|MicroSclerotherapy is an FDA-Approved Solution that helps you say goodbye to spider veins. It works by injecting foam into the affected vein. The vein is then sealed off and the stagnant blood, which creates the unsightly network of veins on your legs, flows to healthier veins. To improve symptoms and the appearance of spider veins, book an appointment today for a consultation with Dr. Azizi.|
Spider Veins may appear small and faint but don’t let these tiny vessels fool you. Spider Veins can be an early warning sign of venous insufficiency. So, the sooner you say goodbye, the better. What better way to bid these spider-like strands farewell than to look to the tried and true? Read further to discover one of the best FDA-approved treatments for pesky spider veins.
What are Spider Veins?
Spider veins appear when the veins that transport deoxygenated blood to the heart are weak or damaged. This blood begins to clot and creates a blotty network of veins on the surface of the skin. These can vary in size but they are usually light and almost indiscernible. Some can grow to proportions that can become an eyesore.
What are the Symptoms of Spider Veins?
Spider Veins generally do not cause any pain, at least in the very beginning. Without seeking proper treatment, the symptoms can go from none to painful. Symptoms can include:
- Legs feel heavy
- Legs ache
- Muscles cramp
- Burning, throbbing, and swelling in the legs
- It may become itchy
- Skin discoloration may also occur
What are the Causes of Spider Veins?
Spider Veins are an issue caused by the way in which your blood flows. If the blood does not get to where it needs to be then stagnation of blood leads to more serious conditions like venous insufficiency.
These happen because the blood that travels in the veins goes in an upward direction thus the blood has to work against gravity. However, there are valves within the vein to help with this force. As the blood moves up, the valves close to stop the blood from flowing back down.
When these valves break down and loosen, the result is Spider Veins. Read more about how blood circulation can be improved to avoid vein diseases.
The FDA-Approved Treatment for Spider Veins
The good news about spider veins is they can be treated and removed. And if you’re looking for spider veins treatment, always seek the best. Renew Vein & Vascular offers the following FDA- Approved treatments:
Microsclerotherapy is a spider vein treatment that injects a foamy solution into tiny and delicate thread veins also known as spider veins. This intervention closes the vein and redirects blood to healthier veins.
The procedure is similar to a treatment called Sclerotherapy, Microsclerotherapy takes care of thread veins while Sclerotherapy addresses bigger vein problems like varicose veins.
Treatment is usually done on an out-patient basis and the treated veins generally fade within weeks, achieving full results over the course of months.
Why You Should Choose FDA-Approved Treatments for Spider Veins?
FDA Approved treatments are more trusted than others. This is because when the FDA gives its approval, it means that the agency has vetted and assessed that the benefits of the treatment are higher than the risks.
With Microsclerotherapy, you can say hello to a new future of clear and flowing veins!
Speak to Dr. Robert Azizi For the Best FDA-Approved Solution for Spider Veins in Bell Gardens, Buena Park & Korea Town, South California.
If you’re struggling with spider veins, come in for a consultation with us. You will be in the best hands with Dr. Robert Azizi. With years of experience treating vein issues, Dr. Azizi has helped countless individuals achieve relief from their symptoms and get on the path toward a healthier life! Get in touch with us here to find out more.