ThermaVein uses heat energy on the offending vein. The heat forces instantaneous closure of the vein, which stops blood flowing through. It’s safe and effective and can be carried out quickly on thread and spider veins, rosacea and vascular blemishes.
ThermaVein is a treatment developed specifically to instantly and permanently remove visible thread veins or spider veins. It’s safe and effective and can be carried out quickly on thread and spider veins, rosacea and vascular blemishes.
As with several types of thread or spider vein removal procedures, ThermaVein uses heat energy on the offending vein. As the procedure is being carried out, a needle will be inserted and microwave current delivered to the vein. The heat from this current forces the closure of the vein, which stops blood flowing through it. The lack of blood means the vein can no longer be seen under the skin, giving the impression that it has disappeared.
You should expect the results of ThermaVein treatment to be instant, meaning you’ll no longer be able to see the visible thread veins, spider veins or spider naevi which led to you undergoing the procedure in the first place. Some patients will notice that the vein seems to re-appear, but this can be normally be eradicated with a second round of treatment.
The average cost of ThermaVein is £150 - £200 but the specific price you pay will depend on who carries out the treatment and how large the area to be treated is.
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