Spider Veins Treatment and Causes
Spider veins (also called telangiectasias) are small superficial blood vessels in the skin. They get their name because their appearance is similar to that of a spider web. They most commonly appear as blue or purple spider web-like patterns on the inner and outer thighs, calves, back of the knees and the ankle area.
Underlying vein disease can be the tip of the iceberg. Some people complain of warmth or discomfort over spider patterns. Do your spider veins or profession indicate high risk factors for vein disease?
What’s Causing Your Spider Veins?
Many factors can contribute to the development of these unattractive veins. Some can be avoided or improved, but many of these factors are out of your control:
- Weight gain
Prolonged standing or sitting required by many professions can contribute to the development and reoccurrence of spider veins.
Your Treatment Options
Our spider vein treatment options improve the appearance of your legs with minimally invasive procedures that let you get back to normal activities the same day. They require no prolonged recovery or discomfort. We use injection sclerotherapy and lasers for the best results eliminating spider veins. It is important to realize that more spider veins can occur over time.
Stop hiding your legs because of spider veins. You don’t have to wait to get spider vein treatment that will eliminate the embarrassing webs of blue, red and purple veins. We offer regular cost-saving specials to help you regain the confidence and self-image you may have lost. Take a moment to review our Cycle of Care, which outlines the Vascular Vein Centers’ treatment process, to see how quickly you can get back legs you’ll want to show.
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