Cynergy laser

If you have varicose veins or vascular lesions, this treatment is for you!

Whether it is a vein or a pigmented lesion, the light beam equipped Cynergy III laser and its stand-alone Cynosure PL module send a precise dose of energy on target – whether a vein or skin lesion. The beam transmits heat to the target area or induces coagulation without affecting the surrounding skin. Once treated, the vessel, lesion or redness disappear naturally.

The combined action of the pulsed dye laser and the Yag-LP laser makes for optimum results. The Cynergy device can tackle many dermatological problems: veins on the legs or the face, acne, rosacea, scars, angiomas, spider veins, sun damaged skin, periorbital eye veins, varicose veins on the lip, etc. It works well on all types of skin, including, black or tanned.

What does the treatment consist of?

ength of the procedure: 10 to 15 minutes

Frequency: One treatment sometimes suffices, but in some cases 2 to 6 are needed.
It all depends on the nature of the procedure and the area to be treated.

Maintenance Phase: For varicose veins on the legs, an annual treatment is recommended.

Are there side effects?

There are few side effects with the Cynergy laser. You may see a slight reddening that will subside before the end of the day. The use of sunscreen is highly recommended after a treatment. This recommendation goes for all who want to protect their skin and slow down aging!

Get back to your day right after treatment.

Is it painful?

Some patients will feel a slight discomfort during the procedure; however, using Cynergy in combination with a cold air treatment can easily lessen discomfort.

What kind of results can I expect?

Cynergy laser treatment will bring out your natural beauty by eliminating lesions and unwanted redness.

What types of skin conditions can Cynergy correct?

  • Cynergy can treat:
  • Small veins on the face,
  • Varicose veins,
  • Photoaging and wrinkles (many sessions required)
  • Rosacea causing vascular lesions.

N.B.: For large varicose veins in the legs, sclerotherapy remains the best option.

Is this treatment for me?

Not all skin types react in the same way to cosmetic dermatology. Only a qualified dermatologist can diagnose the best course of action. As part of a first consultation, Dr. Charbonneau, cosmetic dermatology specialist, will be happy to answer all of your questions and give you the tools you need to make an informed decision.

Call us today to make an appointment.