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Vein Removal Treatment

Vascular Lesions also commonly known as spider veins or small varicose veins are caused by broken capillaries that are made up of tiny blood vessels that become visible near the surface of the skin and appear as web-like, or streaks or blotches on the skin. The broken capillaries appear close the surface of the skin and are often red or blue in colour.

 

When Do We Recommend Vein Removal Treatment?

If Spider Veins or Vascular Lesions have become visible on any part of the body that have been causing you concern or embarrassment, a course of Vein Removal treatment will be beneficial. All skin areas and skin types can be treated. Popular areas are the face, neck, chest and legs. Discuss your needs with your specialist.

How Does It Work?

Your specialist will use SCITON PROFILE Clearscan™ to restore your skin’s youthful appearance. Broken capillaries and other damaged vascular structures will be gently eliminated from the visible layers of your skin’s surface using Laser Vein Removal treatments. The laser delivers light energy and thereby gentle heat to the skin area being treated, blending away the veins and vascular lesions, and restoring the clarity of the skin’s appearance.

The red blood cells absorb the light energy delivered by the precise laser, heating the blood so that the vessel walls collapse, the vessel is blocked and the flow of the blood is stopped. The damaged vessels die and are absorbed by the body.

The Melrose Aesthetic Centre can give you all the guidance and advice you need on preparing for a Laser Vein Removal treatment, and post-treatment care and precautions.

This treatment allows your specialist to precisely treat visible vessels, broken capillaries, and spider veins. It will be tailored to match your skin condition and desired result.

The treatment parameters selected with the smart user interface are precisely delivered for the ultimate in consistency and reproducibility. A large area sapphire plate controls the temperature of the skin for comfort and safety.

What Are The Unwanted Effects / Risks Of The Treatment?

  • There is very little risk of any kind associated with this procedure.
  • Temporary local redness can be experienced a few hours post treatment
  • A course of 2 – 3 sessions will be required to get the desired results.

TREATMENT OPTIONS

Condition:

Vascular lesions

Treatment: Palomar Icon Laser

Products:
iS Clinical: Pro Heal serum

Before

Laser Vein Removal - The Melrose Aesthetic Centre

After

Laser Vein Removal - The Melrose Aesthetic Centre

DISCLAIMER: BEFORE AND AFTER IMAGES

Suitability, effectiveness of certain treatment and aesthetic results will vary from patients to patients. All photos of before and after are actual patients of The Melrose Aesthetic Centre unless stated otherwise. We do not give indication, promises or guarantees to all our readers or website and social media visitors that they could reasonably expect for themselves identical or equivalent or similar results to those portrayed in the “Before and After” photographs. Suitability, Effectiveness and aesthetic results may and can vary from one patients to another.

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Disclaimer:
The information and advice published or made available through the website is not intended to replace the services of a physician or health care professional acting under a physician’s supervision, nor does it constitute a doctor-patient relationship. Each individual’s treatment and/or results may vary based upon the circumstances, the patient’s specific situation, as well as the health care provider’s medical judgement and only after further discussion of the patient’s specific situation, goals, risks and benefits and other relevant medical discussion. Testimonials made by any person(s) on this site are not intended to substitute for this discussion or evaluation or as a guarantee as to outcomes. Examples of treatment outcomes in this website are not intended to convey any warranty, either express or implied, as to outcomes, promises or benefits from treatment. Whether to accept any treatment by a patient should be assessed by the patient as to the risks and benefits of such procedures and only after consultation with a health care professional.

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