Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Removal of spider and varicose vein

Two cosmetic problems that affect a number of women are spider veins and varicose veins especially during and right after pregnancy. Spider veins are small dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin, usually on the face. On the other hand Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and twisted. They usually occur on the legs. The later can be a serious problem as they are often painful. These veins can be removed through surgical or non-surgical means.

Removing these veins are considered harmless and may be necessary for medical reasons, for patients suffering from extreme discomfort or pain. However, most of the removals are for cosmetic reasons. Among the various available techniques and procedures for removing these veins, two of the most popular treatments options are the laser vein treatment and intense pulsed light therapy (IPL).

In case you are considering having such a treatment, do check out HealthySkinPortal.com which offers a list of pre-screened consumer rated medical spas and laser clinics.  I found out that the average cost of Vein Removal is around $300 per session, depending on the type of treatment and size of the treated area.

The site has been helping consumers find qualified medical spas and laser skin clinics since 1998. They have various skin treatments ranging from light skin refreshers to anti-aging treatments. The featured skin care procedures include BOTOX cosmetic treatment, cellulite removal, laser hair removal, lipodissolve, mesotherapy, restylane and stretch mark removal.

2 comments:

TOM DISOUZA said...

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Vain removal said...

Laser varicose vein removal procedure is also known as endovenous ablation therapy and is a procedure that can treat varicose veins even if they are deeply embedded inside the skin. Doctors tend to use tiny tubes with which they conduct laser energy into the location of varicose veins; though, only after the area has been anesthetized.

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