When it comes to treating veins, one of the most common cosmetic procedures performed by our vein doctors is sclerotherapy – the use of a liquid chemical called a sclerosant that is painlessly injected into the affected vein.
Effective June 29th, our Princeton Vein Institute of New Jersey office will be moving from its current location.
Winter may still be on your mind, so you may not be thinking about your veins since the colder weather lets you hide unsightly and visible veins under your clothing. However, now is the perfect time to think about getting those legs sexy and vein-free in time for when the warm weather rolls around.
Where do spider veins come from? The simple answer is from genes! There is a known genetic predisposition to developing varicose veins or spider veins. Simply put, if your mother (or father) had spider veins, you stand a good chance of getting them as well!
One of the more common vein issues are the small, dilated veins near the surface of the skin that can look like spider legs, spider webs, or stars. They often have numerous tiny, fine lines radiating out from a center point, or may be fine, separate lines. They may be red, blue, purplish or greenish in color, and[…]
Veins are important vessels that bring blood back to the heart. But adding undo pressure to them may affect their ability to perform properly. From lying down improperly to sitting too long to standing too much to wearing tight-fitting clothes, you may be stressing out your veins.