Laser Spider Vein Reduction

January 13th, 2013 | | Tags:

What are spider veins, exactly? They are small veins that are near the surface of the skin. Typically, they are tiny – less than 1 millimeter in diameter, appearing red or blue-ish in color. Most commonly, they are present on the face or legs, however, they could also show on other parts of the body. They do not cause any raising of the skin and there are no bumps, which differentiates spider veins from varicose veins. Moreover, they do not impede the circulation of blood, due to their superficial nature. […]

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Vein Therapy

January 9th, 2013 | | Tags:

If you suffer from broken capillaries, rosy cheeks, leg veins, or red freckles (cherry angiomas) laser treatments can provide safe and effective alternatives you have been looking for. Benign vascular lesions are overgrown enlarged blood vessels or multiple small vessels. Medical laser and intense pulsed light technology provide a non-invasive, no “down time” treatments for these benign skin conditions. How Does It Work? The vessels are treated by targeting the red blood cells and coagulating the vessel, making it no longer visible. The laser is safe and effective because of […]

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