Treatment for Spider Veins: What are My Options?

If you notice small veins on your legs that look like webs, then you may have spider veins. These usually don’t cause any issues but are unattractive to look at for those who have them. Fortunately, there are options available to remove them that are minimally-invasive and offer results in a short time. At Neosculpt Laser Vein & Cosmetic Surgery Center, we have various treatment options available.

In order for you to receive the proper treatment for your spider veins, we will perform an exam that includes looking at your legs and checking to see that the circulation in your legs isn’t inhibited by the veins. We will also look for any swelling in your legs and ankles. If you experience any kind of pain in the areas where you see the spider veins, then you need to alert our team because this could be an indication of a clot that is present.

There are a few self-care options that you may have tried to perform at home before making the decision to have a spider vein treatment. However, these at-home options can only go so far. If and when self-care treatments don’t help, then you can talk to our team about your treatment options.

For example, we are proud to offer laser therapy and sclerotherapy, just to name a couple. These are non-surgical and use special techniques to collapse the veins so that they will disappear. The treatment are performed in the comfort of our office.

To schedule your spider vein treatment consultation reach out to us at Neosculpt Laser Vein & Cosmetic Surgery Center in Abilene, TX. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and get started!

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