Sheridan RL

Ann Plast Surg.
2008

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Rosacea treatment using the new-generation, high-energy, 595 nm, long pulse-duration pulsed-dye laser.

Bernstein EF, Kligman A.

Lasers Surg Med.
2008

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A pulsed dye laser with a 10-mm beam diameter and a pigmented lesion window for purpura-free photorejuvenation

Galeckas KJ, Ross EV, Uebelhoer NS.

Dermatol Surg.
2008

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Long-pulsed dye laser versus intense pulsed light for photodamaged skin: a randomized split-face trial with blinded response evaluation.

Jørgensen GF, Hedelund L, Haedersdal M.

Lasers Surg Med.
2008

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Efficacy of early treatment of facial port wine stains in newborns: a review of 49 cases.

Chapas AM, Eickhorst K, Geronemus RG.

Lasers Surg Med.
2007

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Use of a novel pulse dye laser for rapid single-pass purpura-free treatment of telangiectases.

Ross EV, Uebelhoer NS, Domankevitz Y.

Dermatol Surg.
2007

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Treatment of vascular skin lesions with the variable-pulse 595 nm pulsed dye laser.

Woo SH, Ahn HH, Kim SN, Kye YC.

Dermatol Surg.
2006

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Treatment of surgical scars with the cryogen-cooled 595 nm pulsed dye laser starting on the day of suture removal.

Conologue TD, Norwood C.

Dermatol Surg.
2006

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Long-pulsed (6-ms) pulsed dye laser treatment of rosacea-associated telangiectasia using subpurpuric clinical threshold.

Jasim ZF, Woo WK, Handley JM.

Dermatol Surg.
2004

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Treatment of resistant port wine stains with the V Beam pulsed dye laser.

Laube S, Taibjee S, Lanigan SW.

Lasers Surg Med.
2003

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Comparison of the long-pulse dye (590-595 nm) and KTP (532 nm) lasers in the treatment of facial and leg telangiectasias.

West TB, Alster TS.

Dermatol Surg.
1998

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