As the leading Las Vegas vein clinic, Safi Miran Laser & Rejuvenation Center offers the most affordable, pain free spider vein treatments. Your vein treatment may depend on the severity of your spider and varicose veins; sclerotherapy, laser treatment, vein stripping, and endoscopic vein surgery are just a few of the many treatment options that exist for healing spider veins.
Although it sounds scary, laser vein treatments are the least invasive procedure you can receive. Laser ablation therapy can fix everything a surgery can – but without the surgery. The laser light heats up and focuses on the spider veins. The blood cells in the veins absorb the photons that are projected from the laser. The heat destroys the vein without damaging your skin or other parts of your body. Over time and after a few treatments, the vein will shrink and dissolve. The body will reabsorb the vein, and the blood will be redirected to healthier veins. Recovery time is usually just a few days while keeping compression socks over the legs.
If you are not a fan of needles or surgery of any kind, laser treatment is an excellent option for you. Always consult your healthcare provider before receiving any type of treatment. If you’re in the Las Vegas area, visit Safi Miran Laser Spa for your beauty needs.
Safi Miran Spider Vein Treatment
Often called spider veins, varicose veins are damaged veins that usually become visible in the legs. In weak veins, blood doesn’t flow as it should. It gets sluggish and begins to accumulate in the vein. While more blood collects in the vein, it pushes on the walls of the vein, causing it to bulge. As the stressed veins begin to appear on the surface of the skin, they look like spider webs, as thin red, purple, or blue lines form in clusters. Sometimes the veins will raise and swell due to the blood pooling.
Your chance of having spider veins depends on your genetics, mobility, age, any injuries, or hormonal changes like pregnancy. If you notice you have them, it’s wise to consult a professional. Spider veins can be a sign of circulation problems, such as pooling and clotting. Clots especially can reach essential organs like the lungs, heart, and brain and cut off blood supply.
Varicose or spider veins don’t go away on their own, either. Even if they don’t cause you pain, it’s still best to talk to your doctor. They worsen over time, and if left untreated, there’s a risk of the vein(s) rupturing and causing chronic vein disease. In addition to the legs, spider veins are known to appear on the face or pelvic area, also close to the skin’s surface.
Founder Anna-Mariya Borodina and medical director Dr. Kaveh Kashani are board-certified professionals in laser technology and as medical physicians, respectively. Anna, Dr. Kashani, and the other highly qualified aestheticians at Safi Miran provide elite treatments and outstanding patient care.
Anna-Mariya Borodina has 25 years of combined experience. Borodina’s background includes being a medical doctor in Eastern Europe, an honorary member of Who’s Who index, and a member of American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). She has a passion for helping those in the skin care division and loves training med-spa staff on laser therapies.
Dr. Kashani oversees all patient care and clinical procedures at Safi Miran. He enjoys helping people of all ages look and feel young again and also has experience with injectable fillers such as Botox, Juvéderm, and Restylane. Dr. Kashani excels in everything he does – after practicing medicine for over nine years, he knows what he’s doing.
Our Las Vegas vein clinic uses only the latest technology for your benefit. The spider and varicose vein treatments are quick, non-surgical, and virtually pain free. Get rid of your unsightly spider veins, improve organ functionality, and step up your overall health with the laser spider vein treatment at Safi Miran Laser & Rejuvenation Center.
- Improve blood flow to vital organs
- Boost self-confidence and feel your best
- Experience a noninvasive procedure with less recovery time
- Prevent blood pooling and clotting to avoid other health risks