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 $149, you get two sclerotherapy or laser spider-vein treatments at Bottsford's Vein and Laser Care in Spartanburg (a $900 value).
Bottsford's Vein and Laser Care's team of medical professionals––led by pioneer of phlebology Dr. John Bottsford––exterminates spider and varicose veins with minimally invasive procedures. The aesthetic experts can erase the cobwebbed memories of dilated capillaries on the face or legs with sclerotherapy injections, which close unsightly spider veins before the body naturally disposes of them by ingesting rolled-up newspapers and flip-flops. Alternatively, the GentleYag and Vbeam Perfecta laser treatments shoo away spider veins with concentrated light as a cooling system soothes skin for optimal comfort. Each anesthesia-free procedure lasts approximately 30 minutes and results in little to no downtime, so patients can quickly return to normal daily activities. Afterward, the medical staffers send clients home with a pair of medical-grade compression stockings, which speeds up the healing process like a full-body band-aid or a bath in Neosporin.
Bottsford's Vein and Laser Care
Bottsford's Vein and Laser Care's team of medical professionals, headed up by pioneer of phlebology Dr. John Bottsford and wife Jane, a registered nurse, has provided advanced aesthetic treatments for more than 30 years. Among these signature treatments is tattoo removal, performed by friendly staff that includes Dr. Ifekan-Shango Simon. Using an Alex TriVantage unit, the Q-switched Alexandrite laser works to treat multiple-colored tattoos without damaging the surrounding skin.
Dr. Bottsford also spent many years adopting up-and-coming vein-removal techniques, and offers time-tested treatments for varicose and spider veins. The minimally invasive sclerotherapy procedure erases the cobwebbed memories of dilated capillaries with an injected solution and medical-grade compression hose.