How Does Vascular Removal Work?
Vascular removal is a medical procedure that aims to eliminate or reduce the appearance of vascular conditions, such as spider veins, varicose veins, and broken capillaries. It is commonly performed for both medical and cosmetic reasons.
Vascular removal can be accomplished through various methods, including laser therapy, sclerotherapy, and intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments. The specific technique used depends on the type and severity of the vascular condition. Vascular removal is effective in treating spider veins, reticular veins, varicose veins, cherry angiomas, rosacea-related redness, and facial broken capillaries.
Broken Capillaries are Re-opened to Maximize Blood Flow
Promotes Collagen and Elastin Building
Helps Slow Down Aging of Skin
About the Procedure
The treatment will deliver pulses of energy waves to instigate collagen production. It’s administered under the watchful eye of a clinic professional. The specialist will analyze the skin throughout to ensure it’s seamless, pain-free, and offers meaningful results.
If necessary, the specialist will offer a local anesthetic before each session. However, the treatment is safe and doesn’t cause discomfort. The system is tailored to account for a patient’s skin tone, texture, and appearance. This enables the session to be a stress-free one.
Please note, this procedure is completed without bruising or blistering and patients may require 2–4 sessions for suitable results. This information is relayed to all patients during the consultation.
The level of discomfort experienced during vascular removal depends on the chosen treatment method and individual pain tolerance. Most procedures involve minimal discomfort and are well-tolerated by patients.
The number of sessions required varies depending on the type of vascular condition, its extent, and the treatment method used. Multiple sessions are often needed for best results, spaced a few weeks apart.
To recover from this treatment, patients are asked to follow an in-depth recovery program (if necessary). In most cases, patients will be able to go back to their daily routine without any downtime. The specialist will examine the skin post-session and offer relevant information as required.
Patients are asked to stay out of direct sunlight for at least 3–4 days. This helps the skin recover as it maximizes the treatment’s impact.
In general, a patient will begin to notice changes after a week. However, the peak of this treatment’s results is visible after 4–6 weeks.
Vascular removal procedures are generally safe when performed by qualified professionals. Side effects may include temporary redness, swelling, or bruising. Serious complications are rare, but can occur.
Vascular removal is suitable for individuals with bothersome vascular conditions or those experiencing related symptoms like pain or discomfort. A consultation with a healthcare provider will determine if the treatment is appropriate for specific conditions.
The results of vascular removal can vary. While the treatment may significantly improve or eliminate vascular conditions, new veins or capillaries may develop over time. Maintenance treatments may be recommended to sustain the results.
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