Intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments 

The Glow Bar uses the Spectrum Laser/IPL Treatments to treat skin discoloration, improve skin texture, and treat broken blood vessels. 

 

What is IPL?

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments can alleviate multiple dermatologic conditions.  The Spectrum delivers wavelength specific pulses of energy to the desired treatment area. Discomfort is minimal and is usually compared to the "snap of a rubber band." Multiple treatments may be required to achieve your desired result. 

 

Laser Spider vein treatments

The Glow Bar works closely with Milford Vascular Institute. If you have varicose veins or spider veins, we recommend scheduling a consultation with The Vein Team at Milford Vascular Institute. Milford Vascular accepts all insurance plans. Once you have been cleared by our vascular team or if the veins you want treated are on your face, we may proceed with a consultation for laser spider vein treatments. 

  • What causes increased venous pressure?

    Patients can experience an increase in venous pressure for a variety of reasons. The most common cause for increased venous pressure is chronic venous insufficiency.

  • Who is at risk for developing varicose veins?

    Varicose vein formation is an abnormal process; not everyone will develop them. People who are at a higher risk for developing these unsightly veins include: women, professionals who sit or stand for long periods of time, people with a family history of venous insufficiency, people with a history of blood clots, smokers,​ people with excessive weight, and women who have been pregnant or had children.

  • How do we treat varicose veins?

    Before we address the visual varicose veins, we have to treat the underlying condition causing them. If the underlying condition is not treated first, the smaller, superficial veins will not respond to treatment.  Milford Vascular Institute offers a variety of venous closure procedures to treat the larger feeder veins. After the feeder vein has been closed off, the underlying problem has been treated. However, some large varicose veins may remain. If these leftover veins are not addressed they may become inflamed and clotted. These veins can be either be removed or injected with a sclerosing solution. 

  • Why should you have your varicose veins treated?

    While varicose veins are often visually unattractive, there are many clinical reasons to have your varicose veins treated. The sooner you have your veins treated, the less likely you are to develop adverse complications. Having varicose veins puts you at greater risk for developing blood clots, infections, bleeding, and limb threatening ulcers

Laser spider vein treatments vs. sclerotherapy

There are two main forms of treatment for spider veins: sclerotherapy and laser vein treatments. Sclerotherapy is the process of injecting a solution into the vein to cause the walls of the vein to collapse. Eventually, the vein disappears. Laser vein treatments 

Who can be treated?

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What to expect during a Laser Vein Treatment treatment:

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What areas can be treated?

Laser vein treatments can be performed on any part of the body; head to toe. 

What to expect after a Laser Vein treatment:

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Who can be treated?

THIS BOX NEEDS TO BE UPDATED

What to expect during a Laser Vein Treatment treatment:

THIS BOX MUST BE UPDATED 

What areas can be treated?

Laser vein treatments can be performed on any part of the body; head to toe. 

What to expect after a Laser Vein treatment:

THIS BOX MUST BE UPDATED 

The Glow Bar

20 Commerce Park,

Milford, CT 06460

(203)301-5860

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