Diminish pigmented spots and reveal a luminously even complexion with the Excel V+ laser. Available at our Vaughan practice near Toronto, this innovative laser combines 2 clinically proven wavelengths (532/1064nm) to break up pigmentation and fade red, brown, and purple marks away.
What Does the Excel V+ Laser Treat?
The heat in the laser’s wavelengths targets the darker melanin and blood vessels, breaking them up and minimizing pigmentation. This treatment addresses concerns such as:
Broken blood vessels
Sunspots and freckles
If you have excessive redness or spider veins, you may also be a candidate for the VBeam pulsed dye laser. Those with texture concerns may opt to combine their treatment with Laser Genesis to address scarring, fine lines, and enlarged pores. One of our experienced laser technicians will recommend the best treatment for you during your in-depth skin consultation.
Get to KnowDr. Bertucci
As a globally renowned, board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Vince Bertucci has devoted his career to enriching the lives of people from all walks of life. Though he is a respected innovator, researcher, and educator, his patients are his highest priority. He welcomes each visitor with an a detailed consultation process and works collaboratively with them to develop a personalized, comprehensive treatment plan.
The device’s cooling system is designed to maximize your comfort during treatment. Sessions typically take between 15 and 30 minutes, depending on the size of your treatment area.
What Is Recovery Like After an Excel V+ Treatment?
Following your treatment, you can expect a bit of redness and sensitivity. However, most people are able to return to their usual routines right away. Many people only need one session, but you may need multiple treatments to see your best results.
Call Bertucci MedSpa at
(905) 850-4415 or request a consultation online to find out more about what the Excel V+ laser can do for you. Bertucci MedSpa is located in Woodbridge, Ontario and serves men and women from Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Aurora, Thornhill, Mississauga, Barrie, and all of greater Toronto.