Spider Vein Removal
Sclerotherapy involves the injection of a solution into each affected vein, causing the vein to collapse and fade.
Enhancing your appearance with spider vein treatment
If you sometimes avoid showing your legs because you have spider veins — those small clusters of red, blue or purple veins that appear on the thighs, calves and ankles — you are not alone. It’s estimated that at least half of all women are bothered by this common cosmetic problem.
If you would like to eliminate your spider veins and improve your appearance, your plastic surgeon can help. Today there are very effective, safe and relatively painless methods available for eradicating spider veins.
In some women, spider veins become noticeable in their early 20s. For others, the veins may not become obvious until they reach their 40s. Men get spider veins, too. However, usually they are concealed by hair growth on the leg.
A number of factors may contribute to the development of spider veins in the legs, including:
- Hormonal shifts
- Weight gain
- Occupations or activities that require prolonged sitting or standing
Is it right for me?
Spider vein treatment is a highly individualized procedure. Spider vein treatment can be performed on people of any age and is a good option for you if:
- You are bothered by spider veins anywhere on your body
- You have a positive outlook and realistic goals for your spider vein treatment
- You are committed to following your plastic surgeon’s prescribed course of treatment
Hair Reduction Treatment
Replace waxing, electrolysis, shaving, and bleaching with laser hair removal.
This non-invasive procedure is performed to reduce undesirable hair and hair growth from most parts of the body. It involves a laser that targets the active hair follicles and through a series of treatments will greatly reduce hair growth in these areas.
Hair grows in cycles so at any given time some follicles are growing and others are not. Thus, it is necessary to have several treatments in order to ensure that all hair follicles have been treated. This generally takes 3 to 4 treatments for a given area.