Syneron elōs™ LV/LVA Applicator
Facial vein treatment with the LV/LVA Applicator uses safe, effective levels of laser and radiofrequency energy. The treatment can remove facial veins, leg veins, and other unwanted vessels.
Laser and radiofrequency energy have been used separately for decades in medicine and surgery. Optimal outcomes are achived with they are combined, treating veins and vascular lesions with a low risk of side effects.
If you have unwanted leg veins or vascular lesions, you may be a candidate for this treatment. It's a safe, effective, and non-invasive approach to vascular treatment. It's a good choice for those who do not like needles or have had an adverse reaction to sclerotherapy.
What results can I expect?
This treatment can provide a reduction in facial spider veins and other unwanted vascular lesions. Spider veins and larger blue-green vessels on legs will gradually fade and can be treated until your satisfaction has been reached.
How many treatments are needed?
1-3 treatments are needed for most patients, while some vessels may require more treatments. Treatment sessions are usually performed 6-8 weeks apart. Smaller spider veins may be treated every 4 weeks.
What does facial vein treatment feel like?
Patients describe treatment as a hot, pinching feeling. Cooling the skin during treatment and/or topical anesthetic cream can enhance your comfort.
Is this treatment safe?
Any medical laser procedure has a risk of side effects including superficial blistering, crusting, and pigmentary changes in the skin. Side effects are rare and usually resolve quickly on their own.
The LV/LVA applicator incorporates technology to minimize risks, as well as a cooling system for skin protection and comfort.
More Information About Facial Vein Treatment in Denver
Since 2001, Revalla plastic surgery has been providing the people of Denver with excellent, individualized cosmetic surgery results. To find out if you are a good candidate for facial vein treatment, we encourage you to call us about an appointment. Call 720-283-2500 or send us an email with the online contact form.