LASER VEIN TREATMENT
- Facial Vein Treatments
- Leg Vein Treatments
- Spider Vein Removal
- Hemangiomas (Face, Legs & Body)
Laser vein treatment is a proven, noninvasive method of diminishing or eliminating spider veins, cherry hemangiomas, rosacea and other types of telangiectasias1,2,3 . In the last several years it has become a treatment of choice for treating unsightly broken and dilated vessels on the face and legs.
Spider veins on the face and legs bother millions of people. Spider veins are red, blush or purple veins that can result from sun exposures, use of oral contraception, hormone therapy, the aging process, or heredity.
- How Does Laser Vein Treatments Work?
- Lasers produce a beam of highly concentrated light that is absorbed by hemoglobin in the dilated blood vessel. It causes the blood to coagulate and the unwanted vessel to gradually disappear.
- How Soon Will I See The Results?
- Results are seen within three to four weeks after the treatment. That is how long it takes for the body to dissolve the coagulated vessel.
- How Many Laser Vein Treatments Are Needed?
- Typically, one to three laser vein treatments are needed. Treatments can be done every four to eight weeks apart. Cherry hemangiomas (red dots on the body) usually only require one or two treatments. Laser vein treatments are often combined with Sclerotherapy for optimal results.
- Are Laser Vein Treatments Painful?
- Clients describe the sensation from the laser vein treatment as if the rubber band is being snapped against the skin. For further comfort, we may apply topical anesthetic cream to numb treatment area and cold compresses after the treatment is complete. No recovery time is needed. Clients return to normal daily activity immediately after the treatment. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is available to answer all your questions and will help you select the best treatment option.
Call 888.850.5225 to arrange a Free Laser Vein Treatment Consultation.
Disclaimer: The information on this web page is a general description of a medical treatment and does not provide result guarantees. Individual results may vary.