The Vein Institute of Toronto Approach to Surface Laser for Legs

We offer you a free personal consultation with Dr. Sanjoy Kundu, medical director of The Vein Institute of Toronto. Based on a comprehensive history and physical examination that focuses on the possible causes of vein disorders, along with a detailed venous history, Dr. Kundu determines the most important factors of your condition and circumstances.

Once the consultation is completed, Dr. Kundu produces a personalized treatment plan tailored to your individual needs and goals. One copy of your treatment plan is for you, and a second copy is kept on your chart throughout your treatment period to ensure that your goals are respected and fulfilled.

We believe in meticulous attention to detail, including sterility and hygiene to ensure your safety and that you receive the highest quality of care. The method that we use to treat leg spider veins is referred to as "double injury". After treating the spider veins with the laser, we inject sclerosing fluid into the feeder vein.

To view beneath the surface of the skin, we use the Syris 300. To treat the surface veins, we use the D940 SkinPulse S laser. During treatment, we use the Zimmer Cryo Cool 6 air cooler on the skin in the area being treated, eliminating pain and damage. To perform the sclerotherapy that follows the laser treatment, we use the Veinlite T with Side-Transillumination, a patented method of rendering the area being treated with unprecedented clarity and uniform illumination.

Normal Vein

Abnormal Vein (Incompetent Valves)

What can you expect?

During your consultation, we will be happy to tell you more about your treatment, possible side effects, and what results you can expect. Surface veins of the leg often require three to five treatments (at 4- to 6-week intervals) to thoroughly and effectively remove all spider veins.

To prepare for your treatment

Our D940 Flexipulse laser

After your treatment

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