Varicose Vein Treatment in Waukesha


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Maves Plastic Surgery and Associates and Med Spa is helmed by a team of four surgeons who combine nearly a century of surgical experience. While they perform a full spectrum of surgical procedures, including liposuction and breast augmentation, what's equally impressive is what the team can achieve without surgery. In the med spa, aestheticians reduce unwanted fuzz with laser hair removal and manage signs of aging with tailored chemical peels. Tried-and-true Botox injections team up with IPL treatments and Juvederm fillers to reduce wrinkles and restore the skin's youthful smoothness.
11316 W. Wadsworth Rd
Beach Park,
IL
US
Certified in both internal medicine and venous and lymphatic medicine, Skypoint Vein Center founder and primary physician Dr. Sameer Naseeruddin grew up in the Chicago area, completed an internal-medicine residency at Cook County Hospital, and picked up fluency in several languages along the way, including Spanish. A member of the American College of Phlebology, he treats a diverse, multicultural client base at Skypoint Vein Center, where he uses a menu of spider-vein removal treatments to whisk away unwanted signs of varicose-vein disease and pulling faces behind the boss's back. Dr. Naseeruddin's three primary treatments include endovenous laser therapy, phlebectomy, and sclerotherapy with ultrasound screenings conducted by Gregory Gleyzer, RVT RDMS. Phlebectomy and sclerotherapy involve small incisions and injections to deal with problem veins, whereas endovenous therapy uses noninvasive lasers to minimize the appearance of and discomfort from varicose veins.
1089 North Salem Drive
Schaumburg,
IL
US
At Clear Vein Center, Dr. Yariv Cohen and his staff clear darkened veins from the skin with a trio of treatments that result in very little downtime. For sclerotherapy treatments, they inject an irritant into problem veins, which can cause them to fade in about three to six months. During phlebectomy treatments, they remove varicose veins through incisions tiny enough that no stitches are needed to close them. Laser treatments send light into veins via a thin fiber, which can cause the vein to seal shut.
1247 Milwaukee Ave.
Glenview,
IL
US
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