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What Vbeam Perfecta Is For

Vbeam® Perfecta is a must-have laser with over 20 FDA cleared indications.

Safe. Easy to use. Proven time and again for treatment of a wide array of vascular, pigmented, and certain non-pigmented lesions, with a low incidence of side effects and outstanding performance characteristics make VBeam Perfecta a smart investment for any serious dermatologist. Just look at all the ways your practice can use the Vbeam Perfecta pulsed-dye laser (PDL). 

Vbeam Perfecta is the gold standard, and one of the world's best selling pulsed-dye lasers for the following indications: 

  • Rosecea 
  • Efficient purpura-free treatments 
  • Facial telangiectasia 
  • Nasal telangiectasia 
  • Wrinkles
  • Leg veins 
  • Telangectatic matting 
  • Poikiloderma
  • Photo-rejuvenation
  • Dyschromia
  • Benign pigmented lesions
  • Post-procedural bruising 
  • Inflammatory acne vulgaris
  • Benign vascular lesions 

Indications where purpura is a desired endpoint:

  • Port wine stains 
  • Spider angioma 
  • Scars
  • Cherry angioma 
  • Hemangioma 
  • Venous lakes
  • Warts (non-facial) 
  • Striae
  • Psoriasis

Key Benefits of Vbeam Perfecta

Do more for your patients with Vbeam Perfecta.

  1. Results without compromise through the Vbeam Perfecta lasers unique combination of advanced technologies:
    • Micropulse PDL Technology enables you to treat with or without purpura

    • Perfecta’s 595 nm wavelength perfectly blends depth of penetration into tissue and high absorption of hemoglobin1

    • Our distinctive, cryogen-based Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™) is operator-independent and scales with fluence to consistently protect the epidermis

  2. Use 595 nm to treat tough discolorations and abnormalities, including reds, superficial browns, and even the most resistant vascular lesions.
Vbeam Perfecta Product Features

Wide variety of treatment spot sizes and distance gauges 

  • 3 x 10, 3, 5, 7, 10 & 12 mm treatment spots for vascular lesions 
  • 7 & 10 mm compression hand piece for pigmented lesions 

Ergonomic handpiece

  • Contoured design reduces wrist strain and increases operator comfort 
  • Compact size is comfortable for smaller hands 
  • One-piece, quick-disconnect spot cartridge distance gauges are easy to insert, remove and clean 
  • Microchip in distance gauge calibrates system to correct spot size 

Intuitive touchscreen 

  • SMART User Interface with Guided Mode 
  • Presets for a wide variety of vascular and pigmented lesion indications
  • Seamless direct access to settings for expert users

Full range energy output 

  • All pulse widths 
  • All treatment spot sizes

Distinctive DCD™ Cooling 

  • Saves time
  • Operator-independent
  • Scales with fluence

Before & After Photos

Seeing is believing: Look at these clinical results.


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The Vbeam Perfecta PDL is your key to unlocking massive market potential.

1 in 10

people suffer from rosacea2

Graph illustrating the estimated 52 million wrinkle treatment patients.

52 million

estimated patients for wrinkle treatments3,4

What makes Perfecta a perennial best-seller?

Let a Candela product expert show you how the one of world’s best-selling PDL can help propel your business forward.


Product Specifications

Laser TypePulsed Dye
Wavelength595 nm
Pulse0.45-40 ms
Spot Sizes (diameter) with
maximum energy
3 mm - 40 J/cm2
5 mm - 30 J/cm2
7 mm - 20 J/cm2
10 mm - 10 J/cm2
12 mm - 7 J/cm2
3x10 mm - 25 J/cm2
7 mm PL - 15 J/cm2
10 mm PL - 10 J/cm2
Beam DeliveryLens-coupled 3 m optical fiber with handpiece
Pulse ControlFinger switch, foot switch
Dimensions43" H x 16" W x 30" D (109 cm x 40 cm x 76 cm)
Weight290 lbs. (132 kg)
Electrical230 V 50/60 Hz, single phase, 18A
Optional Dynamic Cooling Device
Integrated controls, cryogen container and handpiece with distance gauge
CryogenHFC 134a
DCD Spray DurationUser adjustable range: 20-100 ms
DCD Delay DurationUser adjustable range: 10-100 ms
DCD Post Spray DurationUser adjustable range: 0-50 ms


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  3. 2013 U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, June 2014. 
  4. Internal Syneron Candela Estimation.