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What is telangiectasia?
Capillary vasodilation is caused by the persistent expansion of capillaries, venules, and tiny arteries and veins on the surface of the skin or mucous membranes. It is characterized by the formation of red or purple-red spots, plaques, filaments, or stellate lesions. The lesion can occur in any part, with a localized, extensive, segmental or unilateral distribution. The fading of the pressure can be slow or long-term, and some can resolve spontaneously and have no symptoms. The disease can be seen at all ages and there is no gender difference in the incidence.
How to treat telangiectasia with 980nm laser?

980nm laser is the optimum absorption spectrum of Porphyrin vascular cells. Vascular cells absorb the high-energy laser of 980nm wavelength, solidification occurs and finally dissipated.

Will red blood scabs form after finishing? Will it leave a scar?someplace finishes scab to also be normal, won't leave a scar. During scab formation, patients must take good care of their skin. They must fall off naturally. They must not buckle. They must not fall off in advance, and the scab will become dull in color. After the scab is off, replenish the water with plenty of water and apply a repair mask for a month.

The treatment process is divided into several courses of treatment, how long is the interval?

Generally speaking, it is recommended to divide the red blood cell region into three regions from inside to outside, similar to three concentric circles. The first course of treatment is for the outermost ring site. After the first course of treatment, rest for 4 weeks and take the second course of treatment. Generally speaking, after removing the outer red blood filament, the middle red blood filament will also fade part of itself.

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