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 Venocure in Dearborn. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get a consultation (a $120 value) and two sclerotherapy treatments on legs or face (a $300 value each; a total $720 value).
- For $99, you get a consultation (a $120 value) and two Veinwave treatments on legs or face (a $300 value each; a total $720 value).
Dr. George Nahhas and his skilled staff work to alleviate varicose veins’ unsightly grasp on legs and faces with 30-minute sclerotherapy and Veinwave treatments. After an enlightening consultation, sclerotherapy patients receive multiple injections of an FDA-approved sclerosant, which aims to close and harden offending groups of blood vessels. Like a poorly designed time capsule, veins’ appearance gradually fades over a few weeks, but three to five sessions may be needed to unveil optimal results. Alternatively, Veinwave treatments use a fine needle to unleash energy under the outermost layers of skin and may immediately diminish the appearance of epidermal critters. No downtime is required after the procedure, but small scratch-like marks may appear after a few days and should vanish without extra treatment or words of encouragement. Appointments for both options are spaced four weeks apart.
Faulty valves, age, and even genetic predisposition can all be responsible for the appearance of unsightly—and occasionally painful—varicose and spider veins. At Venocure, Dr. George Nahhas specializes in using cutting-edge medical technologies to remove these blemishes using minimally invasive methods. The VNUS Closure procedure uses ultrasound-guided catheters to enter the affected veins and then bombard the walls with a barrage of radio frequency energy, which causes the veins to collapse and minimizes their appearance to the naked eye. In addition to this highly refined approach, Dr. Nahhas also offers other tried-and-true methods for concealing the signs of blue-tinged varicose veins, such as sclerotherapy injections and compression stockings, as opposed to drawing skin-colored tattoos over the affected areas.