Nashville Spider Vein & Vascular Lesion Treatments Before & Afters
Vascular Lesions & Spider Vein Treatment, Nashville, TN
New, Amazing Laser for Vascular Lesions & Spider Veins!
If you are bothered by vascular lesions or spider veins and you seek treatment in Nashville, you’re in luck. We’ve got the best lasers on the market for treating veins and lesions.
Vascular Lesions & Spider Vein Treatments
Spider veins are dilated veins which can worsen over time and lead to surgery if not treated.
Nowadays, the most effective, non-invasive treatments involve the use of Lasers. Laser technology is the new frontier in esthetic treatments including the treatment of vascular lesions, also known as birthmarks and spider veins.
Lasers can target the damaged blood vessels, selectively, via a beam which passes through the skin. Through the use of heat, the vessels are eradicated, without causing any damage to the surrounding skin and the spider veins disappear.
Benefits Of Treating Vascular Lesions And Spider Veins With Laser
Laser treatments are non-invasive, give excellent results and they require no chemicals or injections, therefore avoiding any risk of allergies. In fact, laser treatments are so safe that it is the preferred treatment for removing babies’ birthmarks.
Best Candidates for Laser Treatment of Vascular Lesions and Spider Veins
Laser therapy is not suitable for pregnant women, people with skin cancer or people with permanent makeup or tattoos in the areas to be treated. Certain skin types and people taking certain medications, such as blood thinners, may not qualify as good candidates for Laser treatments.
If you are in good overall health and you are bothered by a birthmark or spider veins, book an appointment with us to know more about laser treatments in Nashville, TN.
What is Laser Vascular Lesions or Spider Vein Treatments?
What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Vascular Lesions and Spider Veins?
In many instances, varicose and spider veins cause no symptoms. However, they may become painful. Sitting or standing for prolonged periods of time will make legs with varicose veins feel worse. Some common symptoms are:
- Aching pain
- Darkening of the skin
- Skin ulcers
- Leg swelling
- Tired legs
- Numbness in the legs
- Leg heaviness
- Rash on the legs
Do’s And Don’ts Following Treatment For Vascular Lesions and Spider Veins
- Cold (not frozen) packs should be applied immediately after treatment to reduce swelling and ease discomfort.
- Chemical cold packs are not recommended
- Frozen 4 x 4 gauze pads, previously moistened with water and inserted into small plastic bags can be used
- Extra care should be taken of the treated area for the first four or five days following treatment No hot bath
- No aerobic exercise
- No massages
- Use high factor (30–50 SPF) sunblock and protect the treated area from exposure to sunlight for at least one month following treatment
- During recovery, the skin may be sensitive, therefore makeup is not recommended since removing makeup, may damage the skin, resulting in infection
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
It depends on the individual patient, however, If there has been only a partial clearance of the lesion, treatment should be continued and the patient should return after three weeks for examination and for any additional treatments, if necessary. Intervals between treatments are three to six weeks Intervals between treatments. Treatment is complete when satisfactory results are obtained.