Treatments help alleviate visible veins & redness
If you are troubled by facial or leg veins, you are not alone. These troublesome red veins are an unfortunate side effect of the ageing process, and are also commonly caused by pregnancy, among other things.
The medical name for these veins is “telangiectasia”, but they are also known by a variety of names, including thread veins, rosacea, vascular blemishes, and spider veins. Our highly-trained medical professionals work to remove these unattractive facial and leg veins using a revolutionary treatment that uses a process known as thermocoagulation. This is designed to seal the thread vein walls and make them permanently disappear. This process utilises high-frequency microwave energy, which can be precisely targeted to each individual vein using a fine skin probe.
We also use Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment to target visible blood vessels, redness and rosacea. This uses laser energy to penetrate the skin, which stimulates the production of collagen to naturally get to work at rejuvenating the skin.
Spider Veins removal
Leg or spider veins are typically treated using microsclerotherapy, a minimally invasive method that uses a sclerosing solution to force the blood out of the veins. This results in the irritation of the vessel linings, so that they swell and stick together. Over the next six to twelve weeks the veins then shrivel and disappear. Each treatment may vary from one person to another.
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Thread & Spider Vein Removal|
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Frequently Asked Questions
This quick treatment is virtually painless, though in some more sensitive areas it may feel a bit like having a hair plucked. The treatment lasts around 15-20 minutes, and you may notice some redness immediately afterwards. This should disappear within a couple of days.
You can normally expect instant results from vein treatments, with veins disappearing immediately. In some cases up to three sessions may be required, but this depends on the nature of the veins being treated.