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What You'll Get
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 to Midwest Vein Center. This Groupon is valid at the center’s two locations in Bowling Green and Holland. Choose between the following options:
- For $75, you get a sclerotherapy spider-vein treatment (a $350 value).
- For $135, you get two sclerotherapy spider-vein treatments (a $700 value)
- For $349, you get a Radiesse dermal-filler treatment (a $700 value).<p>
Midwest Vein Center’s team of epidermal experts removes spider veins and reduces winkles with injectable treatments that begin with free 30-minute consultations. The 25-minute sclerotherapy session consists of a quick injection of vein-collapsing serum, which reroutes blood flow away from spidery passageways of up to three square inches in size. Deprived of circulation, the unwanted veins collapse, causing them to fade gradually like photographs in a vacation video by Ken Burns. The Radiesse dermal filler smoothes away the smile lines that form between the lip and the nose by filling out the space immediately beneath the skin. After one injection on each side of the mouth, typically wrinkle-forming facial expressions such as smiles, laughs, and winks of ennui remain free of furrows for up to two years.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Midwest Vascular & Varicose Vein Center
Led by Dr. Innocent Ubunama, a general vascular surgeon, the staff at Midwest Vascular & Varicose Vein Center purges legs of visible veins using one of four treatment methods. Sclerotherapy treatments flood spider veins with chemical injections that collapse the blood vessel for absorption into the body. Varicose vein treatments involve radio frequency ablation and use thermal energy to shrink vein walls and seal them closed. Alternatively, during a surgical microphlebectomy, doctors pluck more severe varicose veins from legs with a series of incisions. Patients unable to undergo these procedures can adopt lifestyle changes and wear specialized garments to prevent further damage to their venous system, a noninvasive option.