Lasertherapie bei Dermatologie im Schloßpalais München | Dr. von Bayern

Laser therapy at my Munich dermatology clinic

As in many oth­er branch­es of med­i­cine, it is these days impos­si­ble to imag­ine der­ma­tol­ogy with­out dif­fer­ent laser sys­tems. I use this ground-break­ing method of treat­ment in var­i­ous forms and emphases at my clin­ic, in order to offer my patients not only pre­cise and pin-point inter­ven­tions on the skin, but in par­tic­u­lar also the gen­tle, min­i­mal­ly stress­ful and large­ly side-effect-free treat­ment pos­si­ble using lasers.

The range is very wide. I would be pleased to offer you my well-found­ed exper­tise and advice on gen­tle laser ther­a­py for the skin and gen­i­tal area.

Flash lamps, IPL (intense pulsed light) in dermatology

Pulsed light sys­tems have become very impor­tant par­tic­u­lar­ly with­in the field of der­ma­tol­ogy over recent years. As a der­ma­tol­o­gist, these give me the option of flex­i­bly choos­ing the wave­length of the light as well as the irra­di­a­tion time. In this way, I can elim­i­nate cer­tain pig­men­ta­tions, hair or changes to the blood ves­sels of the epi­der­mis that are per­ceived as dis­turb­ing.

Laser and IPL treatments at my Munich dermatology clinic

I treat hae­man­giomas as well as port-wine stains (PWS) using the IPL sys­tem (Nordlys). I have gained pro­found exper­tise for this at the Depart­ment of Der­ma­tol­ogy of Regens­burg Uni­ver­si­ty. In com­par­a­tive stud­ies, it was con­firmed that this treat­ment method works bet­ter than a dye laser.

Fur­ther indi­ca­tions for IPL are enlarged blood ves­sels on the face (couper­ose) as they occur in rosacea and inflam­ma­to­ry acne. Also, pig­ment­ed changes such as age spots as well as annoy­ing hair can be gen­tly removed with the flash lamp.

To treat thick­er or deep­er ves­sels, the long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser is used, which is also used to treat nail fun­gus.

Using skin-remov­ing lasers (abla­tive Er:YAG and CO2 laser), actinic ker­atoses, warts such as senile warts and gen­i­tal warts, scars, syringo­mas and xan­the­las­ma can be eas­i­ly removed and wrin­kled skin and acne scars smoothed out with the frac­tion­at­ed hand­piece.

Brand new: vaginal tightening

Intrav­agi­nal laser ther­a­pies using frac­tion­at­ed Er:YAG and CO2 lasers are used for vagi­nal mucos­al atro­phy. Over time, there are struc­tur­al changes in the vagi­nal area and around the ure­thra. The col­la­gen fibres lose strength. Frac­tion­at­ed laser treat­ment leads to recon­struc­tion and tight­en­ing (col­la­gen shrink­ing) of the con­nec­tive tis­sue, which leads to reju­ve­na­tion and tight­en­ing of the vagi­nal wall. It improves vagi­nal dry­ness, reduces recur­ring infec­tions. Any slight uri­nary incon­ti­nence is also pos­i­tive­ly influ­enced.

This video shows you how vagi­nal thigh­t­en­ing works!