Treatment For Spider Veins

Spider veins, also known as telangiectasia, is a common condition that affects both men and women. While they do not pose any serious health risks, they can be a cosmetic nuisance.

Spider veins are characterized as small, red or blue veins that typically have a weblike appearance. Usually residing close to the surface of the skin, they can be quite noticeable. Although they can appear anywhere on the body, spider veins are most commonly found on the legs and the face.

Some things that can contribute to the condition include age, pregnancy, and stretching of the veins.  Being overweight or standing for long durations of time can also contribute.

Aside from Sclerotherapy treatment, the elōs Plus® LV applicator (now available at our office) is an effective alternative. The unique combination of laser and radio frequency (RF) delivers maximum targeted energy to the treatment area resulting in great results. Up to three treatments may be necessary to see a noticeable improvement.

Hiding legs due to spider veins can be embarrassing and uncomfortable, especially as the weather warms. If you have spider veins and would like to learn more about the elōs Plus® LV applicator contact our office today.

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