Spider Vein Removal

Telangiectasia

Spider veins are small, damaged veins that can appear on the surface of the legs or face. They are usually not painful or harmful, but some people may wish to treat them for cosmetic reasons.

 

Spider veins can be blue, purple, or red and may appear in the form of thin lines, webs, or branches. People sometimes also refer to them as thread veins.

 

Causes

In the legs, spider veins can occur when the valves inside the veins stop working properly.

 

Veins carry blood back to the heart. To prevent blood from flowing backward, they contain a one-way valve that closes once the blood passes through it.

 

If this valve weakens or becomes damaged, the blood may struggle to flow in the correct direction, and it can begin to pool inside the vein. Over time, this can cause a bulge in the vein that branches out, resulting in spider veins.

 

Spider veins on the face are often the result of tiny blood vessels bursting. Increased pressure or sun damage can cause this to occur.

 

Spider veins vs. varicose veins

Spider veins and varicose veins are different forms of a medical condition called venous insufficiency. In the legs, both conditions result from having weakened or damaged valves in the veins. However, the two issues have different symptoms.

 

Spider veins are usually small, thin lines that may be flat or only slightly raised. They are often blue, red, or purple. Although they can cause some discomfort, they are painless most of the time.

 

Varicose veins are larger and deeper than spider veins. They may also appear lumpy or twisted and are usually flesh-colored or red.

 

Depending on their severity, varicose veins can cause a variety of symptoms. These may include:

  • pain
  • itching
  • bleeding
  • swelling of the legs or ankles
  • an achy or heavy feeling in the legs

Varicose veins may also increase a person’s risk of blood clots and circulation problems.

Source: medicalnewstoday.com

Attention

Spider Veins are more successful on waste and up. Legs can be treated but it’s only 50% success.

Prices

 

 

15 min   -    $50

30 min   -    $85

60 min   -    $145

 

 

SALE October, 2020

 

 

15 min   -    $25

30 min   -    $50

60 min   -    $100

 

 

Atention

You need to make deposit $50 at the time you are making the appointment. This money will be deducted towards your total payment. If you cancel your appointment in less than 48 hours, you will lose it.

 

Late arrivals may result in shortened treatment time, if doctort has clients booked after your treatment and late fee of $50 will be charged.

 

No-Cell Phone Zone Cell phones can be dangerous distractions for your own safety and it is also very destructive for a medical professional.

 

Children While we appreciate the difficulties many of our clients face in lining up child care, children are not allowed in the clinic. This policy is both for your child’s safety as well as the health and safety of our clinic clients and personel.

 

Pregnancy  There is no clinical evidence suggesting that having Spider Vein or Cherry Angioma removal is unsafe in pregnancy or while breastfeeding, but it is a good idea to talk to a doctor just to make sure you are on safe side.

 

 

 

Red Moles Removal

Cherry Angioma

Do you have what looks like a red mole on your skin that seems to have appeared out of nowhere? If so, there’s a good chance you have a cherry angioma. These bright-red skin growths are noncancerous and generally painless.

 

“Cherry angiomas are very common skin tumors composed of bundles of small blood vessels,” says Viseslav Tonkovic-Capin, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and editor of DermBoard, an online publication that educates the public about common skin problems. “Cherry angiomas are noncancerous skin growths that are completely harmless.”

 

Cherry Angioma Facts

Also known as senile angioma and Campbell de Morgan spots, cherry angiomas are bright red and vary in size, according to Mona Sadeghpour, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist, assistant professor of dermatology and director of the University of Colorado Center for Skin, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery.

 

Generally, cherry angiomas are small in size, ranging from the size of a pin head to about a quarter inch in diameter.

 

“A cherry angioma may present as a small lump or flat against the skin,” says Sadeghpour. “These growths can occur almost anywhere on the body but are most commonly found on the chest and back and/or arms and thighs.”

 

Who is Susceptible to Developing a Cherry Angioma?

Cherry angiomas most commonly appear on the skin after a person reaches the age of 30. They can also increase in frequency over time, says Sadeghpour. “Sometimes cherry angiomas also appear in increased numbers during pregnancy.”

 

Both sexes are susceptible to getting a cherry angioma. These skin growths also affect all races, adds Tonkovic-Capin. If you are over the age of 30, you likely have at least one cherry angioma.

 

What Causes Cherry Angiomas?

There is no clear cause of cherry angiomas, notes Tonkovic-Capin. “No one knows why we get them,” he says. “Because they are harmless, no research has been done on cherry angiomas to discover their root cause.”

 

In terms of prevention of cherry angiomas, there is no known way to prevent their appearance or development. There is also no known topical treatment for them, adds Tonkovic-Capin.

 

Do Cherry Angiomas Cause Physical Trouble or Discomfort?

If you have a cherry angioma, you are likely to not even feel its presence. According to Tonkovic-Capin, cherry angiomas very rarely cause any discomfort. The only time a cherry angioma may cause some problems is if the skin growth is elevated and catches on something such as your clothing and bleeds or if it is accidentally cut or punctured.

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Prices

 

 

 

1 angioma for   -     $90

2 angiomas for -     $180

3 angiomas for -     $175

4 and up we will charge $60 for each angioma.

 

 

SALE October, 2020

 

 

 

Each angioma for $45

 

 

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Prices

Spider Veins

Telangiectasia

 

 

15 min   ------------    $50

30 min   ------------    $85

60 min   ------------   $145

SALE

Spider Veins, Telangiectasia

October, 2020

 

 

15 min   -    $25

30 min   -    $50

60 min   -    $100

 

 

Prices

Cherry Angioma

 

 

1 angioma for -------  $90

2 angiomas for ------ 180

3 angiomas for ---- $175

 

4 and up we will charge $60 for each angioma.

 

 

SALE

Cherry Angioma October, 2020

 

 

 

Each angioma for $45

 

 

Atention

You need to make deposit $50 at the time you are making the appointment. This money will be deducted towards your total payment. If you cancel your appointment in less than 48 hours, you will lose it.

 

Late arrivals may result in shortened treatment time, if doctort has clients booked after your treatment and late fee of $50 will be charged.

 

No-Cell Phone Zone Cell phones can be dangerous distractions for your own safety and it is also very destructive for a medical professional.

 

Children While we appreciate the difficulties many of our clients face in lining up child care, children are not allowed in the clinic. This policy is both for your child’s safety as well as the health and safety of our clinic clients and personel.

 

Pregnancy  There is no clinical evidence suggesting that having Spider Vein or Cherry Angioma removal is unsafe in pregnancy or while breastfeeding, but it is a good idea to talk to a doctor just to make sure you are on safe side.

Atention

Spider Vein Removal

Telangiectasia

Spider veins are small, damaged veins that can appear on the surface of the legs or face. They are usually not painful or harmful, but some people may wish to treat them for cosmetic reasons.

 

Spider veins can be blue, purple, or red and may appear in the form of thin lines, webs, or branches. People sometimes also refer to them as thread veins.

 

Causes

In the legs, spider veins can occur when the valves inside the veins stop working properly.

 

Veins carry blood back to the heart. To prevent blood from flowing backward, they contain a one-way valve that closes once the blood passes through it.

 

If this valve weakens or becomes damaged, the blood may struggle to flow in the correct direction, and it can begin to pool inside the vein. Over time, this can cause a bulge in the vein that branches out, resulting in spider veins.

 

Spider veins on the face are often the result of tiny blood vessels bursting. Increased pressure or sun damage can cause this to occur.

 

Spider veins vs. varicose veins

Spider veins and varicose veins are different forms of a medical condition called venous insufficiency. In the legs, both conditions result from having weakened or damaged valves in the veins. However, the two issues have different symptoms.

 

Spider veins are usually small, thin lines that may be flat or only slightly raised. They are often blue, red, or purple. Although they can cause some discomfort, they are painless most of the time.

 

Varicose veins are larger and deeper than spider veins. They may also appear lumpy or twisted and are usually flesh-colored or red.

 

Depending on their severity, varicose veins can cause a variety of symptoms. These may include:

  • pain
  • itching
  • bleeding
  • swelling of the legs or ankles
  • an achy or heavy feeling in the legs

Varicose veins may also increase a person’s risk of blood clots and circulation problems.

Source: medicalnewstoday.com

Attention

Red Moles Removal

Cherry Angioma

Do you have what looks like a red mole on your skin that seems to have appeared out of nowhere? If so, there’s a good chance you have a cherry angioma. These bright-red skin growths are noncancerous and generally painless.

 

“Cherry angiomas are very common skin tumors composed of bundles of small blood vessels,” says Viseslav Tonkovic-Capin, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and editor of DermBoard, an online publication that educates the public about common skin problems. “Cherry angiomas are noncancerous skin growths that are completely harmless.”

 

Cherry Angioma Facts

Also known as senile angioma and Campbell de Morgan spots, cherry angiomas are bright red and vary in size, according to Mona Sadeghpour, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist, assistant professor of dermatology and director of the University of Colorado Center for Skin, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery.

 

Generally, cherry angiomas are small in size, ranging from the size of a pin head to about a quarter inch in diameter.

 

“A cherry angioma may present as a small lump or flat against the skin,” says Sadeghpour. “These growths can occur almost anywhere on the body but are most commonly found on the chest and back and/or arms and thighs.”

 

Who is Susceptible to Developing a Cherry Angioma?

Cherry angiomas most commonly appear on the skin after a person reaches the age of 30. They can also increase in frequency over time, says Sadeghpour. “Sometimes cherry angiomas also appear in increased numbers during pregnancy.”

 

Both sexes are susceptible to getting a cherry angioma. These skin growths also affect all races, adds Tonkovic-Capin. If you are over the age of 30, you likely have at least one cherry angioma.

 

What Causes Cherry Angiomas?

There is no clear cause of cherry angiomas, notes Tonkovic-Capin. “No one knows why we get them,” he says. “Because they are harmless, no research has been done on cherry angiomas to discover their root cause.”

 

In terms of prevention of cherry angiomas, there is no known way to prevent their appearance or development. There is also no known topical treatment for them, adds Tonkovic-Capin.

 

Do Cherry Angiomas Cause Physical Trouble or Discomfort?

If you have a cherry angioma, you are likely to not even feel its presence. According to Tonkovic-Capin, cherry angiomas very rarely cause any discomfort. The only time a cherry angioma may cause some problems is if the skin growth is elevated and catches on something such as your clothing and bleeds or if it is accidentally cut or punctured.