Vascular Treatment

People seek treatment for vascular lesions or birthmarks for both cosmetic and medical reasons. Worldwide procedure volume for energy-based vascular treatments expected to grow from 2.9 MM in 2013 to 3.3 MM in 2017, with a CAGR of 2.8%1

Advances in the use of lasers and light sources enable physicians to effectively treat vascular lesions that were previously untreatable. For patients, that means greater comfort and satisfaction. For you, that means greater patient throughput.

View webcasts to learn how vascular treatments can benefit your practice, or find Cynosure events in your area.

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Quick Treatment of Vascular Lesions

Lasers allow for quick treatment of vascular lesions without damaging the surrounding skin. Light is absorbed by the blood, destroying the vessel. Over time, the vessel disappears, restoring the skin’s natural appearance.

Some lasers, like Cynosure’s Cynergy , treat all types of vascular lesions, including facial and leg telangiectasias, spider veins, hemangiomas, mature and blebbed port-wine stains, and rosacea. Due to its multiple wavelengths, Cynergy treats vascular and pigmented lesions more effectively than conventional, single-wavelength platforms.

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Products (4)

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The Icon™ Aesthetic System is the next generation of platform technology. Offering multiple devices in one machine, it enables aesthetic… 더보기


The Elite+™ Aesthetic Workstation is a high-powered, dual-wavelength system that delivers energy faster for faster results. The Elite+’s wavelengths are the… 더보기

Elite MPX

Powered by advanced, patented MultiPlex™ technology, the Elite MPX™ delivers. Its revolutionary technology sequentially combines gold standard wavelengths and adds… 더보기



With our exclusive MultiPlex™ technology, the Cynergy™ Vascular Workstation delivers unsurpassed efficacy with minimal side effects, and is proven safe… 더보기

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