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Never use the ‘ballet’ needle on the leg Never use the ‘bristle’ needle on the face (Although future needles are being designed that will be smaller) Legs •

Use only 5% power

Use ice or Painease® before treating

If you have experience & feel comfortable treating larger spider veins, use subdermal tumescent solution

If possible, do a test at consult visit, so patient will know what to expect

Do not expect complete resolution of treated area for 2-3 months and tell your patient this

Show your patients before & after images…you can use images from our site…just reference it

VeinGogh works well, if done properly and the right veins are targeted

Face •

Best all around treatment for red veins on the face and nose

If possible, use a topical anesthetic around the nose, since it is extremely tender

Use the ballet needle using 10-20% as long as the vessel blanches, you have adequate power

Tell your patient to expect redness, small dots, but everything

will revert to normal

VeinGogh 2013