Blood Veins Safe, Effective and Minimally Invasive
Clear Away Blood Veins and get your confidence back.
Long-pulse lasers offer the perfect solution for treating vascular lesions. The laser penetrates to a depth of 5-6 mm into the skin, allowing for highly effective treatments. This process is perfectly safe as other healthy veins supply blood to the treated area and the body’s immune system clears away the dead tissue just as with a bruise.
The procedure is designed to diminish leg and facial spider veins using a highly concentrated beam of light energy. Laser spider vein removal and laser varicose vein removal are popular because they are minimally invasive, virtually pain free, and require no general anesthesia.
In laser spider vein removal, light passes through the skin and sends pulses of energy to the targeted vein without harming the surrounding tissue. When the laser light is absorbed by the blood, it heats up. This allows for shrinking of the vein being targeted, and eventually results in its disappearance. Without any injections or incisions, minimal discomfort is experienced. Typical treatment time is about 20 minutes but may be longer depending on the size of the area. For optimal results, several laser spider vein removal sessions may be necessary.
Watch the video below to see how the treatment is applied
A: Leg and facial veins can be the result of sun exposure, use of certain medications, age, or genetics.
A: The cosmetic laser emits energy to your skin that selectively targets the problem vein while bypassing surrounding tissues. After treatment, the selected vein naturally disappears.
A: Patients describe a range of sensations, from tingling to the snap of a rubber band, as the laser treatment is administered. Since there is little to no downtime, you can return to your daily activities immediately. Your therapist will provide you with post-treatment care instructions.
A: The number of treatments required could vary depending on the number of vessels to be treated and the area in which they are located.