Spider Veins-Thermocoagulation Spider Vein Treatment

Are you one of the millions who suffer from embarrassing spider veins, red spots or redness on your cheeks and nose? Well, there is finally an effective, dependable treatment for your condition- VeinGogh.

Thermocoagulation is a minimally invasive technique used in the treatment of specific types of veins on the face or legs. Most patients find the treatment to be quick, with minimal discomfort. Thermocoagulation is used for spider veins that are too small for sclerotherapy or to be removed surgically. Appropriate veins include fine telangiectasia, small cherry angiomas, and veins that are resistant to intense pulse light (IPL) treatment.

A hair-thin probe is placed on the unsightly vein, and a microburst of high energy heats the vein, causing it to collapse.
Thermocoagulation can take 15 minutes to one hour.

Telangiectasia is a very common problem that develops from a range of factors, including age, hereditary, lifestyle and diet. These unsightly blemishes can appear on several visible areas including cheeks, chin, nose, ankles, knees, and inner thighs. VeinGogh is the newest technology available for treating these benign vascular abnormalities.

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