Vein-related problems are becoming one of the more common chronic conditions in the United States. And with that, there are many options on how to treat these issues. One non-invasive measure that may be an option for you is using compression therapy.
Spider veins are one of the conditions that often brings patients to the Vein Institute of New Jersey. This vein condition gets its name from the characteristic web-like structure of dilated venules that give the skin a flushed appearance.
Sclerotherapy is just one of a number of ways to eliminate varicose veins and spider veins. The long history of this therapy in the medical community, however, is a testament to its success as a treatment for spider veins.
Lasers have been a popular treatment for many cosmetic procedures over the years, including facial resurfacing and removing hair and tattoos. Lasers also are an effective means for removing the underlying causes of varicose veins, specifically venous insufficiency. Clinical studies have demonstrated that laser[…]
Spider veins can create unsightly blemishes with their network of finely dilated red or blue blood vessels. However, with a range of non-invasive and minimally invasive treatment options available, spider veins removal can be a painless and efficient process.
We are often asked by our patients about advertisements for varicose vein creams or lotions for spider veins that promise to remove these unsightly vein conditions. The patients want to know if these vein treatments are effective. While we would love to see a lotion that eradicates spider veins, varicose veins, or[…]