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Leg Veins

The London Cosmetic Clinic offers a variety of specialised laser and SWT/I2PL vascular and skin treatments. We use the Ellipse Nordlys System – the most versatile and effective platform system on the market.

As we age, valves in our leg veins become less efficient, so less blood is pumped back from the legs. This means blood vessels in our legs become larger, darker and more visible. In severe cases, varicose veins can form and may require surgical treatment (vein stripping). Other vessels can be treated by injections (sclerotherapy). Smaller vessels (leg telangiectasias) are often treated by laser, such as the Ellipse Nd:YAG laser.

How does the Ellipse treatment work?

Ellipse leg vein treatment uses a precisely calculated pulse of laser energy, exactly directed to the vessel being treated. This causes the blood inside the vessel to heat up, causing the wall of the vessel to collapse. The vessel is reabsorbed naturally by your white blood cells. The skin surrounding the vessel is not affected by the treatment


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THE TREATMENT AT A GLANCE

from 15 min

Duration

N/A

Anesthetic

N/A

Down Time

from 1 month

Time to See Results

Repeat between 4-6 weeks.

Treatment Lasts

frequently asked questions

Had my treatment today and never felt better!
It was a very comfortable environment and friendly staff. I was nervous but felt at ease after talking to the doctor.

Frederico

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