Spider Vein and Telangiectasia Treatment

Spider Vein and Telangiectasia Treatment at Tensegrity

Vasculaze

Vasculaze is the ultimate vascular resolution for a quick and comfortable treatment. The appearance of veins can be unsightly, causing both women and men to seek treatment options. Lesions can be very visible (long and bulging) or spider veings, which are smaller, finer, and shorter (lines or web-like).

Vasculaze can help alleviate a wide variety of facial and leg vein issues with a laser that is targeted to treat the blood vessel causing the blemish. Vasculaze has a specially designed head that is built to pinpoint the vein or vein network, making treatments precise and safe.

Vasculaze

The technology in the Vasculaze sends pulses of light into the vein, which makes the vein slowly fade and disappear, preventing the need for unpleasant incisions and needles.

Vascular Treatment FAQs

Vascular lesions are present in 10-15% of adults, with a greater number in females than males. They can be prevalent in a contained body area, spread out over multiple body areas, or show up as a singular line or cluster. The use of Vasculaze can help treat existing lesions and prevent them from getting worse.

In general, the recommended types of vascular veins to treat are:

  • Small facial vascular lesions
  • Spider veins
  • Smaller leg veins (<1mm wide)
  • Telangiectasias and small angioma
  • NOTE: Varicose and other larger veins are typically larger and are not suitable for Vasculaze. Our Clinical Staff will evaluate your concerns during your consultation and let you know if other treatments are recommended instead of
    or in addition to Vasculaze.

Typically three sessions are performed, however, some lesions may require more. Gradual improvements in the treatment area can be seen following the first treatment – with the skin’s surface looking clearer as treatments progress.

There is minimal downtime after Vasculaze, which is generally a 30 minute treatment or less, depending on the number of veins/lesions targeted. You may notice a ‘cat scratch’ inflamed looking appearance after the treatment, which is normal and usually lasts only 24 hours or less. You will want to protect the areas of treatment from the sun completely for 3 weeks after treatment.
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