Leg vein removal


Take comfort in a non-surgical treatment for leg veins

Unattractive leg veins are all too common for women of every age and a great cause of embarrassment for many. Until now, your only options were to cover them with pants and stockings or suffer through painful injections or invasive, expensive surgery. With laser leg vein removal, you can diminish the appearance of leg veins with no incision or downtime and minimal discomfort.

With laser leg vein removal, laser light constricts blood vessels in the legs without harming surrounding tissue. It’s a quick and easy procedure that gets you back on your feet quickly and helps get your legs back to their youthful appearance with ease.

laser leg vein removal treatment


✧ Excellent outcomes for spider and reticular veins

✧ Noninvasive treatment that can improve the appearance of your legs

✧ Short procedure time (less than 30 minutes)

✧ Minimal side effects and no downtime

Frequently Asked Questions

Laser leg-vein treatment is ideal for spider veins and reticular veins.

Laser leg-vein treatment may be performed on all skin types. Your provider will discuss with you whether you are a good candidate for this treatment.

Laser light targets and constricts the blood vessels in the leg that cause spider veins without harming surrounding tissues, there’s no need for extensive recovery.

A leg-vein treatment session takes less than 30 minutes.

You may see improvement in the appearance of your leg veins immediately following the first treatment, but more treatment sessions are often needed to fully clear blood vessels and reduce the appearance of the leg veins completely.
Most people feel little discomfort during the procedure, and there is usually no need for topical anesthetic. Ask your provider about pain management options.

Most people typically resume their regular activities immediately following the treatment session.

Typical side effects include a temporary redness and sensation of warmth at the site, which should resolve after a short period of time. Your provider will discuss other potential side effects with you.