Recent Articles About Vein Health
Using Retinol Cream for Facial Spider Veins
Retinol is one treatment that can reduce the appearance of spider veins on the face. But it won’t completely eliminate them.
Welcome VEINatlanta, now a Part of Center for Vein Restoration!
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is thrilled to welcome VEINatlanta, Atlanta, Georgia’s choice for quality vein care over the past 11 years. This partnership adds to CVR’s growing list of locations and specialists that offer advanced technology to diagnose and treat vein disease and chronic venous insufficiency.
About the Center for Vein Restoration in Fairbanks, Alaska
The Center for Vein Restoration location in Fairbanks, Alaska is one of our two centers in the state. Dr. Don Ives, an experienced vein doctor at our Fairbanks vein center, works with a dedicated team to provide affordable, comprehensive, and state-of-the-art vascular care to those with venous disorders, varicose veins, and spider veins.
About the Center for Vein Restoration in Anchorage, Alaska
The Center for Vein Restoration location in Anchorage, Alaska, provides high-quality, comprehensive vein care to patients with venous disorders.
Do Varicose Vein Creams and Vitamins Work?
If you suffer from varicose veins, you probably feel much discomfort. Swelling or pain may be felt around your affected vein which can leave a feeling of heaviness in your legs. Other symptoms might include your veins appearing enlarged, twisted, or bulging on your legs or feet.
Pregnancy and Varicose Veins: Can I Prevent Them?
A significant risk factor for the development of venous insufficiency is pregnancy, particularly multiple ones. Both the hormonal effects of pregnancy and the weight of the enlarged uterus containing the growing fetus contribute to the development or worsening of venous insufficiency.
Dinanlinson Gentle Touch Approach: Yet Another Varicose Vein Treatment Scam
Don’t fall prey to the latest scam about a cure for varicose veins. It’s simply false.
Chronic Leg Ulcers for Wound Awareness Month
Is that sore on your leg not going away? It’s time for treatment. June is also known as Wound Healing Awareness Month. According to Healogics, a network of wound treatment centers in the U.S., roughly 7 million Americans live with a chronic wound, with 12 percent of that number diagnosed with a venous stasis ulcer or a sore on the leg.