Vein and Vascular Treatments in Vancouver
TRUSTED SPECIALISTS AT PACIFIC PLASTIC SURGERY
The Lumenis® Leg Veins & Vascular treatments enable us to effectively treat spider veins, reticular veins (blue veins), broken capillaries and rosacea. Our unique technology enables optimal tailoring of the light source and energy to effectively target the vascular condition and cause it to fade away.
The laser or IPL create heat inside the blood vessels, which closes the vein’s walls, eventually causing the vein to disappear. The laser is very precise and only impacts the selected blood vessel and none of the surrounding skin. The IPL filter also targets the blood only and none of the surrounding skin. Lumenis technologies enable cooling of your skin between pulses, which reduces the chance of skin damage, producing great results.
Why Vein & Vascular Treatments?
- A safe, non-invasive treatment for leg veins, facial veins, broken capillaries and rosacea
- Optimally tailored to address your specific concern, from thicker varicose veins to fine capillaries
- Noticeable results with no downtime
Safety is always our primary consideration
Developed by the pioneer of aesthetic medicine and trusted by leading professionals around the world, the Lumenis® Leg Veins & Vascular Treatment is FDA cleared. The Lumenis® Vascular Treatment is validated for facial and leg veins treatments (as well as many other applications). Our Laser Specialist will take time to review your medical history before choosing this treatment to ensure you are a suitable candidate.
When will I see results?
In many cases, improvement is seen immediately after treatment – full clearance of the veins might take several weeks as they slowly fade away. In the case of multiple veins, 2-3 sessions in 6-8 weeks intervals may be needed.
What can I expect after treatment?
Immediately following treatment, darkening of the vessels will be apparent, with slight redness along the vessel. You should avoid hot baths and excessive physical exercise for 1-2 weeks following your treatment. However, you should be able to continue with your normal activities immediately.