Calabasas Vein Doctor
Teeming with gated communities and affluent residents, Calabasas is one of California’s most sought-after cities. If you are a resident of Calabasas, you know the value of youth and beauty in this area. Fortunately, even if you have concerns about your appearance because of varicose veins, wrinkles or other issues, help is available at the L.A. Vein Center.
Calabasas is a Los Angeles County city located northwest of the Santa Monica Mountains. The city is home to a little over 23,000 people, most of who work in the arts or in white collar jobs.
Calabasas is approximately 15 miles from Sherman Oaks, so residents of Calabasas can reach the L.A. Vein Center quickly and easily.
Seeking Treatment at the L.A. Vein Center
If you are interested in seeking treatment at the L.A. Vein Center, it may help to learn about the types of treatment we offer before you make an appointment.
Our available cosmetic treatments include:
If you have fine lines or wrinkles on your face, or if your skin lacks youthful volume, you may benefit from treatment with dermal filler or Botox. Dermal fillers are specialized substances that can be injected into your skin to fill in wrinkles and add fullness. The L.A. Vein Center offers several different dermal fillers, so you can choose the option that is best for you.
Liposuction procedures are designed to help clients who have fat deposits in problem areas, such as the hips, chin, arms and love handles. During this procedure, excess fat will be surgically removed.
Our available vein treatments include:
Radiofrequency ablation is appropriate for most cases of varicose veins, even larger ones. During this procedure, your vascular surgeon will thread a thin catheter using ultrasound guidance into your diseased veins and treat their walls with radiofrequency energy. This energy will cause the vein to constrict and seal close and divert blood flow to healthy vein vessels.
If you want relief of symptoms and cosmetic improvement for your varicose veins, microphlebectomy is ideal. During this procedure, your vascular surgeon will make small incisions near your diseased vein. He or she will then remove the vein from the body with a small hook.
Sclerotherapy is appropriate for both spider veins and varicose veins. During this procedure, a surgeon will inject a sclerosant solution into diseased veins. After being exposed to this solution, the walls of the veins will seal, and the vein will collapse shut. Over time, it will fade from view.
You can learn more about any of the procedures we offer by calling the L.A. Vein Center to schedule a consultation.