Telangiectatic (spider) veins are small blue and red vessels visible within the skin, usually on the leg, but also seen on the face, neck and chest. They are small, often tangled groups of tiny blood vessels just under the skin surface that frequently resemble spider webs or tree branches They are more common in women, and may be exacerbated by estrogens and pregnancy.
Spider veins are treated in the office. The treatments for Spider veins is minimally invasive, and include sclerotherapy and laser procedures. They are considered cosmetic procedures and are not covered by health insurance or Medicare unless a more serious underlying condition is diagnosed.
Say goodbye to spider veins.
Spider Veins can be treated right here in our office and are non-invasive
or minimally invasive with sclerotherapy and laser procedures.
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