LASER VASCULAR TREATMENTS
By Licensed Medical Practitioners
Get Rid of Broken Vessels
Easily and Expediently
No Down Time
EASY, FAST, AND EFFECTIVE WAY TO TREAT SUPERFICIAL VEINS
The laser vascular treatment offered by Florida Aesthetics and Medical Weight Loss is a quick, safe, and effective procedure that removes tiny superficial face veins on men and women. Facial veins, also known as telangiectasia, are usually located around the nose, cheeks and chin. Superficial leg veins, also known as spider veins, or starburst blemishes are small, dilated surface veins that can be pink, purple, or red and appear as lines or clusters on ankles, lower legs, or thighs. Our licensed medical practitioners have achieved great results treating undesired facial and legs veins with lasers. Patients who undergone these treatments enjoyed noticeable reduction of veins at the end of treatment.
Laser Vascular Treatments
Quick, safe, and effective
Effective with a wide range of veins
Treatment with no down time
Effective with dark, light, or tanned skin
Spider Veins (Telagiectasias)
Spider veins are thin, small blood vessels that lie close to the skin surface. They are a very common vascular disorder that occurs on the legs or face. They can be caused by a number of factors, including pregnancy, extending sitting or standing, heredity, chronic constipation, excess sun exposure, obesity, and wearing high-heeled shoes.
Now men and women alike are making unsightly facial and leg veins a thing of the past, thanks to advancements in laser technologies. Our board-certified and experienced staff uses the most advanced technology FDA-cleared Laser to safely and effectively treat both tiny superficial face veins and deeper blue leg veins on men and women of all skin tones.
Our FDA-cleared laser combines the ideal laser wavelength with the most flexible parameters to deliver a superior vascular laser system. It treats a broad range of vessels from tiny spider veins to deep blue reticular veins quickly, safely, and effectively. Patients with dark, light or tanned skin can experience outstanding results.
At Florida Aesthetics and Medical Weight Loss, we also offer laser vascular treatment. Both men and women can experience undesired facial veins and superficial leg veins. Spider veins, which occur commonly, are thin, small blood vessels close to the skin surface. Various factors can cause their appearance, including pregnancy, heredity, and excess sun exposure. Thanks to cutting-edge technology, there are easy, non-invasive ways to treat this skin condition.
Laser therapy for spider veins is an FDA-approved treatment which uses ideal laser wavelengths to target vessels and visibly reduce the appearance of facial and leg veins. Laser vein removal treats a wide range of vessels and can produce excellent results for patients with dark, light, or tanned skin.
Patients often experience a stinging sensation as they receive the treatment and are given the option of using a topical anesthetic prior to treatment. Pain after treatment is minimal or nonexistent. The number of treatments required varies, but most patients find that one or two treatments are enough for their needs. Few if any side effects are usually reported, the most common ones being slight reddening and swelling of the skin, both of which last less than 24 hours. In some instances, you may find bruising or – in rare cases – blistering.
To find out more about laser vascular treatment, benefits and risks, and best options for you, consult with your medical professional at Florida Aesthetics and Medical Weight Loss today!
Make unsightly facial and leg veins a thing of the past
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
How does the laser vein treatment work?
Does the treatment hurt?
How many treatments will I need?
What are the possible side effects?
Although many patients report few if any side effects, those most commonly noticed are slight reddening and local swelling of the skin. These effects typically last for less than 24 hours. Some patients may experience bruising and, in rare instances, blistering may occur. Consult with your medical professional for complete information on the benefits and risks of treatment.