Cosmetic Dermatology - Port-Wine Stains and Vascular Malformations
Vascular malformations occur in a number of forms and can occur at birth or develop during one’s lifetime. Types of vascular malformations include angiokeratoma, cherry angioma, hemangioma, port-wine stains, pyogenic granuloma and telangiectasias, among others.
In addition to being an emotional stressor, vascular lesions can lead to functional impairment. The UC Davis cosmetic dermatology service offers effective and safe treatments such as laser and light source procedures for patients of all ages.
If you would like to discuss minimizing the appearance of your vascular lesions, please request a consultation to speak with our cosmetic dermatologists. Please call 916-734-6111 or 800-770-9282.
Cosmetic dermatology procedures
Laser and light source procedures
- Laser hair removal
- Laser skin resurfacing
- Fractional laser treatment
- Photofacial and light source rejuvenation
- Laser vein treatment
Barbara Burrall, M.D.
Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology and Director of Pigmented Lesions Clinic
Melanoma, pigmented lesions, general dermatologyFull Bio