Enlarged blood vessels around the nose, cheeks, neck, feet or other areas of the skin are a problem faced by patients of all ages. They may be isolated or presage case lesions in the patient’s vascular system. This is a particular concern for people with sensitive skin, for which skin exposure to low temperatures without appropriate protective cream, skin exposure to cold wind or even physical exercise during the warmer seasons can lead to rupture blood capillaries. However, this problem can affect all people exposed too long to UV rays, sudden changes in temperature or taking supplements to increase body weight. Vascular lesions of this type are visible through the skin in the form of red kernel threads (telangiectasia). In some cases, the cell adjacent to each other so tightly that they form a uniform redness.
Individual changes of this type are completely harmless, but because of its intense red color can cause low self-esteem and feelings of inadequacy. Unfortunately, no closed capillaries tend to increase its volume, which makes curative therapy requires more time. The most effective method of treatment of vascular lesions is the treatment using diode laser, which penetrates the skin through a phenomenon photocoagulation, which closes the open capillaries and restore uniform skin color.
In the case of major vascular lesions such as varicose veins in the lower limbs, in most cases, need surgical treatment, which can be performed under local anesthesia.