Aliso Viejo Clinic

26671 Aliso Creek Road, Suite 101
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Ph: 949-425-0321
Fax: 949-425-1204


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Acne Vein Removal
Acne Scar   Sclerotherapy
Active FX - Laser Skin Resurfacing   Laser Vein Removal
Botox Melasma
Chemical Peel Photofacial IPL (Intense Pulse Light)
Fillers Injectable Facial Skin Rejuvenations (Laser Genesis)
  Juvederm Sun Spot, Age Spot, Freckles
  Radiesse Laser Skin Tightening Tightening
  Restylane Vibraderm Microdermabrasion
Fine Lines & Wrinkles
Laser Liposuction (Cool Lipo)  
Laser Hair  






Varicose Veins:


Deep Veins, superficial veins, and perforating-communicating veins are three components of the leg’s venous system that depend on each other. A dysfunction in any of these components can affect the other two. Varicose veins appear when superficial leg veins are place under high pressure which then make them dilate and enlarge.  Varicose veins can be a result of: 1) Obstruction, 2) valve incompetence, 3) arteriovenous anastamosis, 4) hereditary, 5) aging




Telangiectasia is known more commonly by most people as spider veins, however there are 4 types of telangiectasia: 1) Simple, 2) Spider  veins, 3) Papular, 4) Arborized. Telangiectasia is strictly defined as superficial vessels of the skin visible to the human eye. Telangiectasia can arise from both arterials and veins. There is a wide range of  causes for telangiectasia: 1) hereditary, 2) activation of certain hormones and chemicals 3) pressure exerted by crossing legs, 4) tissue loss. These are only a few causes of these little leg veins.