Laser therapy is the most common and relevant option in our time, and all because the procedure is painless, since lasers have a cold skin protection system, which means that anesthesia is not needed. Suitable for both adults and children. The laser, heating the hemangioma, causes the vessels to stick together, the formation resolves, without marks on the skin. The procedure does not take place in one stage, usually in 4-6 weeks. This method is very convenient due to the possibility of removing large hemangioma. Any place is accessible to the laser, for example, the eyelids.
Liquid nitrogen is applied. In the process, due to the low temperature, the hemangioma cells die off, but a small bubble remains that cannot be pierced, it will heal on its own. In some cases, ointment is used for the fastest effect. The disadvantage of this treatment is in the speck that will remain. At first it will be pink, and then almost invisible.
It is carried out with the help of the drug "Prednisolone". It is used in rare cases when the location of the hemangioma in a child affects the vital organs: respiration, vision. This treatment option is designed for auxiliary use. Surgical intervention.
A very ancient method of treatment, since radiation doses seriously affect not only hemangiomas, but also the functions of the human body as a whole. However, there are places where hemangiomas are located, where other methods cannot be dispensed with. For example, eye socket.