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Halo Treatment: Do You Want That Glow?
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Halo Treatment: Do You Want That Glow?

Do you have skin imperfections you try to hide with makeup? Maybe you have thought about fractional resurfacing or another service to help your skin look better but shy away at the cost or recovery time. If these apply to you, you should consider a Halo treatment. This relatively new treatment is getting rave reviews...

Botox For Wrinkle Free Skin
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Botox For Wrinkle Free Skin

As you look in the mirror, you may see the changes the years have created. Fine lines that run across your forehead, sometimes making you look worried even when you’re happy. You have crow’s feet at the edges of your eyes that seem to age you instantly.  Feeling youthful, beautiful, and more yourself is possible....

What Is A Chemical Peel And Is It Right For You?
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What Is A Chemical Peel And Is It Right For You?

If your goal is to brighten your complexion and reduce the appearance of dark spots or fine lines, contact Afzal Clinic. Our team of licensed specialists are on hand to discuss whether a chemical peel is right for you.  Chemical peels are one of the most popular outpatient plastic surgery procedures in the United States....

Spider Vein Treatment
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Spider Vein Treatment

Spider Veins are red or blue veins visible on the surface of the skin. These veins are very small with short, jagged lines, which make them look like spider webs. Spider veins can appear anywhere but are most commonly seen on the legs. The most effective treatment options for spider veins is visual sclerotherapy, which is an injectable solution that dries out the lining of the vein and causes it to disappear. Click here for more information about visual sclerotherapy.

Varicose Veins
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Varicose Veins

Varicose veins most often present as large, swollen, bluish veins that run just below the surface of the skin. They almost always affect the legs and are usually painful and unappealing. About 25 percent of women and 15 percent of men suffer from the physical or social discomfort of varicose veins, and half of people over the age of 50 report having them.

Venous Stasis Treatment
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Venous Stasis Treatment

Venous stasis occurs when the skin of the lower legs changes as a result of chronic poor venous blood flow. The skin becomes discolored – turning a brown or red shade – with hardening of the skin, due to the constant pooling of blood in the lower legs. Venous stasis is a sign of progressive varicose vein disease, so prompt treatment is vital.