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MCLEAN, VA--(Marketwired - July 28, 2016) - In accordance with their policy of keeping up with the latest advances in dermatology and skin care, Dr. Amir Bajoghli and his colleagues at the Skin & Laser Surgery Center are offering Syneron Candela Vbeam treatments for their patients.
Visible scarring and unwanted discolorations of the skin, such as those caused by Rosacea or spider veins affect millions of Americans. In fact, Rosacea is so prevalent in the United States that it is present in approximately 10% of the population.
With the Vbeam pulsed-dye laser, Dr. Bajoghli and the providers of the dermatology center can offer a safe and effective solution to Rosacea and a variety of other unwanted skin discolorations.
A pulsed-dye laser is able to produce significant lightening of these reddish colored skin marks (often referred to as lesions) with little risk of changing the texture of the skin or scarring. It is so safe, that it has even been successfully used on young infants. The Vbeam Pulsed-Dye Laser treatment can be tailored to individual needs, depending on the type of lesion, its size and location, as well as the skin tone of the individual, and how far the lesion is under the skin's surface.
The Vbeam Perfecta, used at the Skin & Laser Surgery Center, is the gold standard of the pulsed-dye laser. Time and again it has proven safe for the successful treatment of vascular, pigmented, and certain non-pigmented lesions.
The Vbeam pulsed-dye laser is used by dermatologist Dr. Bajoghli and his team to treat a wide variety of dermatological conditions, including:
Acne Scars Facial Veins Spider Veins Leg Veins Pigmented Lesions Rosacea Scarring Stretch Marks Vascular Lesions Warts
Since 2001, Amir Bajoghli, MD has been active in the practice of dermatology, after completing his training in dermatology and Mohs surgery. He was named Top Dermatologist and Mohs Surgeon in the Washingtonian Magazine from 2005 - 2012, as well as the Northern VA magazine.
Dr. Bajoghli is board certified in dermatology and has a flourishing private practice with offices in McLean and Woodbridge. Dr. Bajoghli has been involved in teaching medical students and residents at Inova Fairfax Hospital, Georgetown University, and George Washington University Schools of Medicine.
Dr. Amir A. Bajoghli can be reached at either of his Virginia offices:McLean: 1359 Beverly Rd., 2 Floor McLean, VA 22101 (703) 893-1114 Woodbridge: 2200 Opitz Blvd., Suite 100 Woodbridge, VA 22191 (703) 492-4140NEXT ARTICLE
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