LASER Vein REMOVAL
A vein is a small blood vessel that sits near the surface of the skin. During vein removal treatment, laser light targets the blood that contains haemoglobin within the vessels.
The haemoglobin absorbs the laser light emitted converting it into heat.
This heat destroys the protein in wall of the vein vessel causing it to collapse and disperses the blood. The vessel is then reabsorbed naturally by the white blood cells with the body.
An in-depth consultation with your thread vein removal specialist will be carried out to assess your personal needs before a treatment programme can proceed.
This is followed with a patch test to determine skin response and the size of vessels before treating unwanted veins.
If you would like to speak to our team about booking your consultation, please call Cobham on 01932 216 560, Chelsea on 020 3130 0003 or email email@example.com for more information.
WHY THE NIMMO CLINIC
Your safety is paramount, which is why we’re proudly registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), ensuring compliance with the relevant regulations and standards and adheres to the CQC’s fundamental standards for care, including person-centeredness, safety, effectiveness, responsiveness, and leadership. The Nimmo Clinic is also registered with SaveFace, the only Government Approved Register which is exclusive to Doctors, Nurses, Dentists and Prescribing Pharmacists.
Dr. Martin Nimmo is also a member of The Allergan Medical Institute, developed in partnership with the most eminent specialists in their field, with a curriculum encompassing the latest scientific and clinical education.
Facial blood vessels – also known as telangiectasia, thread veins and spider veins – can be really noticeable in some people, particularly if you suffer from rosacea.
Telangiectasia usually appears in clusters as pink or red lines near the surface of our skin. Generally, it is caused as a result of too much sun (damages blood vessels), alcoholism (affects blood flow), pregnancy (applies pressure on vessels) and rosacea (enlarges vessels). Ageing also has a big impact as blood vessels begin to weaken.
Threads veins and spider veins.
Laser emits a single wavelength of light, which converts to heat energy when it arrives and destroys the abnormal blood vessels.
The laser is very precise, so none of the surrounding skin should be damaged as a result of treatment. Your telangiectasia will begin to fade, reducing redness and refreshing your skin’s appearance.
Laser is an effective solution for telangiectasia but can only
be used on certain skin types.
Contact us for more information.
The treatment takes around 15-45 minutes.
From £95. The total investment will depend on the number of areas treated to achieve your desired result, and will be discussed at your consultation.
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