Angiomas are [AT1] red spots that commonly occur on the body and are benign growths.
Angiomas are noncancerous skin growths that result from the overgrowth of blood vessels. They can occur anywhere on the body and are typically red, purple, or blue in color. These growths are generally harmless but can be a cause of concern due to their appearance. Angiomas come in various types, each with its unique characteristics.
Although angiomas are medically harmless, their cosmetic impact can be a source of concern for some individuals. Removal is achievable with many options, one being treatment with a non-invasive vascular laser known as the Vantage XEO 1064 laser, typically requiring just one or at most two treatments. This virtually painless method boasts no downtime and can be completed in a single visit, regardless of the number of angiomas present on the face and/or body.