Excel V™

What specific conditions does Excel V treat?

Excel V has been shown effective at treating a number of conditions, including rosacea, spider veins, leg veins, port wine stains, cherry angiomas and benign pigmented lesions such as sunspots. Excel V treats mild and severe forms of these conditions. The system may also have a cosmetic benefit for patients who have skin lesions or scars from past injuries or surgeries.

How is the procedure performed?

After an initial consultation, your physician will determine if treatment with the Excel V is appropriate. Unlike other procedures, injections or topical anesthesia are not required throughout the duration of the 15 – 30-minute procedure. Depending on the condition, the physician passes the Excel V handpiece over the affected areas of the skin until the abnormal vessels diminish2. To minimize discomfort and protect the patient’s skin, the Excel V uses a proprietary cooling mechanism.

How many treatments are needed?

The number of treatments depends on various parameters, including the size, thickness, and color of the vascular lesion. Superficial vascular lesions are usually easiest to treat; some patients might see significant improvement after just one treatment. However, two or more treatments may be needed to achieve desired results. Since individual results vary, ask your medical professional about your specific condition.

Do the treatments hurt?

Most patients experience a stinging sensation as the pulses of energy are delivered through the handpiece. Although no local anesthesia or pain medication is typically required, some patients opt to use a topical anesthetic prior to treatment. Following the treatment, the pain is minimal to nonexistent.

What are the possible side effects?

Although many patients report few if any side effects, those most commonly noticed are slight reddening and swelling of the skin. Some patients may experience bruising and, in rare instances, blistering may occur. Consult with your medical professional for complete information on the benefits and risks of treatment.

When will I see results?

Most patients find that the majority of the treated veins have shown significant improvement within two to six weeks of treatment. However, your final results may not be apparent for several months.

How much does an Excel V treatment cost?

Excel V costs vary depending on the size of the area and the condition being treated. Talk with your practitioner to learn more about treatment fees.

For more information on Excel V, please visit www.ExcelV.com