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Ultherapy® -- the only FDA-approved, non-invasive neck lift -- tightens loose skin on the face and neck.

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Cosmetic Procedures

VariLite Laser Treatment for Facial Redness
  
 The VariLite Laser is designed to reduce the appearance of facial veins, redness and benign vascular lesions. It treats vessels without the bruising typically associated with previous laser models. It delivers an intense light that is specifically absorbed by the targeted pigmented lesions or blood vessels. These unwanted cells are broken down by the heat and then reabsorbed by the body during the healing process. Healthy untargeted skin remains intact. The VariLite Laser effectively treats broken blood vessels, rosacea, brown spots, and spider veins


           Before and After VariLite Laser Treatment
                  VariLite Laser, Facial Veins, Rosacea

Dr. Kaplan was the first in Ventura County to have this laser!

Treatment sessions typically take about 10-15 minutes. A pen-like handpiece is used to direct a beam of laser light to the targeted area. Patients are advised to remove make-up in the treatment area and to avoid heavy sun exposure prior to scheduling a treatment.

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Facial Veins
  Before After
Facial Veins Camarillo



Facial Redness
  Before After
Facial Redness Camarillo



Rosacea
  Before After
Rosacea Camarillo Ventura
    Photos courtesy of Iridex