Vascular  Treatment Vancouver.

     Facial Broken Capilliaries or Dilated Blood Vessels Treatment.


Thermocoagulation  (Electrocoagulation), also known as Radio 

Frequency Diathermy is a procedure where a fine wire probe is used to transmit radio waves to tissues near the probe. Molecules within the tissue vibrate, which leads to a rapid increase in temperature, leading to coagulation of proteins, vessels, and broken capillaries within the tissue. This process results in the disappearance of dialated capillaries without damaging the surrounding tissues. High-end Silhouet-Tone Vascu Lyse 2G RF approved by Health Canada makes this procedure fast and painless. 1 to 3 treatments are required in the same area, three weeks apart.

PRICE for one  treatment is $ 275

Commonly found on the nose and cheek areas, these small red or pink ‘threads’ are part of the extensive vein network that carries the blood supply of the face.  When the walls of these tiny veins narrow and widen too quickly, they may tear, allowing blood to seep out and visibly mark the area of damage.  Individuals with dehydrated, dry and sensitive skin often have thinner tissue, which allows more trauma to the veins.  While heredity usually plays a large part (fair, thin–skinned people are most prone), broken capillaries are also bought on by  
  • Inflammatory conditions (acne, rosacea)
  • Extreme temperature changes
  • Sunburn
  • Windburn
  • Trauma (i.e. squeezing pimples)
  • Constant pressure (i.e. wearing glasses)
  • Smoking
  • High alcohol consumption
  • Blood thinning medications
  • Hormones