Vbeam® Prima

Skin Rejuvenation and Spot Treatment with Vbeam®Prima

Vbeam® Prima, which is approved by FDA, is the first laser developed for the treatment of vascular problems. Vbeam® Prima has the most advanced technology in the world and has proven to be reliable and effective in various vascular treatments through years of studies. Vbeam® Prima has a wide range of treatment with its positive results in many other inflammatory skin diseases and its use for cosmetic purposes.

The gold standard Vbeam®Prima has a feature that can be developed according to changing needs with its new generation technology in three different configurations. The pigment lesion cap targets and removes brown spots in the epidermis without purpura to disrupt blood vessels under the skin. Vbeam® Prima eliminates the healing period by preventing purpura or bruising with advanced micro-pulse technology via multiple heads.

Patented Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™) provides consistent, reproducible epidermal cooling and comfortable application for patients.

Areas of Use of Vbeam® Prima

  • Reducing wrinkles and lines
  • Skin tightening
  • Improving skin color differences
  • Stimulation of collagen production
  • Acne scars
  • Acne vulgaris
  • Vascular lesions
  • Warts
  • Scars left after trauma or surgical process
  • Port-wine stain (childhood hemangioma redness)
  • Rosacea
  • Telangiectasia, angioma


Why is Vbeam® Prima more advantageous? 

Vbeam® Prima is FDA approved. The system helps safe and effective removal of many indications such as birthmarks, rosacea and scars, causing the change of dermatological treatments. Vbeam® Prima, which is the gold standard in today’s laser technology, is successfully used in all applications such as bruising, scars removal, stretch mark and acne treatments after fillers.

Who can benefit from Vbeam® Prima Application?

Anyone who has unwanted redness, rosacea, wine stains, vascular lesions and capillary problems is a good candidate for this application. This laser is also effective in removing bruises after surgery or minimal invasive processes. In addition to the redness associated with acne, the treatment of red stretch marks and scars is accomplished with satisfying results.

How many sessions are required for Vbeam® Prima application?

The number of treatments and session intervals vary depending on the skin problem. While treatment intervals of 4-8 weeks are preferred for congenital vascular problems, treatment of stretch marks is recommended to be carried out with intervals of 2-4 weeks.


Are applications with Vbeam® Prima painful?

The pain always varies from one person to another, but most patients find this treatment only mildly discomfortable and very tolerable. Anesthetic cream is not used in treatment, but by means of the integrated cooling system, patients treated with Vbeam® Prima state that they experienced minimal discomfort during treatment.


What are the side effect of applications with Vbeam® Prima?

Redness and mild swelling may occur and these effects last 1-3 days. Albeit at a low probability, bruising may occur, and may last several days to 1 week.