Spider Vein Removal Treatment – Long Island, NY
Although certain cases of spider veins can be asymptomatic, many patients experience extreme discomfort and self-consciousness at their appearance. The risk of spider veins increases as we age, and are more common among women than men.
The Board Certified Vein & Aesthetic Experts at Star Veins & Aesthetics provide the latest treatment options for spider veins, including complimentary sclerotherapy. Request an appointment online today for an evaluation with one of our vein specialists.
FAQs on Spider Veins
What Are Spider Veins?
Spider veins are small, thin, veins that appear just underneath the skin’s surface. Named for their spider-web appearance, they can be red, purple, or blue in color.
What’s The Difference Between Spider Veins and Varicose Veins?
Spider veins and varicose veins are both the result of damaged valves, but they have different appearances and symptoms. Spider veins are small and thread-like and often appear on the legs and face, whereas varicose veins are large with a rope-like texture, and typically only appear on the legs.
What Are The Symptoms of Vein Disease?
The symptoms of vein disease vary depending on the exact diagnosis, but often include:
What Are The Symptoms of Spider Veins?
Many individuals with spider veins experience no pain, however, their appearance can be embarrassing for some. Additionally, spider veins can produce very uncomfortable sensations, such as:
- Itching and burning
- Leg cramps
What Causes Spider Veins?
- Family history of spider veins
- Hіѕtоrу оf blood clots
- Being age 50 or older
- Being female
- Hormone therapy
- Sun damage
- Work that requires long periods of standing/sitting (nurses, teachers, etc.)
What Is The Treatment for Spider Veins?
Mild cases of spider veins can be alleviated with regular exercise and compression stockings.
In more severe cases, Star Veins & Aesthetics provides the latest, most minimally-invasive spider vein treatments, including: