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Laser Vein Therapy Training

Laser Vein Therapy TrainingSpider veins are one of the most common aesthetic concerns among men and women. Over the past decade, modern treatment methods have improved drastically, which has led more businesses to incorporate these procedures into their service menu.

To meet this growing demand for cosmetic vein reduction, medical aesthetics schools across the country have designed training courses for individuals looking to become a cosmetic laser tech and learn spider vein removal techniques.

With over a decade of excellence, National Laser Institute offers laser vein therapy training that focuses on the best techniques to treat spider veins as well as other cosmetic procedures for anti-aging. Not only does this course offer classroom education, but it includes hands-on laser practice to ensure the best aesthetic results every time.

What Are Spider Veins?

Also called telangiectasias, spider veins are groups of tiny blood vessels that develop close to the surface of the skin and have the appearance of spiderwebs. They are caused by structural abnormalities and are often blue, red or purple in color.

Spider veins are commonly found on the face and legs in adults, though women tend to develop them more frequently than men. Factors such as genetics, hormonal changes, medications, pregnancy and obesity increase the chances of having this aesthetic vein condition.

Due to advances in laser technology and higher demand for minimally invasive treatments, clients have several options when it comes to vein reduction. They can choose from cosmetic methods such as lasers or injections. During laser vein therapy training, you will learn spider vein removal techniques using cosmetic lasers. Your course will also include hands-on laser practice in a medical spa environment where you will treat several clients to help prepare you for your new career opportunity as a cosmetic laser technician.

How Spider Veins Are Treated With Lasers

Laser technology can effectively treat unwanted spider veins that are up to two millimeters in diameter. A combination of different cosmetic lasers allows clients to receive the safest, most effective treatment. Longer wavelength lasers are used for larger veins while a shorter wavelength laser can treat smaller, more superficial veins.

During cosmetic vein reduction, a laser is applied to the vein or red spot, sending out bursts of light, causing the vein or red spot to shrink and fade without damaging the surrounding skin. Over time, the treated vessels slowly shrink and are absorbed by the body, revealing beautiful skin minus unsightly spider veins.

Since vein reduction is considered a cosmetic treatment, proper cosmetic laser training is a must! National Laser Institute offers spider vein therapy training where you will learn how to address spider veins with cosmetic lasers as well as other techniques for leg veins to provide your clients with the safest and most effective treatment.

Become A Cosmetic Laser Tech

If you are thinking about a career as a cosmetic laser technician, training is a must! Medical aesthetics training schools across the country offer cosmetic laser courses that will teach you the skills necessary to be successful in the health and beauty industry.

National Laser Institute offers laser vein therapy training for those who want to learn spider vein removal techniques in addition to other skin rejuvenation techniques. Each course includes classroom education and hands-on training so that students feel comfortable and confident in their newfound skills.

Classroom education revolves around discussions about the medical aesthetics industry as well as how to safely and effectively provide cosmetic treatments to your clientele. You will be able to explain:

  • The anatomy and physiology of leg veins
  • How laser technology interacts with skin tissue
  • Different types of light-emitting devices and how they interact with the skin
  • How to conduct a patient consultation
  • Possible side effects and how to manage them
  • The Fitzpatrick scale for skin typing

A spider vein course supplements classroom learning with hands-on training in an educational training environment so you can treat scheduled clients to gain real-world experience in cosmetic vein reduction. In addition to treating real clients, you can receive cosmetic treatments as well. To truly understand what your future clients are experiencing, we believe it is important to have the procedure yourself!

Laser Vein Therapy Training

Medical aesthetics training is essential for estheticians, cosmetologist and complete career changers who want to learn how to treat spider veins with cosmetic lasers and other treatments to help their clients feel their best.

National Laser Institute offers cosmetic laser training for laser vein therapy where you will learn spider vein removal techniques to help your clients achieve their desired skin care goals! Each course includes classroom education and hands-on practice so that you can master your new skill set.

In the classroom, you will take part in in-depth discussions about the industry and what to expect once you become a cosmetic laser tech. Topics include:

  • Anatomy, physiology and abnormalities of leg veins
  • Causes and classification of venous insufficiency
  • Potential treatment complications and how to address them

Your cosmetic laser course also includes hands-on training in an educational training environment. After your instructor demonstrates the treatment you will be performing, you will have the opportunity to treat real clients to practice your newly acquired skill set.

To learn more information about courses at National Laser Institute, fill out the form on the right or call 1-800-982-6817 to speak with an Admissions Advisor.