Vein Treatment Videos

How to Treat Leg Veins — The Doctor Explains

Dr. Joel Schlessinger explains the various types of leg veins that affect women and treatment options. He demonstrates a procedure on this woman. VIEW NOW

Can My Treatment Be Covered My Insurance?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains how most treatments for venous disease can be covered by insurance. The first step is to have an ultrasound to determine if you have venous disease. VIEW NOW

What Is a Varicose Vein and Why Do I Have It?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains what a varicose vein is and how it can be treated. VIEW NOW

What Is a Spider Vein?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains the difference between a spider vein and a varicose vein. Spider veins are generally a cosmetic issue and can be treated by a procedure called sclerotherapy. VIEW NOW

Venous Disease: Why Treating Legs Veins May Not Be Purely Cosmetic

Dr. Lisa Perez explains the significant differences between a cosmetic and non-cosmetic patient. Often, it has nothing to do with the visible veins on your legs. Dr. Perez discusses how to tell if your issue may be medical rather than cosmetic. VIEW NOW

Could You Have an Underlying Venous Disease?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains the difference between the two main types of patients seen at her clinic, both cosmetic patients and those who suffer from underlying venous disease. VIEW NOW

Comparing Laser Resurfacing, Halo Laser, and IPL

Dr. Kris Reddy explains the distinction between laser resurfacing, Halo Laser, and broad band light, also known as intense pulsed light. VIEW NOW

Benefits of the V-Beam Perfecta

Dr. Michael Law's laser technician explains that the V-Beam perfecta targets vascular issues and triggers collagen production which can help to improve the skin's overall tone and texture. VIEW NOW


Receiving Other Treatments in Conjunction With V-Beam

Dr. Michael Law's expert laser technician explains that patients may receive additional treatments in conjunction with the V-Beam. When receiving additional treatments, there must be a two week window in between treatments. VIEW NOW

How Does the V-Beam Laser Work?

Dr. Michael Law's nurse explains how the V-Beam laser works. Some patients can see immediate results after their treatment, while for some patients it can take up to 4 weeks to see results. VIEW NOW

How Many V-Beam Treatments Will I Need for Best Results?

Dr. Michael Law's nurse explains that it is typically recommended that a patient receives 3 to 5 V-Beam treatments. This number can also vary depending on the patient. VIEW NOW

What Areas Can Be Treated with the V-Beam Laser?

Dr. Michael Law's laser technician explains that the V-Beam laser can be safely used all of the body. The most common areas this laser is used to treat are the face, neck and chest. VIEW NOW

How to Rejuvenate the Hands

Dr. Juan Carlos Fuentes explains the treatment options for hand rejuvenation, and how to obtain the best results by complementing with other treatments for the skin like IPL and laser. VIEW NOW

See How the V-Beam Pulsed Dye Laser is Used to Treat Spider Veins

Dr. Jason Emer explains how the V-Beam Pulsed Dye Laser is used to treat telangiectasia, also known as spider veins. It also helps with birthmarks and bruises. VIEW NOW

See the Procedure: Sclerotherapy for Leg Veins

Dr. Cain R. Linville shows us how visible veins can be minimized using Sclerotherapy. VIEW NOW