Unsightly “spider veins” are caused by swollen blood vessels, normally related to genetics, pregnancy, aging, or simply spending hours on your feet. Combining laser light and bi-polar radio frequency, our laser vein therapy effectively and precisely targets unwanted veins in large areas, while other vein treatments damage the surrounding tissue through the use of focused light energy pulsed light.
Elos (electrical optical synergy) laser vein treatment can permanently close veins by using this low level radio frequency energy. A single beam of light and a broadband energy pulse are combined and absorbed directly into the vein, causing the vein to contract and form a small clot. The body’s defense systems will then target this material and flush it out through the natural waste-removal process.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
For your Telangiectasias treatment, our providers will create a tailored plan based on your skin. Usually you will need 1- 3 treatments for best results.
WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF THE TREATMENT?
When done by an experienced provider, elos Plus Spider Vein Removal is very safe. Potential side effects are superficial blistering, crusting and pigmentary changes.
HOW LONG WILL RESULTS LAST?
Elos Plus will permanently remove spider veins. However, it does not prevent future issues from returning.
HOW CAN I SAVE ON TREATMENTS?
Naya offers up to 20% off per treatment for our members, along with generous discounts on all other services. Check out our membership options here!
WHAT ARE THE CONTRAINDICATIONS?
Caution should always be taken before undergoing medical treatment of any kind. Spider vein removal may not be right for you if:
- You’re pregnant or plan to become pregnant
- You have a pacemaker or cardiac irregularities
- You have an active infection or a history of herpes in the treatment area
- You have raised moles or suspicious skin lesions, keloid scarring, or tattoos in the area to be treated
- You have diabetes or epilepsy
- You have implants in the treated area
- You have used Accutane within the last 6-12 months
Please discuss any additional concerns that you have about undergoing this procedure with Naya Spa and your primary care physician prior to treatment.