What is the VeinGogh Treatment?

The VeinGogh procedure is a quick, effective and minimally invasive treatment used to reduce or eliminate spider veins from the face, ankles or knees.

What are spider veins?

Spider veins are dilated superficial blood vessels that are caused by increased pressure in the veins. Spider veins are characterized by tiny, thin veins that sprawl just below the surface of the skin, resembling spider webs. They are often red, blue or purple in color. They typically don’t exhibit any symptoms, are hereditary, and often develop with age.

How does the VeinGogh treatment work?

Depending on the size of the area that requires the VeinGogh treatment, your session can range anywhere from a couple minutes to a half-hour. The treatment requires no anesthesia and is practically painless.

First, the area to be treated is cleaned and sanitized. A very fine, insulated needle is then inserted just beneath the skin surface to deliver high-frequency electrical energy to selectively target spider veins. Because the needle is hair thin, you will only feel a slight pinch on the skin. The spider veins are destroyed and disappear right before your eyes.

Immediately following treatment

After the treatment, there may be some very mild but temporary redness. Because the VeinGogh treatment is minimally invasive and performed in our office, you can return to your normal activities immediately after your procedure.

Results achieved from the VeinGogh treatment

The best part about the VeinGogh treatment is that your results are seen immediately. Additionally, the appearance of your skin will continue to improve over the next several weeks following your treatment. Typically, only one treatment is necessary, but more severe cases may require additional treatments.

If you or someone you love is interested in eliminating spider veins once and for all, call the vein specialists at Total Vein Care today at (225) 245-3540 to schedule an appointment.

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