LASER SPIDER VEIN TREATMENT
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"Sherry is always honest about what she thinks is best for me. Less is more. She is also very talented with fillers and uses them skillfully."
– Lori McBride
If you are one of millions of women bothered by spider veins - those small yet unsightly clusters of red, blue or purple veins that most commonly appear on the thighs, calves and ankles - worry no more! It is estimated that at least half of the adult female population is plagued with this common cosmetic problem. This revolutionary advance in technology diminishes or eliminates spider veins from the face and body without injections or pain. In fact, there is very little downtime. This patented technique is called photothermolysis, and uses heat energy to target abnormal veins. In most cases two treatments are sufficient, however up to five treatments may be necessary. The good news...it is permanent!
$50 per small area
Common treatment areas are around the nose, as well as other facial areas, chest, and legs.
SCLEROTHERAPY VEIN TREATMENT
Sclerotherapy is another option for treating spider veins. In this simple procedure, veins are injected with a sclerosing solution, which causes them to collapse and fade from view. The procedure may also remedy the bothersome symptoms associated with spider veins, including aching, burning, swelling and night cramps.
Although this procedure has been used in Europe for more than fifty years, it has only become popular in the United States during the past decade. The introduction of sclerosing agents that are mild enough to be used in small veins has made sclerotherapy predictable and relatively painless.
Sclerotherapy can enhance your appearance and your self confidence, but it's unrealistic to believe that every affected vein will disappear completely as a result of treatment. After each sclerotherapy session, the veins will appear lighter. Two or more sessions are usually required to achieve optimal results.
You should also be aware that the procedure treats only those veins that are currently visable; it does nothing to permanently alter the venous system or prevent new veins from surfacing in the future.
$100 per area