Volume 11 - Issue 8 - August 2003

T elangiectasia is one of the most common conditions that dermatologist treat, and the pulsed dye laser is generally considered the treatment of choice for this condition. However, recent developments in laser technologies offer alternatives to the pulsed dye laser and hold the promise of allowing physicians to treat difficult cases that they had, until recently, been unable to address. In addition, new techniques and methodologies for using lasers and other light sources, sometimes in tandem, have also shown promise for treating difficult cases and even improving the results for more treata