Spider Vein Laser Therapy

Usually red or blue in color, spider veins are a group of dilated veins that appear close to the surface of the skin, looking like spider webs or tree branches. They are much smaller than varicose vein and are the result of weak or damaged valves in the veins. These are unable to open, allowing blood to flow through, resulting in blood back up and swollen veins. Usually causing no symptom, they may appear anywhere, but are most common on the legs and face, and can be safely treated with the Intense Pulse Light Laser.