20 December 2012

A type of telangiectasia,  that involves neck and upper chest skin and is caused by a combination of ultraviolet exposure and sensitisation to many chemicals including perfumes.
In this condition, neck skin shows telangiectasia (multiple small blood vessels), pigmentation and atrophy (thinning).

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment is near ideal for this problem as it is effective against both the vascular and pigmentary problems. A course of four to six treatments is usually adequate for a very good result.
(please see the section on Facial Telangiectasia for more information on IPL).

For more information please contact me at info@pclscoffsharbour.com.au

Dr Chandran Arianayagam

About The Author - Dr Chandran Arianayagam

Dr Chandran Arianayagam is an internationally trained Specialist Plastic Surgeon. Based in Coffs Harbour since January 1995, he has trained and worked in India, Malaysia, the United Kingdom, United States and Australia. He brings 30 years of experience and expertise to the Mid-North Coast region.

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