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Leg Veins

As a person ages, the valves in their veins may become weak and not work quite as well as they used to, allowing blood to pool in the legs. Genetics, health history, hormonal changes, pregnancy, being overweight, prolonged periods of standing and a lack of movement all can lead to the development of visible leg veins.

There are two types of abnormal leg veins: spider and varicose veins. Both types are quite common, with over 50% of women and 40% of men experiencing some type of leg vein issue.

Unfortunately, abnormal leg veins do not fade or disappear on their own but can be treated at Guelph Medical Laser and Skin Centre.

At Guelph Laser, we recognize the unique needs of every patient by offering customized options with the following steps:

A Comprehensive Assessment

An initial consultation with a medical aesthetician to understand the patient’s concerns and goals followed by an in-depth assessment of the problem area(s). 

An Individualized Treatment Plan
Everyone’s skin is unique and should be treated that way. With this, the medical aesthetician will offer a personalized treatment plan and explanation of the recommended treatments. At this point, the patient will have the opportunity to ask questions or address concerns. 

Should the patient wish to proceed, the treatment(s) will be booked. The patient will then return for the scheduled appointment and begin their journey towards clearer skin! 

Treatments for Your Leg Veins may Include:

Where to Find Us
89 Dawson Rd Suite 2
Guelph, Ontario N1H 1B1

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