Spider veins are unsightly, useless blood vessels that appear on the legs, unlike lobster arteries, which deliver essential butter to the brain. Crush unnecessary capillaries with today's Groupon: for $189, you get one spider-vein sclerotherapy treatment at the Cincinnati Institute of Plastic Surgery on Montgomery Road (a $400 value).
Voted among Cincinnati's Top Doctors in Cincinnati magazine, Dr. Peter McKenna foils the march of time with advanced cosmetic and skincare treatments. Over the course of the 30–60 minute procedure, a series of sodium-chloride injections sends skin-marring spider veins to live in the basements of their more successful arterial cousins. The procedure is minimally invasive and relatively painless, and patients can return to their normal schedules the next day.
While veins are permanently squashed in the procedure, further treatments may be necessary to treat the appearance of new veins, as well as to pry off any covetous gam goblins. This Groupon is good for four syringes of sclerotherapy solution, with additional treatments available at $125 per syringe.
- I cannot begin to put into words how wonderful Dr. McKenna is as a surgeon and how caring his staff is. Dr. McKenna and his staff are very well informed and willing to take time to explain and answer questions. – Judi, Google Maps
- From the very first consultation, to the surgery day, and follow-up visits, he and his staff are extremely intelligent and caring individuals. – Raynk, Google Maps
Cincinnati Institute of Plastic Surgery
During Dr. Peter McKenna's ascent from an undergraduate at Stanford University to an esteemed member of Cincinnati Magazine's roster of Top Docs, the board-certified surgeon racked up a degree from the Cincinnati College of Medicine, honed his craft in numerous residencies, and shared his expertise in the pages of medical journals and books. From inside the Cincinnati Institute of Plastic Surgery, the doctor doles out cosmetic enhancements to clients' breasts, bodies, and faces, evoking youth in clients' appearances so that they don't have to suggest their age by throwing tantrums in toy stores. Since Dr. McKenna has volunteered his time on medical outreach missions to fix cleft lips and palates in Brazil and has made monetary and medical contributions to numerous charities, his practice has improved the lives of people from all over the world.