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Larisse Lee MD, RVT, RPVI

Dr. Larisse Lee is a board certified vascular surgeon who trained at Stanford University, Massachusetts General Hospital, a leading Harvard hospital, and Cornell-Columbia Presbyterian Hospitals in New York City. Dr. Lee established the L.A. Vein Center to provide the best comprehensive venous care to the greater Los Angeles area. Dr. Lee received the 2020 “Ultimate Vein Treatment” Award.

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Board-certified in both Vascular Surgery and General Surgery, Dr. Lee has received numerous honors and awards, including a National Research Service Award bestowed by the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Lee has conducted several studies in vascular surgery to increase knowledge and understanding in the field.

  • Latest techniques in vein removal
  • Varicose vein and spider vein treatment
  • Xeomin, Radiesse, Belotero
  • Minimally invasive cosmetic and medical procedures
  • In house ultrasound evaluation
  • Focus on patient safety, education and results
  • Harvard & Stanford trained board certified surgeon
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What You Need to Know About Chest Vein Treatment

Have you ever noticed the appearance of veins on your chest? They might be blue in color and visible through the skin. If so, these are known as varicose veins, and often, chest vein treatment is available through a procedure called sclerotherapy. If you take a minute to understand the process, you ...
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Exploring Effective Treatments for Varicose Veins

Your legs have several veins, including superficial veins – those located near the surface. They are about a half-inch below the skin. These veins, like all veins in your legs, have one-way valves that keep blood pumping up toward your heart instead of back down your legs. You can develop varicose veins if ...
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Everything You Need to Know About Xeomin®

The natural aging process may be unavoidable, but the same cannot be said for the effects. Xeomin®can help people age gracefully while maintaining their youthful appearance. Xeomin is a revolutionary neurotoxin that temporarily blocks muscle movement in certain areas of the face. Once injected, Xeomin prevents wrinkle formation, creating a smoother, ...
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Experience Younger-Looking Skin With Radiesse®

Dermal fillers have become a popular, minimally-invasive solution for patients treating signs of aging. Radiesse® is an FDA-approved filler for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and adding volume to your skin. Every filler is slightly different, and what makes Radiesse® stand out is its gel-like composition. Great for ...
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Venous Ulcers and How to Prevent Them

Venous ulcers occur when there is a disruption in the normal flow of blood through the veins in the legs. They can be categorized as sores that break the skin's surface, and while they are not limited to a certain skin region, legs are the most common site of occurrence at ...
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Hand Vein Treatment: What Causes Hand Veins?

In most cases, visible hand veins do not signify a serious health problem; however, they are a valid cosmetic concern for many. While more pronounced hand veins could also result from a person’s unique genetic makeup, there are a few other factors that could be responsible for them. Whether you ...
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What Is Sclerotherapy and How Does It Treat Spider Veins?

Spider veins are thin and spindly veins that appear near the surface of your skin. These veins are damaged blood vessels that are more common in women and as we age. Thankfully, spider veins are usually harmless and have no symptoms. However, their appearance can be frustrating or distressing to ...
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Everything You Need To Know About Varicose Veins

Believe it or not, Varicose veins are much more common than you’d think. Almost 50% of the adult population in the United States has this common vascular condition. This condition typically occurs on the lower legs. While it can look like just a cosmetic issue, if left untreated, it can ...
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I had a wonderful experience with Dr. Lee, and will definitely recommend her and will be going back. She thoroughly explained the procedure and answered all my questions before starting my treatment. Her office is immaculate and her staff is very friendly.”

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