Like shadow governments, veins work best when unseen. Conceal circulatory Illuminati with today’s Groupon to NY Vascular Laser Center. Choose between the following options:
- For $179, you get one spider-vein sclerotherapy treatment session (a $400 value) and a free vein consultation (normally valued at $250).
- For $249, you get two spider-vein sclerotherapy treatment sessions (a $400 value each; an $800 total value) and a free vein consultation (normally valued at $250).<p>
NY Vascular Laser Center’s Dr. Harry Schanzer wields 40 years of experience as an award-winning physician and knowledge gained as director of Mt. Sinai Hospital’s Vascular Laboratory to diminish the appearance of spider veins with sclerotherapy treatments. After a consultation to determine the best course of action for each patient, Dr. Schanzer injects a small volume of liquid agent into the targeted eight-legged veins. The solution causes the lining of each vein to close tighter than a ventriloquist’s lips, and the vessels gradually fade from view with about a 70–80% improvement over three to six months. Patients spend between 5 and 30 minutes sitting through the virtually painless process depending on the number of areas treated, and more than one session may be necessary to achieve the desired result.
NY Vascular-Laser Center
Award-winning physician Harry Schanzer draws from an extensive arsenal of credentials that includes more than 40 years of medical experience, more than 150 published articles, and time spent as the director of Mount Sinai Hospital's Vascular Laboratory in New York. Together with his talented staff, Dr. Schanzer works to quell a wide array of venous diseases, using his vast knowledge to recommend suitable treatment plans. Staffers might suggest high-tech laser ablation treatments for varicose and spider veins or propose sclerotherapy or microphlebectomy, which, like performing an appendectomy on an ant, requires tiny surgical incisions. Each treatment is designed to enhance patients' comfort and confidence, and can thwart more troublesome medical issues from arising in the future.
Upper East Side
993 Park Ave.
Manhattan, New York 10028