Lone Star Vein Center is proud to feature the Cutera Excel V laser for cosmetic vein treatments. It treats redness, spider veins, reticular veins and many other cosmetic conditions in the legs and other parts of the body. Find out what state-of-the-art laser technology can do for you and call or schedule online today.
Spider veins, also known as telagiectasias, are small thin vessels that lie close to the surface of the skin.
Found in millions of adults across the country, this common condition is one of the many vascular disorders Dr. Peter Morgan can correct.
Although these superfine veins are connected with the larger venous system, they are not an essential part of it. Spider Veins have 3 patterns:
“Spider shape” with a group of veins radiating outward from a dark central point
“Arborizing” which resemble tiny branch-like shapes
“Linear” which appear in thin separate lines
Spider veins are commonly found on the legs and face and may be spider-shaped, branch-shaped, or appear as thin, short jagged lines. As people age, more leg veins seem to appear. The three primary causes of spider veins are:
Heredity: If other people in your family suffer from spider veins, you are more likely to develop them over time as well.
Pregnancy: During pregnancy, hormonal shifts often cause poor blood circulation, leading to spider vein growth.
Prolonged sitting or standing: If your occupation or lifestyle entails standing up or sitting down for long periods of time, then increased venous pressure may cause spider veins.
The Cutera Excel V laser treats redness, spider veins, reticular veins, and many other cosmetic conditions in the legs and other body parts.
Dr. Morgan also provides the venefit procedure along with other vein treatment methods that have stood the test of time, such as sclerotherapy and radiofrequency ablation.