If you have spider veins, you know they are unsightly. But in addition to lowering your self-confidence, did you know they can cause health problems too? Spider veins, or varicose veins, are sometimes genetic. However, lifestyle factors like smoking and sitting for long periods of time can also cause spider veins. Women who are pregnant may also develop varicose veins. Sometimes, spider veins start as just an aesthetic concern. But if they become worse, you may develop physical symptoms such as pain and fatigue. Left untreated, they can even lead to more serious complications like blood clots and open sores. Whether you’re bothered by your veins’ aesthetics, physical discomfort or both, we offer effective, non-invasive solutions.
Spider veins, also called varicose veins, are small veins primarily near the surface of your skin. Normally, veins push blood in just one direction, which is back to the heart. But with spider veins, the blood gets pushed backwards and pools in the vein. Over time, the pool of blood expands. This puts tremendous pressure on the surrounding vein walls. Eventually, that pressure builds and causes the vein to bulge outwards. On the surface, this gives the appearance of a varicose vein. The vein may appear to be common bruise colors, such as blue, purple, and dark red. You might initially only see one or two varicose veins. Others develop in web-like clusters.
There are many ways that you can have your bothersome spider veins corrected. If they are minor and don’t cause you noticeable discomfort or medical problems, consider starting with self-care. However, if your veins are more severe or bothersome, you may need to seek professional treatment. We offer effective, minimally invasive laser treatment that can help you out if needed.
No one wants to deal with unnecessary surgery, which can be costly and time-consuming. Furthermore, it does not always produce the desired results. If you’re looking for a gentler approach to treating spider veins, we can help. First, you might be told to make some lifestyle changes, such as keeping your legs elevated and exercising. If you tend to sit for long periods of time (such as with a desk job), aim to get up and stretch every 30 minutes or so. You may be told to wear compression stockings to stimulate blood flow, too.
Laser treatment is the primary method that our skilled laser technicians use to treat varicose veins. Laser treatment is used to treat many kinds of spider veins. Depending on the treatment required, laser can effectively eliminate both superficial veins and those further beneath the skin’s surface. We prefer it because it is non-invasive and doesn’t have the same risk of complications that surgery has. Additionally, you’ll be able to return to your work and normal activities shortly after treatment. With laser treatment, our estheticians use a highly concentrated laser beam to treat your veins. Ultimately, you will see the spider veins on your legs start to disappear. Best of all, you don’t have to worry about swapping your spider veins for unsightly scars, since laser treatment does not require incisions!
Laser is considered to be a relatively successful method of eliminating spider veins. Since laser treatment is an ongoing process, most people require two or three treatments to see maximum benefits. Laser treatment is often preferred for its convenience, which includes minimal post-treatment discomfort and a fast recovery time. We happily offer this fast, simple, and surgery-free method of eliminating spider veins to many patients.
Spider veins are certainly unattractive, and they can even cause medical problems down the road. If you suffer from spider veins, your best option is to get treatment as soon as possible to prevent the veins from getting worse. Since you probably don’t know offhand whether you should start with self-care first or start right away with our laser treatments, your best bet is to schedule a consultation first. When you contact us for your vein treatment needs, our expert estheticians will help you find a solution that is best for your unique situation.
Dilated Capillaries are the smallest, finest blood vessels in our body, responsible for microcirculation.They are grouped together in capillary beds, or clusters of capillaries. Laser therapy is the most effective and affordable way of dealing with spider veins,and telangiectasia on the face and legs.The treatment is fast and we use the Candela ND.YAG laser to ensure the best results. Laser Therapy is perfect for improving the condition of your skin and reducing visible imperfections.