Introduction: Congenital vascular malformations up to know, have their best results with dye laser. We associate, in single equipment, long pulse Nd:Yag 1064 nm laser and intense pulsed light, for simultaneous treatment of the superficial and deep lesions. Methods: Seventeen patients were treated with the association described in an office basis with topical anesthesia only at monthly intervals by the same surgeon. The equipment utilized was the Synchro Platform (DEKA) with a 4 mm diameter spot size and fluency of 110 J/cm2 for the ND:Yag 1064 nm laser. For the intense pulsed light was utilized a 550 nm cutoff filter with a 46 x 10mm spot size and 21 J/cm2 as fluency, divided in two shots. Results were evaluated through clinical and photographical analysis together with the patient. Results: Among the seventeen patients treated, four results were considered excellent, nine, good, four, regular and none insufficient. Conclusion: The treatment can adequately be done in an office basis with topical anesthesia. Association of the two different technologies got a satisfactory result and it is probably one more technique for treating such lesions.
Keywords: Laser coagulation. Capillaries/Abnormalities. Hemangioma.