After laser treatment for broken capillaries, it's normal to experience some redness, swelling, and bruising. The time it takes for the broken capillaries to disappear after laser treatment can vary; some people see a dramatic improvement after a single treatment, nut in most cases multiple treatments are required to give the best outcome.
After laser or IPL treatment for broken capillaries, it's normal to experience some redness, swelling, and bruising in the treated area. These side effects usually subside within a few days to a week. It's important to avoid sun exposure and use sunscreen to protect the treated area while it heals.
The time it takes for the broken capillaries to disappear after laser treatment can vary depending on the size and number of the broken capillaries, as well as the number of treatments required. Some people may see results immediately after one treatment, while others may require multiple treatments over several weeks or months.
The cost of laser for broken capillaries can also vary depending on the size of the area being treated and the number of treatments required. It 's best to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the best course of treatment for your specific needs and to discuss the possibility of a Medicare rebate in certain circumstances.
If the underlying cause of broken capillaries is rosacea, the best rosacea treatment will probably be a combination of laser/IPL, topical or oral medication, a careful skincare routine and avoiding triggers for flare-ups. Your rosacea doctor can recommend the best treatment option for you based on your specific needs.
It's possible for broken capillaries to return after laser treatment, especially if the underlying condition is not addressed. Unfortunately, as the skin ages and the total lifetime amount of ultraviolet exposure increases, broken capillaries and small facial veins are likely to recur. However, with proper care and management, the broken capillaries may be less likely to return.