Cherry spots may develop anywhere. They rarely cause problems but that doesn't mean you have to put up with their somewhat unsightly appearance.
The problem of cherry spots
Cherry spots are abnormalities of tiny blood vessels in the skin. There are two main types. Named after the British surgeon who first described them, Campbell de Morgan spots may be raised and generally occur in middle age. Spider Naevi radiate from a central point giving a characteristic spidery appearance.
Cherry spots are small bright red spots. They often occur on the body or face, although they can appear anywhere. They may be slightly raised above the surrounding skin.
Treatment for cherry spots
Our laser treatments are very effective for cherry spots.
Laser cherry spot sessions last about 30 minutes for an area up to about 10cm x 10cm. Typically 1 - 3 treatment sessions are required spaced at intervals of 4 - 6 weeks.
A mild stinging may be felt during treatment with some redness and warming which fades quickly afterwards.
Effective treatment depends on properly assessing your needs. We offer a FREE consultation to do that. Why not book yours today?
|Subsequent Spots||£30 per spot|