"With Laser therapy approximately 75% of patients demonstrated a greater than 50% vessel clearance, with 30% obtaining 75%-100% vessel clearance." Syneron Laser Vascular Treatment effectively treats unwanted leg veins and telangiectasias.
Easily resolve vascular lesions in 1-3 treatments.
The combination of both radio-frequency and optical energy in the Syneron system, known as elōs technology, is an innovative and exciting development in the treatment of hair removal. It can effectively achieve the clear skin and smooth legs that you desire and easily resolve vascular lesions in only one to three treatments.
Syneron Vascular Treatment is simply safer and more effective because our systems require significantly less energy than conventional lasers and IPLs, and help you accomplish highly selective targeting. The unique elōs combination of light and radio frequency (RF) energies provides controlled selective thermolysis to vascular lesions including telangiectasias and leg veins up to 4mm in diameter.
Designed with the patient in mind, the Syneron applicator includes built-in contact cooling which ensures additional epidermal protection and comfort for the patient. As well, the Bi-Polar RF is controllable and predictable and flows between the two electrodes of the application head, delivering maximum targeted energy to the treatment area.
We’re proud to offer elōs, the first and only technology that uses combined energies to effectively and gently reduce the appearance of problem veins on the legs and face. elōs is truly the next generation of safe and effective vein treatment technology.
Who would best Represent an Ideal Candidate for Spider Vein Removal?
Women of any age begin to notice spider veins even in their teen years. Most women who receive treatment are usually between the ages of 30 to 60. Men can also receive this treatment, but it is not much of a cosmetic problem because hair growth usually conceals the spider veins. Ideal candidates for spider vein removal are patients who want to improve the appearance of their legs. A person considering this procedure should have realistic goals and expectations.
Note: Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consider holding off on treatments for spider veins through injection sclerotherapy. That’s because spider veins caused by pregnancy will naturally disappear on their own a few months after the baby is born.