Aesthetic Conditions

Cherry Angiomas


Cherry Angiomas

Cherry angiomas are mainly a cosmetic nuisance, although they can become irritated and bleed from trauma. If left alone, cherry angiomas will remain on the skin indefinitely. There is some evidence that family history and hormonal changes play a role in their development.

Cherry Angiomas

What are my treatment options?

We offer minimally invasive options for the treatment of cherry angiomas: Cutera Excel® V and Veinwave™. Both of these treatments target the underlying blood vessels, causing them to heat up and close down. During the healing process you can expect a small scab where the cherry angioma was. This scab will fall off in about a week. Large angiomas that have been present for a long time may require more than one treatment session.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are cherry angiomas dangerous?

Does treatment hurt?

Does insurance cover treatment?

Is there any downtime from treatment?

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