Spider Vein Treatments
A common treatment for spider veins is sclerotherapy. In this in-office procedure, veins are injected with a solution which causes them to collapse and fade from view. The procedure typically improves not only the cosmetic appearance but associated symptoms as well. A few sessions may be required to obtain maximum benefit.
Thermocoagulation is a minimally invasive technique used in the treatment of spider veins, fine telangiectasia, small cherry angiomas, and veins that are resistant to sclerotherapy or intense pulse light (IPL) treatment and located on the face or legs. Most patients find the treatment to be quick, with minimal discomfort.