Unlike real spiders, spider veins are impervious to rolled-up magazines and rarely inspire beloved children’s novels. Squash pesky skin arachnids with today's Groupon: for $179, you get a spider-vein sclerotherapy treatment at Cincinnati Institute of Plastic Surgery (a $400 value).
Recognized by his peers in Cincinnati Magazine as one of the top doctors in Cincinnati, Dr. Peter McKenna restores loveliness to legs with help from injection-based sclerotherapy. The treatment targets unsightly spindles with an injection of sodium chloride, which goes to work breaking up visible vessels and rendering most leg-based interstate maps unreadable in 30–60 minutes. A largely pain-free procedure boasting minimal downtime, sclerotherapy allows most patients to return to their daily routine within 24 hours of treatment. Though veins treated by the four syringes of solution will not return, the procedure does not hinder the development of new spidery lines, so Dr. McKenna offers further treatment for $125 per 1 cc syringe.
Cincinnati Institute of Plastic Surgery
During Dr. Peter McKenna's ascent from an undergraduate at Stanford University to an esteemed member of Cincinnati Magazine's roster of Top Docs, the board-certified surgeon racked up a degree from the Cincinnati College of Medicine, honed his craft in numerous residencies, and shared his expertise in the pages of medical journals and books. From inside the Cincinnati Institute of Plastic Surgery, the doctor doles out cosmetic enhancements to clients' breasts, bodies, and faces, evoking youth in clients' appearances so that they don't have to suggest their age by throwing tantrums in toy stores. Since Dr. McKenna has volunteered his time on medical outreach missions to fix cleft lips and palates in Brazil and has made monetary and medical contributions to numerous charities, his practice has improved the lives of people from all over the world.