The clinical versatility of the DioLite 532 and the VariLite allows successful treatment of a variety of vascular and pigmented skin lesions. The strong absorption of the 532 nm wavelength makes the DioLite 532 and the VariLite ideal lasers for treating the following vascular and pigmented lesions.
Abnormal dilation of the capillary vessels and arterioles commonly present on the face or legs.
Telangiectasia prior to surgery and immediately
postoperative without any purpura.
A tumor composed of blood vessels or lymphatic vessels.
Spider Angiomas - Slightly raised red papules that resemble the shape of a spider.
Cherry Angiomas (Demorgan Spots) - Red spots commonly found on the body.
Small vessels found on the legs (laser best when used on veins measuring less than 0.7 mm in diameter).
Port Wine Stains
Reddish-purple superficial hemangiomas that commonly occur as birthmarks.
Red facial lesions around the nose and cheeks causing a sunburn look.
Slightly elevated pigmented spots found on the back and hands.
Dermatosis Papalosis Nigra (DPN)
Small, black macules seen primarily on Asian and African nationalities.
Dermatosis Papalosis Nigra prior to
surgery and immediately postoperative.
Small, tan to brown macules that can arise on the skin surface or mucous membrane. Usually present on skin that has received excessive sun exposure.
Lentigines prior to surgery and three weeks postoperature.
Light brown, flat macules that are often first apparent at birth (1 cm - 20 cm diameter).