The New Gold Standard for Vascular
Reds, Browns, Purples, and Blues
Vascular lesions are a type of common skin concern, affecting up to 50% of individuals aged 18 years and older1. Furthermore, with over 40% of the population susceptible to pigmentary concerns2, these conditions, whether chronic or cosmetic, can have a serious effect on people’s quality of life and well-being.2
The award-winning excel V was developed based on feedback from leading physicians worldwide. A solid-state laser system that incorporates two proven wavelengths – 532 nm and 1064 nm – to address more than 20 unique indications on all skin type. The excel V laser system features the broadest set of capabilities for treating the widest range of superficial to deep vascular conditions, benign pigmented lesions and skin revitalization concerns.
- Laser Genesis
- Diffuse redness
- Veins, facial
- Veins, leg
- Veins, periorbital
- Port wine stains
- Venous malformations
- Inflammatory acne
- Benign pigmented lesions
- Age/brown spots
- Small area hair removal
- Acne scars
Not all applications are approved in all geographies. Consult the Operator Manual for the indications approved in your area.
excel V Technology
The combination of high-performance dual wavelengths (532/1064) and the proprietary long-pulsed Nd:YAG technology provides faster, more efficient clearing of targeted lesions.
The highly absorbed 532 nm wavelength has proven effective for a variety of on superficial vascular lesions. It is especially effective on conditions including rosacea, diffuse redness, and telangiectasias.
The 1064 nm Nd:YAG wavelength expands treatment capabilities to include deeper darker vascular lesions including leg and periorbital veins as well as venous lakes and venous malformations. The Nd:YAG is also utilized to perform Cutera’s signature Laser Genesis procedure.
In a split face, side-by-side clinical study published in the Journal Dermatologic Surgery*, the 532 nm KTP laser system was at least as effective as, if not more than, the 595 nm pulsed-dye laser in all study participants with facial telangiectasia and telangiectatic erythema (redness). The same study also demonstrated that the 532 nm KTP laser system provided faster, more efficient clearing of targeted lesions and improved patient comfort.
* N. Uebelhoer, DO, M. Bogle, MD, B. Stewart, CCRC, K. Arndt, MD & J. Dover, MD, FRCPC, FRCO; A Split-Face Comparison Study of Pulsed 532-nm KTP Laser and 595-nm Pulsed Dye Laser in the Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia and Diffuse Telangiectatic Facial Erythema. Dermatol. Sur., 33:441-448 (2007).
Consider the numerous cases requiring correction of red, purple, blue and brown lesions. Capable of more than 20 unique indications on every skin type, the excel V laser system features the broadest set of capabilities for treating the widest range of vascular and benign pigmented lesions. This has earned the excel V spider vein laser machine a devoted following among dermatologists and medical aesthetic practitioners around the globe.
excel V specifications
The excel V’s premium sapphire contact cooling provides visibility through a large treatment window and continuous cooling before, during and after each pulse of the laser, giving your patients the highest level of comfort and protection. The excel V contact cooling temperature can be adjusted which allows providers to address superficial and deeper concerns such as pigmentation and poikiloderma civatte.
excel V Handpieces
Ergonomically designed with ease of use in mind, the CoolView handpiece delivers both the 532 and 1064 nm wavelength and features a zoom spot-size capability quick, efficient spot sizes adjustments from 2-12 mm. The CoolView integrated sapphire cooling optimizes patient comfort and safety by providing pre, parallel and post bulk cooling.
Specifically designed for Cutera’s signature laser genesis procedure, the Genesis V handpiece delivers gentle micro-pulses that target microvasculature and stimulate collagen remodeling, improving the appearance of wrinkles, diffuse redness and other noticeable signs of aging.