Skin bruises can take a long time to heal. Following a trauma or procedure, bruises may take two weeks or longer to disappear. If you’ve just had a cosmetic injectable procedure, you may feel self conscious returning to work or social activities with visible bruises. Laser treatment can effectively fade bruises and accelerate the healing process – so you can get back to the things you love doing, bruise-free.
- Surgical Bruising
- Injectable Bruising
- Trauma Bruising
What It Treats
Laser treatment with the excel® V+ from CUTERA can effectively treat a wide range of bruises, including surgical bruising, injectable bruising, and trauma bruising.
How It Works
In the past, patients could only rely on creams and lotions like Arnica to try to help with bruising. Today, it’s possible to treat bruising as soon as it’s detected to effectively fade the bruises, with fast results. The excel® V+ is a vascular laser that uses focused light to target blood vessels and treat bruises more quickly and effectively than traditional methods do.
Depending on your skin sensitivity, laser treatment on your bruising may be uncomfortable, but we do everything we can to prioritize your comfort during treatments. The sensation is commonly described as a small rubber band snapping against the skin.
What is it?
Laser treatment with the excel® V+ effectively fades and treats various types of bruising.
What does it treat?
Surgical bruising, injectable bruising, and trauma bruising.
How does it work?
Laser treatment uses focused light to target blood vessels and fade bruises.
What is the procedure like?
Laser treatment may be uncomfortable, but treatments are quick, and we do everything we can to prioritize patient comfort. Some of our patients liken laser treatment to a tiny rubber band snapping against the skin.
How many treatments are needed?
This depends on your type of bruising. Lighter bruises can effectively fade in 24 hours.
How long does a treatment last?
Results are long lasting.
What can I expect after my procedure?
Bruises will fade in 24 hours to several days, depending on the severity of your bruise.
Starting at $150
No downtime needed
Number of Treatment
1-3 (dependent on the type of bruise)