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Vein Therapies

SPIDER VEIN REMOVAL

WHAT IS A SPIDER VEIN?

Spider veins begin to form when there is too much pressure on your circulatory system and blood cannot be pushed through veins fast enough, so the body steps in a formulates little vein passageways in order to come to equilibrium with the pressure. However, we here at DermaFashion understand that these little veins might not look very attractive, and we will try our best to help you find your beauty again.

HOW DO YOU TREAT SPIDER VEINS?

Nearly 50% of the adult population suffers from undesirable vein diseases and the most common form is spider vein.  DermaFashion Medical spa provides a safe and highly effective solution for spider vein removal.  The “Cutera Excel” combines the ideal laser wavelength with the most flexible parameters to deliver a superior vascular laser system. It treats a broad range of vessels from tiny spider veins to deep blue reticular veins quickly, safely, and effectively. Patients with dark, light or tanned skin can experience outstanding results with minimal bruising or blistering.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW DOES EXCEL VEIN THERAPY WORK?
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
DOES TREATMENT HURT?
HOW MANY SESSIONS DO I NEED?
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE SIDE-EFFECTS?

CHERRY ANGIOMA REMOVAL

WHAT IS IT?

A cherry angioma is a collection of capillaries on the surface of the skin. This proliferation of tiny blood vessels (i.e. capillaries) is the most common form of angioma and is benign, harmless, and unrelated to cancer although it can be aesthetically bothersome. They can develop almost anywhere on the body but mostly appear on the trunk, arms, upper legs, and torso.

WHO CAN GET THEM?

Cherry angiomas affect middle age adults with higher regularity, and therefore the frequency of growth can increase as age increases. Younger people and children will rarely experience cherry angioma growth, and the average age to begin noticing papules is around age 30. Otherwise, there is not any difference across sexes or ethnicities.

WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?

These growths are small, normally ranging from 2 mm – 1 cm in diameter. They characteristically appear in a distinctive bright red hue due to the broken blood vessels in the growth. They grow in a rounded or oval shape, and are uniformly flat when beginning to bud but can become raised on the skin as they grow larger.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHERE DO THEY COME FROM?
WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF HAVING THEM?
WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT THEM?