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Treating pigmented skin lesions, vascular lesions, and raised Fibromas
...without the risk of a laser!


For quick and effective removal of unsightly facial blemishes, skin tags, and distended capillaries.


A new technology provides a means to quickly, and easily remove vascular lesions such as cherry angiomas, subcutaneous deposits, and skins tags found on the face and body. This treatment yields superior results when compared to other electronic devices that commonly cause scarring and hypo or hyperpigmentation. When compared to laser treatment, our treatment produces similar results without the intense pain, bruising, or high treatment costs.

There is a better way!  By using very low levels of Radio Frequency (RF) and DC currents simultaneously to electrocoagulate the vessel, and without desiccating surrounding tissue, blemishes are permanetly removed. This treatment is self-limiting and vessel specific, resulting in minimal skin reaction. Low treatment energy does not adversely affect the dermis to cause scarring or any other major reaction.

The Treatment offers a phoresis mode to:

  • Calm the skin and reduce swelling

  • May Increase penetration of "ampule" and other skin care products

  • Helps Facilitate disencrustation treatments.

Is skin penetration by a needle necessary?
No! A non-invasive sterile probe is placed on the skin surface above the vessel to be treated. There is no pressure or penetration of the skin during treatment.

How is the non-invasive procedure done?
The surface of the skin is cleansed and prepped. A fine tipped sterile probe is placed on the surface of the skin. Low level RF and DC current is passed through the probe to the vessel. The blood in the tiny vessel is clotted or coagulated and stops flowing. With the proper post treatment care the vessel is naturally absorbed into the surrounding tissue. Typically, within three to four weeks the blemish disappears, not to return.

What about post treatment care?
The treatment electrocoagulates each tiny vessel and the blood stops flowing. You need to pay attention not to disturb the treated vessels for 24 hours.  With proper care, the treated vessel will tend to look darker the next day. This is normal and a good sign that the vessel was properly treated. 

What are Vascular Blemishes?
Broken capillaries and spider veins are classified as "telangiectasias". There are many different names associated with these lesions. The aesthetic term "couperose skin" refers to dialated capillaries. Capillaries under the eye or around the nose as well as the neck or upper chest are vascular blemishes which are treatable.

The round red dots are sometimes called "blood moles", and can appear nearly anywhere on the body.

Any lesion that is questioned as posible cancer will be refered for medical care.

How long does the treatment take?
Most blemishes are removed in seconds. Depending on the number of capillaries most conditions can be successfully and permanently treated in one ten to fifteen minute treatment.

What other methods can be used to treat vascular blemishes?
Many physicians use a hyfrecation device. A hyfrecator applies a high voltage of RF (radio frequency) current to the surface of the skin. This method tends to be very painful and often scars surrounding tissue. Another method is laser treatment. Although painful and very expensive, the appropriate laser used with a highly skilled technician can be effective in treating vascular blemishes.

How did I get vascular blemishes?
Heredity seems to be the most popular theory. It is noted that those with fair skin have a higher incidence of telangiectasia while more olive complexions have few problems. Other contributing theories include age, hormones, sun exposure, alcohol consumption and other predisposing medical conditions. Trauma to the skin may also cause telegiectasia to develop. Whatever their origin, these vascular blemishes can be removed easily and permanently without a laser.

 No more hiding!  All those little anoying things can be eliminated with little to no down time.

 Skin Tags - What are They?

Skin Tags are a small tag of skin that may have a stalk (a peduncle). Skin tags may appear on the skin almost anywhere although the favorite locales are the eyelids, neck, armpits (axillae), upper chest, and groin.   They are hamless and do not become cancerous or malignant.

Can they be removed? Yes! Skin tags, no matter where they are located on the body can be treated in minutes. The skin tag is treated at and around the base of the tag with the probe and fall off within 3 or 4 days.

Is the procedure safe?
Typically, these small blemishes are superficial and can be treated with a sterile, disposable probe. Electrocoagulation has been used safely for years to remove vascular blemishes.

Does it hurt?
Some experience a "pinprick" sensation that can be midly uncomfortable. However when a topical anesthetic cream is applied to the area the skin discomfort is lessened, and very tolerable.

 Blemish free skin at last!


    For a lifetime of Healthy Skin!

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Providence, Utah

...just south of Logan Utah

In the Beautiful Rocky Mountains!


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Medical Esthetic facial treatments may require indirect supervision of our Physician, Dr. Lori Welter.


Serving: Logan Ut, Brigham City Ut, Tremonton Ut, Preson Id, Providence Ut, Millville Ut, Nibley Ut, Hyrum Ut, Wellsville Ut, Mendon Ut, North Logan Ut, Hyde Park Ut, Smithfield Ut, Richmond Ut, Lewiston Ut, Clarkston Ut, Newton Ut, Ogden Ut, Franklin Id

For reference only: Dermal Dimensions is not a Medical Dermatology or Plastic Surgeons office for the care skin diseases or surgery. We offer Advanced Skin and Facial Care rejuvenation for acne, scarring, aging, and photo-damaged skin. When needed we refer patients to Budge Clinic,   Dr. Nathan Hansen,  Dr. Kelly Hubbard, and Dr. Cort McCaughey. Dr. Robert Young~ Rocky Mountain Dermatology, Dr. Blaine Andersen – Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Casey Isom – Plastic Surgeon.