Spider Veins

Treatment Types

Top Spider and Varicose Veins Treatments A Guide from Expert Vein Doctors

Spider Vein Treatment: Restoring Leg Health at Center for Vein Restoration

When it comes to treating spider veins, Center for Vein Health is the industry leader. We offer state-of-the-art minimally invasive outpatient solutions to treat spider veins in the legs to meet your specific needs. Our specialized treatments, such as sclerotherapy and ambulatory phlebectomy, target dilated veins and promote healthy blood flow. Our experienced medical team will guide you through the most suitable treatment options based on your medical condition and goals.

Spider Vein Treatment Begins with a Diagnosis

Diagnosing spider veins starts with a health history, documentation of your symptoms, and a visual examination by a vein care specialist. Imaging tests such as a duplex ultrasound might be used to assess the extent of the vein issues and to rule out other underlying conditions. This non-invasive, painless diagnostic test shows blood flow in the legs, which helps guide treatment decisions.

Treatment options, such as sclerotherapy, laser therapy, or lifestyle changes, are tailored to your needs to manage or treat spider veins effectively.

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Spider Vein Treatment Types

At Center for Vein Restoration, we understand the impact that spider veins can have on your confidence and comfort. Explore the range of effective spider vein treatment types, from minimally invasive procedures to advanced therapies designed to help you achieve healthy, beautiful legs. Take a step towards vein health and renewed confidence with our treatment solutions offered by caring, experienced, board-certified vein doctors.

Lifestyle Changes

Discover how even small changes to your daily routine can help reduce and even prevent the onset of spider veins. Explore the powerful impact of exercise, nutrition, and habits on your vascular well-being, empowering you to take proactive steps toward healthier legs. But remember, lifestyle changes won't eliminate your existing vein condition.

Visual Sclerotherapy

Visual sclerotherapy is used strictly for spider vein treatment. A sclerosing solution is injected directly into the affected veins. This solution irritates the vein lining, leading to the vein walls sticking together and eventually closing off. The body eventually reabsorbs the closed vein, reducing the spider veins' appearance. Visual sclerotherapy is often used for smaller veins and offers a minimally invasive option for improving both the cosmetic appearance and potential discomfort associated with spider veins.

Foam Sclerotherapy

A minimally invasive, office-based procedure, foam sclerotherapy involves creating a foam-like mixture of a sclerosing agent and air or gas. This foam has a thicker consistency than liquid (as used in traditional liquid sclerotherapy), allowing it to displace blood more effectively within the vein and come into more significant contact with the vein walls.

During the foam sclerotherapy procedure, the foam is carefully injected into the targeted problem vein using ultrasound guidance for accuracy. The foam irritates the vein lining, causing it to collapse and seal shut. Over time, the body naturally absorbs the closed vein and disappears.