Varicose veins in the legs and face are a very common problem, and they can be difficult to treat. You are more likely to develop them as you age, but they can happen at any time, especially if there is extra pressure on the legs for some reason. There are surgical treatments available, but these can be very invasive. However, when you visit Southeastern Institute of Restorative Medicine in Dothan, AL, you can use treatments like Vaculaze to deal with varicose veins in the legs and face. Simply contact us today to schedule a consultation and get started.
What is Vaculaze?
Vaculaze is the ultimate treatment for varicose veins in the legs and face, and it works by using intense pulsed light (IPL) to target appropriate haemoglobin and close up the small spider veins on the surface of the skin. The blood will then redirect into deeper veins, and the varicose veins should begin to fade very quickly.
This is a very fast, safe treatment for varicose veins in the legs and face, and it can treat a wide range of different vascular lesions such as angiomas, telangiectasias, port wine stains, and leg veins. If you are looking for a simple solution to varicose veins that tends to give fast results, Vaculaze could be the best choice. It’s important to understand, however, that results vary from patient to patient based on a number of factors.
Who is a Good Candidate?
Vaculaze works on any skin type and tone, so it is suitable for almost all patients. The treatment has been developed primarily for use on the legs and face, so if you have varicose veins in these areas and you want them gone, then Vaculaze could be for you.
Is It Safe?
A lot of patients have questions about the safety of Vaculaze, but you have nothing to worry about. It is an incredibly non-invasive treatment, and the ergonomic head operates with pinpoint accuracy, so the treatments are very safe. The high peak power targets appropriate haemoglobin very accurately, so it is only the varicose veins in the legs and face that are affected. Vaculaze also has strong contact cooling to ensure that you are comfortable throughout the treatment. Compared with surgical treatments, Vaculaze is incredibly safe, and the recovery period is very limited.
Addressing Your Varicose Veins
If you suffer from varicose veins in the legs and face, or if you’re dealing with other vascular lesions on the body, there are surgical treatments available, but why undergo surgery when there’s a better option available? Vaculaze is non-invasive, and the treatments are designed to be quick and easy. The side effects are very limited, so you should be able to carry on your daily activities as normal right away.
Dr. Gregory Thompson and the team at Southeastern Institute of Restorative Medicine in Dothan, AL want to help you say goodbye to your varicose veins in the legs and face. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more!