vein free skin
Radio Frequency Thermal Coagulation is one of the newest techniques to treat spider veins and vascular lesions.
Spider veins, medically known as telangiectasia or venulectasias, are the mildest manifestation of venous insufficiency, similar to varicose veins but smaller. They are small, often tangled groups of tiny blood vessels just under the skin surface that frequently resemble spider webs or tree branches and lie close to the skin's surface. They are generally red, blue or purple and are clearly visible, usually on the face, thighs and lower legs. Spider veins can sometimes cover large areas of skin, but they are only a cosmetic problem and rarely cause physical symptoms. At least a third of all women and a smaller percentage of men are believed to display the condition.
Thermal Coagulation utilizes the High Frequency micro-waves to discharge pin point heat energy to collapse the spider veins upon contact. The energy created by the high frequency current produces a thermal lesion and the immediate disappearance of the vein while preserving the epidermis. All that may remain is a tiny circular red mark that disappears within hours post treatment to leave a micro-crust which itself disappears usually in a matter of days. The treatment is extremely safe and unlike laser treatments does not pose risks of heat blisters or scarring.
Thermal Coagulation facts and benefits
effectively treats spider veins, angiomas, port-wine stains, vascular birthmarks, rosacea or any vascular lesion
fast treatment time and a "walk in – walk out" procedure with no down time for recovery
spider veins and other vascular lesions instantly disappear
minimal discomfort in comparison to other vascular treatments
no bruising, scarring or hyper-pigmentation post treatment
ability to successfully treat sensitive areas like the face, nose, ankles and knees
proven procedure that is minimally invasive with high degree of safety
At Bionome Spa we are proud to introduce this cutting edge treatment that will eliminate your spider veins and vascular lesions for good. Our Thermal Coagulation specialist will meet with you and examine your case prior to performing the procedure to ensure you are a suitable candidate for this treatment.