It can be easy to feel discomforted with twisted, bulgy veins that are highly visible through the surface of the skin. Known as spider veins, these vascular lesions are often a cosmetic concern, but they can sometimes cause physical discomfort or other symptoms. Le Beau Visage Medical Spa offers specialized vein reduction therapies to help fade bothersome spider veins.
Le Beau Visage Medical Spa in Frisco, Texas is led by Dr. Riehs who is recognized as an elite administer with a variety of injectable solutions and other cosmetic treatments. Dr. Riehs and his team are determined to provide you with compassionate, personalized care on your aesthetic journey to a youthful you. Contact us today to schedule your consultation at the location nearest you and learn more about vein reduction!
How can we treat spider veins?
Dr. Riehs and his team treat spider veins through:
- Laser Vein Therapy
- Light Source therapy
About Laser Vein Therapy
Laser vein therapy is a technologically advanced means of vein reduction. Utilizing a focused beam of light, the unwanted veins are gently heated without surrounding skin or tissue being affected. Once the vein collapses from the heat, it will be processed by the body and gradually fade from sight. Blood that flowed through those veins will be naturally redirected to nearby veins. Laser vein therapy involves a topical anesthetic, providing a comfortable treatment experience as your skin becomes clearer and any pain or discomfort is alleviated.
Sclerotherapy is an innovative vein reduction procedure that has been performed for nearly 80 years. A specialized sclerosant solution is administered directly into the targeted vein, causing it to irritate its lining and collapse. The body processes this collapsed vein as scar tissue and will progressively fade from view. Typically, patients often need between 1-3 sclerotherapy sessions to properly treat spider veins.
Light Source Therapy
Light source therapy is an innovative way to correct smaller spider veins. A beam of light is delivered from a device to the skin, making its way to the vascular lesion. Once the light has made contact with the spider veins, it will help seal them off. The body will process these dysfunctioning veins and dissolve them from sight, redirecting blood flow to nearby, healthy veins.
If you are interested in our vein reduction therapies, contact us today to schedule your consultation! We look forward to hearing from you!