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Spider Vein Treatment by Laser

Spider vein treatment is a straight forward procedure in which small blue, purple, pink or red veins are treated with a variety of lasers to eliminate the vein.

These veins can appear anywhere on the body, but mainly become noticeable on the nose, face or legs. With laser vein treatment, immediate results can be achieved.

The laser procedure is performed in our Laser Center and takes about 15 to 30 minutes to properly treat the area. If treatment is performed on the lower extremity, support hose may be recommended for a short period after treatment.

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For more information or to schedule a treatment appointment, please call us at 770-834-6302.

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