Like looking at your legs again with spider vein removal from Southern Dermatology!
Find out more about facial and spider vein removal:
Be summer ready year-round by removing unsightly spider veins in your legs and face at Southern Dermatology!
Treatment for spider veins (or varicose veins) is one of our most common requests. These broken veins can be caused by exposure to the sun, hormonal changes, and even your own genetics. Our services close down these malfunctioning veins so the blood is diverted elsewhere. You are left with no scars, bruises, or recovery time. It’s not worth stressing any longer.
Why get treated:
People with facial or spider veins often feel embarrassed about their face or avoid wearing shorts in public because the lesions across their legs. But there’s no need to live with it any longer. Spider Veins are incredibly treatable and the treatment is quick and simple.
For others, varicose veins cause actual pain and aching. People who struggle with varicose veins across their legs often complain of tiredness, burning, and restlessness. This is more common with woman than men and can be connected to the menstrual cycle. For people who struggle with real pain, overcoming varicose veins is about enjoying life again.
- We will inject a solution though a small needle into the vein. The solution will close down the malfunctioning section of the veins. This treatment is highly effective and cases little discomfort.
- EndoVenous Laser Ablation
- This is a new treatment which actually inserts a tiny laser fiber into the malfunctioning vein to seal it off.
- Cynosure Laser Treatment, Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL), Photorejuvenation
- Our noninvasive laser treatments use highly localized heat waves to shut down the malfunctioning veins.
What to expect:
There are several options to varicose, spider, and facial vein removal. Together we will customize a plan to help you reach your goals. Treatment is relatively short, and you will see immediate results. Chances are you will need no anesthesia, experience no pain, and require no recovery time.
9 Myths About Varicose Veins:
MYTH #1: VARICOSE VEINS ARE ONLY COSMETIC
Of course, there is some cosmetic component behind the decision to treat varicose veins. You may feel like your legs look unsightly while wearing shorts, dresses or skirts. Spider veins are a smaller version of varicose veins that are purely cosmetic. But, there is a medical reason to treat varicose veins, as well. Varicose veins can be uncomfortable or painful, cause swelling, increase your risk of blood clots and bleed a lot when injured.
MYTH #2: ONLY WOMEN GET VARICOSE VEINS
Close to one third of all adults have varicose veins. 50 percent of women and 40 percent of men in the United States will develop varicose veins at some point in their life.
- MYTH #3: VARICOSE VEINS ONLY AFFECT THE ELDERLY
While the risk does increase as we age, even young adults can develop varicose veins.
- MYTH #4: THERE IS NO TREATMENT FOR VARICOSE VEINS
There are actually quite a few treatment options for varicose veins. Southern Dermatology even offers three categories of treatments to find one that works best with your lifestyle and needs. There’s even a few things you can do to reduce your chances of developing varicose veins. Elevate your legs above your heart for 30 minutes, three times a day to help decrease the pressure in your veins. You can also lose weight if you’re overweight or obese and engage in regular physical activity to keep your blood moving.
- MYTH #5: THE ONLY TREATMENT OPTION IS SURGERY
While it’s true surgery used to be the only treatment option for varicose and spider veins, that’s not the case anymore. Lasers can be a non-invasive treatment option for varicose veins. Surgery is still an option and may be preferred in some situations, but it’s not the only option.
- MYTH #6 TREATMENT IS PAINFUL
The traditional surgery could involve a painful recovery but many patients report faster healing and less pain using the minimally invasive procedures.
- MYTH #7: THE VEINS WILL ALWAYS COME BACK AFTER TREATMENT
While the risk of varicose veins recurring after surgery is increased, the varicose veins will not always return. Minimally invasive treatments like lasers actually boast a lower risk of reoccurrence.
MYTH #9: IF I HAVEN’T HAD KIDS I CAN’T BE TREATED FOR VARICOSE VEINS
The only time women cannot be treated for varicose veins is during pregnancy. Otherwise, before, during or after adding to your family, patients will be able to undergo treatment for varicose veins.
*Your results may vary