Spider Veins Aren’t Dangerous, But They Can Keep You From Feeling Your Best

Telangiectasias, commonly known as spider veins, is a condition in which clusters of small dilated red or purple blood vessels appear on the legs, feet and face. Spider veins usually occur between the ages of 18-35 years and peaks between the ages of 50-60 years. They are quite common and can affect both men and women. In fact, as many as 79% of adult males and 88% of adult females develop spider veins during their lifetime.

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There is no one specific cause of spider veins, but there are several factors that have shown to contribute to their development. Risk factors include:

Weight Gain

Hereditary or family history


Hormone changes

Birth Control Pills

A history of blood clots


Exposure to UV rays

Crossing the legs for extended periods

Standing for extended periods

Trauma or impact, such as regular running or jogging


Combining the most advanced technology, a unique design, and a longer wavelength, the Cutera CoolGlide can safely and effectively treat both tiny superficial face veins and deeper blue leg veins on men and women of all skin tones.

varicose vein removal

Results are often noticeable after only one session

Treatments are safe, non-invasive and virtually painless

You can immediately resume your regular activities

There are very few, if any, side effects

NewDermaMed has been offering treatments like varicose veins treatment Toronto
patients have been satisfied with for years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will my day-to-day activities be disrupted?
For the first 24 hours, we recommend the restriction of vigorous exercise. We advise the application of broad-spectrum sunscreen upon the treated area over the next few weeks and or limiting sun exposure until the course of treatment is complete.
Are there any side effects?
Most who experience Laser Vein Reduction procedures report few if any side effects from the procedure. The most commonly reported side effect is flushing, or mild swelling upon the sight of treatment. Most of these side effects will subside within a 24 hour period. Light bruising and in rare instances, blistering may occur.
What can I expect after my treatment?
Post Laser Vein Reduction procedure, some redness or bruising may occur. Most experience little to no pain. In some cases when larger veins are being treated, light or brownish pigment may persist on the surface of the skin temporarily. Those have leg vein treatments may be advised to wear support hose for a short period of time to eliminate strain and encourage healing.
How many treatments will I need?
We often recommend one to three treatments as an average series. Results will vary per individual subjective to size, number and colour of vessel being treated. Some vessels will clear immediately after contact with the laser, others will begin to fade over the course of a few days to a few weeks requiring a repeat treatment. A detailed and personal evaluation can be given during a one on one consultation.
Are Laser Vein Procedures painful?
Most who experience Laser Vein Treatments, find a brief snapping or stinging sensation on the site of treatment as the pulses of energy are delivered to each area. No local anesthetic or oral medications are required, however those who prefer to, may select either option prior to commencing each treatment. Many who experience Laser Vein Procedures find it comparatively less painful thantraditional Sclerotherapy injection treatments.
How do Laser Vein Reduction Treatments work?
Our Laser Vein Treatment includes a specifically selected wavelength applied to each targeted area. These specific wavelengths deliver pulses of light energy, which cause the coagulation of blood within the vein and continues to destroy the surrounding tissue, which is reabsorbed into your body. Blood flow will then be redirected to healthier veins deeper below your skin’s surface.
Can all Skin Types be treated for Laser Vein Reduction?
Our advanced laser technology features a unique design and long wavelength that allows treatment of patients of all skin tones. Patients with dark, light or tanned skin can experience outstanding results with minimal bruising or blistering.
What types of Veins can be treated?
A range of vessels from barely visibletiny Spider veins,also known as Telangiectasia quite commonly found on the facial areato larger, pronounced and deeper blue veins.Spider veins and larger pronounced reticular purple to bluish veins primarily found singularly or in clusters on the legs are often easily treated.Varicose Veins; often identified as larger, physically protruding “Bulging” veins are not ideal candidates for Laser Vein procedures. A consultation with a NEWDERMAMED professional will address which vessels can be safely most effectively treated.
For the first 24 hours, we recommend the restriction of vigorous exercise. We advise the application of broad-spectrum sunscreen upon the treated area over the next few weeks and or limiting sun exposure until the course of treatment is complete.


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