One of the most versatile and effective treatments is the VBeam Perfecta Laser. This is an ideal method that improves skin without invasive surgery. The VBeam treatment can improve the look of various skin conditions and concerns from wrinkles to birthmarks. Talk to Dr. Krathen at Essential Dermatology about your skin concerns and what you want to improve.

How Does VBeam Perfecta Work?

This technology is the latest generation of the VBeam laser. The VBeam Perfecta laser uses advanced pulsed-dye laser (PDL) technology. It uses a combination therapy to reduce redness, pigmentation, and spider veins. The laser specifically targets the red color and helps to eliminate red vessels and capillaries. During the treatment, the laser pulses over the skin, these only last for a microsecond. Following each pulse, a cold burst will be used to cool the skin’s surface. The quick pulses hear the vessels and then are interspersed with the cryogen bursts to cool and protect the skin from damage. This treatment is well-tolerated by most patients.

What Can the VBeam Perfecta Treat?

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After your VBeam treatment, your skin may be inflamed for the first couple of days, but this should subside quickly. The VBeam laser is an effective treatment for addressing multiple skin conditions and concerns. To get started, call our office at (508) 545-9713 or request a consultation by filling out our online form. To book an appointment, schedule your visit as a new patient using our online scheduler or as an existing patient using the Mass General Brigham Patient Gateway.

Meet Dr. Michael Krathen

Dr. Michael Krathen is a board-certified dermatologist with more than a decade of medical training and experience. A specialist in both medical and cosmetic dermatology, he uses expertise, collaboration, and compassion to help people of all ages discover their healthiest and most radiant skin.

Credentials You Can Trust

American Academy of Dermatology
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
New England Dermatological Society
Alpha Omega Alpha
Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology
Dr. Michael Krathen