> Before obtaining a cosmetic treatment, it is important to schedule a consultation during which you can openly discuss your goals and expectations with a physician. The physician will evaluate your treatment options, the required amount of visits, as well as the risks and benefits associated with each procedure. As every individual patient reacts differently to treatments, the information within this site and the client photos are strictly for reference purposes only and in no way constitute a promise of results.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
What is the procedure to treat my varicose veins? Firstly, your condition will need to be evaluated. During your first consultation, we will assess your condition, and consider your different treatment options with you. We will then establish a treatment plan that will aim at controlling the disease as well as possible. To this end, a specific number of sessions will be required.
Which varicose veins can be treated?
Venous Disease in the Lower Extremities (legs and thighs):
- Large varicose veins
- Reticular veins
- Great saphenous vein (or medial saphenous vein)
- Lesser saphenous vein (or lateral saphenous vein)
- Incompetent perforator veins
- Telangiectasias (varicose veins)
Enlarged veins not in the lower extremities:
- Rosacea (on the cheeks, chin, nose)
- Venulectasias (small, dilated veins)
- On the chest and torso
- On the abdominal wall (abdomen)
- At the external genital organs (vulvar and scrotal varicosities)
- Cherry angiomas (lips)
- Varicose veins secondary to radiation dermatitis (post-radiation therapy)