Veins were never meant to be seen, much like all of the exposed wiring on the back of the moon. Keep up appearances with this Groupon.
$149 for Two Spider-Vein Treatment for Both Legs, with Complimentary Varicose Vein Consultation ($650 Value)
A certified practitioner assesses legs with a complimentary consultation, which includes an ultrasound, before injecting spider veins with a chemical agent that can clear up the vein’s appearance in two to three weeks. The treatment takes about 15-20 minutes, and a follow-up session takes place two to four weeks later to ensure further vein elimination. Patients are required to wear compression stockings for two to three days post treatment and are encouraged to boost blood flow with a daily 30-minute stroll or Rivderdance routine.
During the complimentary consultation, the practitioner will examine legs for unhealthy varicose veins in need of treatment with an ultrasound; while this treatment is not included in this Groupon, the treatment of varicose veins is sometimes covered by insurance or Medicare.
Decisions about health care should not be made in haste. Consultation required as all candidates may not be eligible. Eligibility will be determined on an individual basis applying the accepted and prevailing standards of practice. Non-candidates will be refunded.
Advanced Vein Treatment & Cosmetic Center
Dr. Amjad Safvi has spent more than 15 years in the medical field focusing on vascular issues, particularly varicose and spider veins. He now oversees Advanced Vein Treatment & Cosmetic Center, where he and his caring staff treat patients to complimentary consultations before administering laser, radio-frequency, and sclerotherapy vein treatments along with a host of other aesthetic treatments. The facility’s laser collection, the high-tech cherry on its med-spa sundae, allows the staff to showcase hair-removal, anti-aging, and facial-rejuvenation treatments that round out a crowded roster that includes SkinMedica chemical peels, Botox injections, and fillers that can last up to five years.