The latest in spider vein treatment: The VeinGogh System
The VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System provides a superior solution for the treatment of spider veins and “cherry angiomas.”
Do you suffer from “cherry angiomas”, those bright red spots on your face and body that slowly grow and become raised on your skin?
VeinGogh vein removal magically eliminates those cosmetically disturbing spider vein lines and red spots permanently and in just a few seconds. Come in to see us at Vein911 and in 30 minutes — using the VeinGogh procedure — you can leave our office without those red lines and spots! Your friends and family will wonder what happened to those seemingly permanent lines and spots.
VeinGogh vein removal is a painless solution to those particularly stubborn blood vessels that are resistant to sclerotherapy, laser, and intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments. The VeinGogh procedure is the fast, easy way to reliably treat these and other cosmetically unacceptable conditions, often with less discomfort than older therapies. While other treatments can be expensive, have varying effectiveness with different skin types, and entail a risk of injury, VeinGogh vein treatment is quick, effective, and minimally invasive, using a hair-thin, insulated probe to instantly eliminate vessels dependably and permanently on any skin-type and any part of the body.
Vein911 offers the latest technology for treating small spider veins in Tampa including — the VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis Treatment System.
This device uses radio-frequency energy to destroy spider veins with a high degree of precision, thus making it easier than ever to remove unsightly veins on the face, body or legs. VeinGogh treatment is considerably more advanced than laser technology because it is capable of pinpointing the damaged vein with greater precision, keeping the surrounding skin unharmed. By focusing specifically on the damaged vein, patients can eliminate the sunburn appearance that often results after laser treatments.
More about Cherry Angiomas
Cherry angiomas (“Campbell De Morgan spots” or “senile angiomas”) are clusters of tiny capillaries at the surface of the skin. They range in color from bright red to purple. When they first develop they may be only a tenth of a millimeter in diameter and are typically flat, appearing as small red dots. They usually grow to about one or two millimeters across and up to a centimeter or more in diameter. As they grow larger, they tend to expand in thickness and may take on a raised, dome shape. Cherry angiomas appear spontaneously most commonly in middle age but can also occur in young people. The number and size of cherry angiomas usually increase with advancing age. They are usually harmless but cherry angiomas may bleed profusely if they are injured.