Spider veins cast a seemingly permanent net over human legs, convincing the appendages that they're butterflies. Let your legs flutter to freedom with today's Groupon to Newport Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, valid at locations in Newport Beach and San Juan Capistrano. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get one sclerotherapy treatment (up to a $299 value).
- For $125, you get two laser spider-vein treatments for one area (a $398 value). Available treatment areas include:
- Back of lower leg
- Front of lower leg
- Back of thigh
- Front of thigh
Treatments are only available at the Newport Beach location. The San Juan Capistrano location is available for consultations only.
The trained staff at Newport Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery specializes in anti-aging beauty services that reduce blotchy veins, contour and shape the physique, and leave skin feeling pampered and refreshed. Approximately 10 times more effective than treating spider veins with a fly swatter, sclerotherapy sees a serum injected straight into the offending veins, causing them to collapse, absorb into the body, and allow blood to flow to healthier veins. For a less invasive approach, laser vein treatment employs targeted beams of light energy that shrink the walls of bulging veins, effectively closing them. Administered in 45 minutes, each procedure uses a local anesthetic for patient comfort, and patients are encouraged to walk or can-can out of the office immediately following the procedure.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Hisham Seify, MD, runs a tight, toned, wrinkle-free ship with his aesthetician associates, as evinced by the wall-mounted certifications that greet guests as they walk through Newport Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery's welcoming front entry portal. Patrons may require two to five treatments to see full results, and customers may opt to redeem two Groupons for multiple treatments.
Newport Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
"The philosophy of this practice is to combine excellent patient care with evidence-based medicine," says board-certified plastic surgeon Hisham Seify, MD, FACS. Dr. Seify has conducted extensive clinical investigations in the field of endoscopic plastic surgery. He shares his evidence-based discoveries by contributing chapters to medical textbooks and instructing future generations of cyborg physicians at the UCLA School of Medicine. At Newport Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Seify takes the time to explain the pros and cons of procedures so that patients can make informed decisions concerning their bodies. His services range from face-lifts, tucks, and augmentations to less invasive chemical peels and body contouring.
While patients dream of refined physiques in the waiting room, sunlight pours between gilded curtains. On either side of the window, a flat-screen TV mirrors a painting of Parisian streets rendered in oils and vinegars.