Unlike real spiders, spider veins refuse to earn their keep by consuming bothersome flies and creating ambience in haunted houses. Dismiss unsightly squatters with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get three spider vein removal treatments at Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute in Miami Beach (a $1,320 value).
At Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute, board-certified dermatologist and New York Times –bestselling author Dr. Leslie Baumann, leads an experienced staff of medical professionals as they restore lost youth with the latest cosmetic procedures. Sclerotherapy injections performed by an experienced physician's assistant do away with creepy-crawly capillaries by introducing a sclerosing agent into the problem veins, causing them to break down and become re-absorbed into the body during a period of weeks. During a pretreatment consultation, doctors carefully explain the treatment, scrutinize the veins in question, and answer pressing questions about the procedure or the recent updates to the food pyramid. After the 15–45 minute treatment, compression tape and medical-grade support hose––which may be purchased at the office––support soon-to-be-squiggle-less areas.
While veins may initially appear worse following treatment, they generally begin to fade after just a few days, and patients are encouraged to walk around during the recovery period to hasten the process and check the soundness of their floors. Treatments should be scheduled one month apart, and typically result in greatly diminished or near-permanent reduction.
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Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute
Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute's board-certified dermatologist and New York Times–bestselling author Dr. Leslie Baumann leads an experienced staff of medical professionals as they restore lost youth with the latest cosmetic procedures. The internationally renowned doctor and founder of the University of Miami Cosmetic Medicine & Research Institute has been involved in the clinical trials of cosmetic medicines such as Botox, Dysport, and Juvéderm and has worked to see if botulinum toxin can smooth crow's feet, dry sweaty palms, or turn dogs back into puppies. She has a column in the Miami Herald and has appeared on Good Morning America and the Today show.