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Vascular Reduction

Spider veins are a common result of aging and sun damage but can also occur during pregnancy. Unsightly veins often appear on your lower legs and can also be found on the upper legs, arms, and even the face. If you are tired of looking at unattractive spider veins anywhere on your body, vascular reduction might be suitable for you. Vascular reduction is a safe and effective treatment for removing spider veins. Schedule a consultation with New Day Aesthetic Medicine today to find out more.

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How Does Vascular Reduction Work?

Laser vascular reduction is a cosmetic procedure that uses laser emissions to heat and injure enlarged veins, causing them to collapse. At New Day Aesthetic Medicine, we apply a handheld laser to your skin, generating heat. The heat causes the blood vessel walls to collapse, cutting off blood flow. Vascular reduction can help treat smaller veins as well as enlarged spider veins.


Benefits of Vascular Reduction

Vascular reduction can help remove unwanted veins and provides the following benefits:

  • Minimal discomfort
  • No downtime
  • No anesthetics required
  • Fast procedure
  • Long term results

Vascular Reduction FAQ

You can expect permanent results when undergoing vascular reduction treatment at New Day Aesthetic Medicine. However, patients with a substantial amount of blood vessels can generate new vessels and require further treatment. Dr. Jorgenson and his team will be happy to go over your expected results and any other questions you might have during your initial consultation.
Patients undergoing vascular reduction can expect to experience mild discomfort during treatment. The procedure is relatively painless, and Dr. Jorgenson will make all efforts to ensure your experience is quick and pleasant. Unlike other vein reduction procedures like vein ligation and stripping, vascular reduction treatment does not require the use of anesthesia.
Most patients can expect to see the results anywhere from four to eight weeks after the treatment. Dr. Jorgenson will let you know if he believes you should receive repeated treatments based on your specific case.
Patients can expect to have a recovery time of one to two days after undergoing vascular reduction. You may notice some swelling and redness in the area after the procedure; that is normal and should go away in a few days.

Interested in Learning More About Vascular Reduction at New Day Aesthetic Medicine?

There is no need to put up with spider veins any longer! If you are interested in vascular reduction, New Day Aesthetic Medicine is happy to walk you through the procedure and answer any questions you might have. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and be on your way to a happier, healthier you!

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