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Thread Veins Treatment
Dr Paul Beresford-Jones runs his Dr Newman’s Clinic from Glasgow Medical Rooms. Dr Newman’s Clinic is the UK’s only doctor led clinic solely dedicated to the treatment of facial veins, facial redness, rosacea, red nose, red cheeks, large nose veins and leg veins.
What are thread veins? Also medically known as Telangiectasia, they are a common complaint that can affect people of all ages and are often found on the face and legs. Also called spider veins, theyare tiny prominent veins just below the skin surface. They tend to branch and give a spidery sort of pattern hence their common name. Spider veins can occur anywhere on the body but most often on the legs and face. They can cause a lot of misery for people who suffer from them.
Is this laser treatment?
No. Laser is not used in any of our treatments. The techniques we use are injection compression sclerotherapy and the modern method of treating ﬁner veins, thermocoagulation, often referred to as Veinwave, Thermocoagulation is far more successful in the removal of thread veins than laser therapy. The skin is treated safely and effectively using microwave technology. The microwaves penetrate the tissue to approximately 0.5-2mm, which has no adverse side effects.
After the procedure
Dr Newman’s currently have 7 other Thread Vein clinics operating around the UK: Harley Street London, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle and Belfast.
PRICE: Consultation – £195 Treatment – £395
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I would like to thank Dr O’Neill very much for her time today: I get the impression that she is a very caring professional, knowledgeable and reassuring, and that she makes explaining conditions crystal clear, which is exactly what is needed for an anxious patient like myself. The staff that I met were all extremely welcoming, well-groomed and helpful too. Add to this the very relaxing and beautifully scented ambience and it was really a truly positive and pleasant visit. Thank you.Linnea Blair
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