Spider & Varicose Vein Treatments2019-09-10T21:17:14+00:00

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SPIDER & VARICOSE VEIN TREATMENTS

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SPIDER & VARICOSE VEIN TREATMENTS

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With over 25 years of experience, our Vein Specialist will successfully treat your veins. Don’t let unsightly veins get in the way of your life.

Causes:

Gender – Women are more likely to develop veins and related vein disorders due to certain hormones. The female hormones affect blood volume and flow.

Pregnancy – During pregnancy, blood volume increases. This increase can greatly contribute to the widening and enlargement of veins. This widening is a direct cause of varicose and spider veins development.

Genetics / Heredity – People have the ability to genetically inherit the increased risks of varicose and spider vein development.

Aging – Throughout a person’s life, the vein wall weakens. This weakening can directly cause the vein valves to fail. This malfunction of the veins’ blood valves is a major contributor to the development of vein disorders.

Obesity – Weight gain can cause higher pressure and strain on the body’s blood vessels. This rise in pressure can directly cause or add to pre-existing developments of spider and varicose veins.

Excessive Standing / Sitting – Any form of extended junctures sitting or standing can directly cause pooling of blood inside the veins. This blood pooling can cause the development of spider and varicose veins.

Reticular veins usually develop on the outer thighs, the back of the knees, and the face. They are commonly one to three millimeters in size and are usually green and blue in color.

Reticular veins are larger spider veins but smaller than varicose veins, and are flat and less bulgy when compared to varicose veins. Reticular veins also cause venous issues that can eventually lead to the appearance of spider veins.

As part of our feminine care treatments, we offer spider and varicose vein treatments. By properly treating reticular veins, it can also help with removing the spider veins that may have developed.

Spider veins are thin veins that, as their name suggests, look like spider webs. They are commonly smaller in size and flatter compared to varicose veins, and can be red, blue, or purple. Spider veins are closer to the skin’s surface and can develop on the thighs, ankles, and legs.

Spider veins are more common than varicose veins, however once varicose veins appear, there is a significantly greater chance of spider vein development. Spider veins develop due to a backup of blood, in turn causing the blood vessels to dilate below the surface of the skin.

Don’t let veins get in the way of your life. Get a quick, easy and minimally invasive procedure at our Burbank wellness clinic today.

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