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Venous lake healing time

venous lake healing time

How long is the venous lake healing time? Venous lake healing time varies due to many factors. Some of those are known and some are unknown. To learn more about our venous lake treatments check out our link! What is the typical healing time for a venous lake? We tell al our patient that the […]

Venous lake healing

venous lake healing

Venous lake healing time Venous lake healing time varies from person to person. This is one of the top questions people want to know so we will cover some of the factors here. To learn much more about these lesions check out our venous lake page. Venous lake healing time factors There are many factors […]

Venous lake 2 week healing

venous lake 2 week healing

How does a venous lake heal?  Venous lake 2 week healing Want to know what venous lake 2 week healing looks like?  Check out our photo below or click the link at the bottom for more before and after venous lake lesions. A little history of our treatment of the venous lake. We have been […]

Venous lake corner lip


Venous lake in the lip corner – Laser treatment Jacob called our office with what he believed from his internet research was a venous lake lesion.  He lives in New Jersey so he would need to travel quite a distance to see us.  In cases where people are not local, we have them take several […]

Venous lake lower lip

venous lake lower lip before and after

Venous lake lower lip treatment with laser Do you have a venous lake on your lower lip?  This is a procedure we complete in office with one visit.  The results speak for themselves, so check out our before and after section.  Almost all of our after photos are phone pictures since the patients travel to […]

Two venous lake lesions

venous lake

Two venous lake lesions treated Another patient decided to make the drive and have us treat his venous lake lesions.  I thought I would share this case as it was interesting that he had two rather large lesions.  Typically when we are treating someone with a venous lake, after careful inspection, we are able to […]

Venous lake treatment with Laser


Venous lake on your lip? Venous lake is a venous malformation, often in the lower lip, that we believe results from trauma and some genetic factor.  The venous lake laser treatment for your blue lip lesion is a common procedure in our office. Do you have a blue bump on your lip?  Has it grown […]

Laser treatment of Venous Lake lesion


A Venous Lake is a small vascular lesion most commonly seen on the lower lip.  It does not necessitate removal and is of no medical risk to the individual that has it.  A definitive way to ensure that it is a venous lake formation and not something else is to place pressure on it and […]

Blue spot on lip

blue spot on lip

Blue spot on lip? Blue spot on lip and looking for a treatment? It may be a venous lake that we treat on a regular basis with one of our dental lasers. Blue spot on lip treatment For more information on venous lake treatment check our page on venous lake lesions. The basics are that […]

Little blue bump on lip

little blue bump on lip

Little blue bump on lip? What is that little blue bump on your lip? Little blue bump on lip is a term some will use to search when they have a venous lake. People often describe their venous lake as a little blue bump on lip. So, what is a venous lake? A venous lake […]

Freckle on lip removal

Freckle on lip removal cost

Looking for a freckle on lip removal procedure? Freckle on lip removal procedure is simple and quick with our state of the art Solea CO2 laser. Although treatment is the same, the venous lake is very similar to a freckle. We remove a lot of venous lakes from lips as well. How do we do a […]

Blood blister on lip

blood blister on lip

Blood blister on lip that won’t go away? Blood blister on lip that won’t go away is probably not a blood blister at all but a venous lake. Venous lakes are common venous malformations that look like blood blisters but they do not go away and actually slowly grow over the years. Blood blister on […]