Vascular Lesions

Say goodbye to unwanted vascular lesions

  •   Spider veins
  •   Rosacea
  •   Varicose veins
  •   Broken capillaries
  •   Erythema
  •   Poikiloderma
  •   Telangiectasia
  •   Cherry angiomas


More than ever before, individuals are choosing to get rid of unwanted vascular lesions. This includes varicose veins that affect 50% of the US population over the age of 50[1] , and birthmarks that are no longer flattering.

At SharpLight we have developed two cutting edge technologies for treatment of vascular lesions- our proprietary Dynamic Pulse Control (DPC) and a Longed Pulsed Nd:YAG 1064 laser. The DPC platform is better suited for smaller and more superficial blood vessels, while the laser’s long pulse can target vessels in the deeper dermal layers.

Our vascular lesion treatments are fast and effective, with visible results after the very 1st treatment. The technologies have been clinically validated, and since there is no downtime, patients can immediately resume their daily routine.




Treatment Overview

During treatment, the light energy is optimally absorbed by the oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin chromophores in the lesion. The thermal effect causes the lesional blood vessels to coagulate, leading to the coagulation of the vessel wall and the disappearance of the vessel.

  • DPC : Both the VP 535 and Dual VP hand Piece have wavelengths ranging from 535nm, the spectrum in which the energy is best absorbed by melanin presented in the lesions.
  • LP Nd: YAG 1064 Laser : The 1064 nm wavelength is best absorbed by the oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin chromophores and less by the melanin chromophores. This yields selective photothermolysis of the hemoglobin chromophore and reduces damage to the epidermis.

Before and After

Long term elimination of unwated vascular lesions

Clinical research


Our treatments of vascular lesions indicated for varicose veins, spider veins, cherry angiomas, broken capillaries, telangiectasia, port wine stains, rosacea, poikiloderma, erythema and more