Varicose Veins Treatment
Equipped with high peak power that targets the hemoglobin, Vasculaze effectively and safely treats these lesions without damaging your skin or any other cell or tissue.
What is Vasculaze?
Vasculaze is an innovative laser-based solution that effectively treats spider veins and vascular lesions, including telangiectasias, angiomas, port wine stains, and leg veins in a safe and efficient manner. This advanced laser treatment precisely targets the blood vessel responsible for the imperfection, resulting in a significant improvement in various vascular issues.
Who can get Vasculaze?
Vasculaze is an ideal option for people seeking non-invasive solutions to eliminate vascular lesions. Vascular lesions affect around 10 to 15 percent of adults and are more prevalent among females than males. These blemishes may appear in a single area or spread across different body parts in the form of a cluster or a line.
By opting for Vasculaze vein treatments, individuals can effectively treat existing lesions and prevent them from worsening.
What are the benefits of Vasculaze laser treatments?
Vasculaze provides a range of advantages, including:
• Eliminates spider veins without the need for surgery or chemical injections
• Non-invasive procedure that requires no recovery time
• Leaves no scars as it doesn’t involve any incision
• Appropriate for all skin types
• FDA-cleared for its safety and efficacy
• Offers long-lasting results
What types of veins can be treated with Vasculaze?
Before the treatment, we will assess your vascular lesions. Typically, the types of vascular veins recommended for Vasculaze treatment include facial and spider veins, port wine stains, leg veins, telangiectasis, and angiomas. However, Varicose veins are not treatable with Vasculaze since they are larger in size.
What areas can be treated with Vasculaze?
Typical areas where Vasculaze treatment is applied include the face, décolleté, arms, upper thighs, back of thighs, and lower legs.
Is there any preparation needed before treatment?
To ensure optimal results, we suggest that patients shield the treatment area from sun exposure or tanning, including self-tanning products, for 3-4 weeks before the procedure. Additionally, we advise avoiding any topical irritants 2-3 days prior to the treatment and discontinuing the use of anticoagulants (such as aspirin, herbal or pharmaceutical blood thinners) 7-10 days before the procedure.
How many Vasculaze sessions are needed?
Typically, three sessions are conducted for most cases, although some lesions may need more treatments. Patients can expect to observe gradual improvements in the treatment area following the first session, with the skin’s surface appearing clearer as the treatment progresses.
What is the recovery time after Vasculaze?
The good news is that Vasculaze treatments do not require a prolonged hospital stay or an uncomfortable recovery period. The procedure is swift, and patients can typically leave the office within minutes, depending on the extent of the vein or vein network being treated.
Patients are advised to discuss activities that can increase blood flow, such as intense exercise, with their treatment provider. Depending on the treated area, patients may be asked to wait a few days to a week before engaging in such activities.
It is essential to avoid exposing treated areas to sunlight and to shield them with SPF sunscreen.
What are the side effects of Vasculaze?
Following your Vasculaze treatment session, you may experience some side effects such as swelling, redness, and mild bruising. However, these symptoms should be minor and are expected to resolve within ten days.
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