Pulsed dye laser skin treatments at our Orlando-area practice treat skin conditions ranging from facial veins and rosacea to port wine stains in a matter of minutes with little to no downtime. Our Candela™ pulsed dye laser corrects skin discoloration using a concentrated beam of light that targets blood vessels in the skin. The light converts into heat, destroying the blood vessel while leaving the surrounding skin undamaged.
Men and women travel to Primera for laser skin treatments from Winter Park, Orlando, Tampa, Melbourne, Daytona Beach, and other Florida cities. Request a consultation today using the online form or call our office at
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Pulsed Dye Laser (Candela V-Beam) Before & After Photos
Case #740 | Pulse Dye Laser. This Orlando, FL woman had a severe Port Wine Stain birth mark on the right side of her face along with several hemangiomas. She received one treatment of the Pulse Dye Laser which helped to lighten the discoloration. The procedure is done as an outpatient with topical anesthesia, and possibly a light oral sedativ... Read More
Broken blood vessels. (Telangiectasias) This is a common condition in Florida due to sun damage and aging. The small capillaries in the face become dilated and more visible as the skin thins with age. Hereditary factors also play a role. Treatment with the Pulse Dye Laser from Candela can remove these red veins in ~ 3- 5 treatment... Read More
This 38-year-old man from Orlando, FL was bothered by facial veins on his nose (broken capillaries, telangiectasia, redness). Our nurse practitioner performed a series of Pulse Dye laser (Candela Smooth Beam) treatments to diminish their appearance. His after photo shows much improvement, and he's very pleased with his results. This can be a... Read More
Case #727 | Pulse Dye Laser | Orlando, FL: This Polk County patient was bitten by a dog and left with a noticeable scar on the left side of his nose and cheek. He received a series of 3 Pulse Dye Laser (Candela V Beam) treatments to reduce scarring, and his results show a marked improvement. His scar is now barely visible and skin color impro... Read More
Case# 331. Pulse Dye Laser. Rosacea with broken veins and capillaries on the nose. After treatment with the Pulse Dye Laser, the facial veins are gone. Several treatments may be required for resolution. Rosacea is a common condition that responds well to Pulse Dye Laser from Candela. This a common condition Men seek treatment for... Read More
Case# 869. Face Veins, Rosacea, Laser. This Orlando, FL woman developed face veins, capillaries and redness of the face consistent with Rosacea. A common dermatologic condition we see and treat. We treated her with the Candela Pulse Dye laser and the Icon IPL to achieve these results. Topical anesthetic cream is used to alleviate... Read More
Case #738 | Pulse Dye Laser | Orlando, FL: This 54-year-old woman had poikiloderma and cherry hemangiomas on her neck and chest. She received two treatments to the area with the Candela V-Beam Pulse Dye Laser The redness on her neck and chest is noticeably reduced, and she's very pleased with her results. There was no downtime. Read More
Pulse Dye Laser treatment reduces scar formation and softens scars. 3-5 sessions yield best results with no downtime. The Candela V-Beam Perfecta laser is the gold standard for these treatments. Results of Pulse Dye Laser treatment in Orlando by Dr. Edward Gross. Read More
Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.
How Much Does a Pulsed Dye Laser Skin Treatment Cost in Orlando?
A pulsed dye laser treatment typically costs $475 for a full face treatment at our Orlando-area practice, although the number of treatments required for your desired results depends on the condition being treated, the size of the treatment area, and other factors.
Proven Techniques, Outstanding Results
Dr. Gross uses the pulsed dye laser to treat conditions such as:
Port wine stains
Dilated veins on the nose and cheeks
Hemangiomas and other birthmarks
Poikiloderma (skin discoloration) of neck, such as telangiectasia
Ask Dr. Gross if a pulsed dye laser treatment best serves your needs. He may recommend an alternative treatment with either the Cynosure Icon® or YAG laser systems depending on your concerns.
Pulsed Dye Laser Treatments With a Facial Aesthetic Specialist
The pulsed dye laser’s versatility is almost unmatched when it comes to treating skin conditions. From correcting red and brown skin discoloration to eliminating virtually all vascular and pigmented lesions, the pulsed dye laser is a safe and extremely effective procedure. It features advanced micropulse technology, multiple handpieces for treating various spot sizes, and a patented Dynamic Cooling Device™ system, which reduces downtime by minimizing discomfort, purpura (post-treatment rash), and bruising.
This laser can be used for all ages and most skin types. You feel a slight warmth during the procedure, but an intermittent spray cools your skin to ensure your comfort.
From A Patient's Perspective
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Pulsed dye laser treatments don’t require anesthesia or injections. Treatments can be as short as a few minutes, depending on the size of the treated area, and most patients can return to work the same day.
Side effects are generally minimal and include temporary bruising and pigmentary changes. Before treatment, we recommend that you wear sunblock consistently for 1 month, as tanned skin blocks the laser light and results in a higher chance of side effects. Scarring is extremely rare with this laser.
Patients should avoid sun exposure for 2 weeks following their treatment. Moisturizer applied 2 to 3 times per day protects the skin and speeds healing. Sun protection also helps minimize the chance of pigmentary changes. Patients can wear makeup starting on day 2. If any crust forms, patients should not pick at it or try to remove it. Any bruising should fade relatively quickly over a 3- to 10-day period.
“This laser combines ‘cool touch technology’ with yellow light, which is very safe and prevents damage to surrounding tissue.”
— Dr. Gross