Spider Veins

Using Multiple Modalities to Treat Spider Veins

Comparing 0.1% Sotradecol ½ NS to 0.1% Sotradecol diluted with NS. Note that the vessel treated with the ½ NS dilution is hardly visible due to the intense spasm.   After sclerotherapy, micro-incision, tumescent and flushing. Find out more about these techniques at Aesthetic Vein Conference, West Palm Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2108!   […]

Intradermal Aneurysmal Dilatation of Telangiectasia

As cutaneous venous hypertension increases, so does the volume of intradermal telangiectasia. In fact, spider veins may become aneurysmal when the pressure increases substantially. Many times, these complexes are associated with large refluxing branches or turbulent flow in a perforator. The treatment consists of micro-surgical techniques for these patients. Many of these aneurysms must be […]

How do you treat small red veins? #smallredveins

Question:  Can you tell me what laser you use in your practice and will you be able possibly address the challenges we are having with leg blushing/tiny red tees too small for sclero? We have BBL and NdYag.   Response: We use dornier 940 nm laser for both EVLT’s & treatment of telangiectasia as an […]


4/20/18 Share your VeinGogh Experience   4/20/18 We use VG and have no issues. We probably use our VG here in FL 2-3 times a day with our sclero txs. We use this device on small red veins on the face. Tips: Use ice on the face Use tumescent or ice on the legs Do […]

New Techniques in Spider Vein Treatment & Diagnosis

All spider veins have an origin. This spider complex is the most difficult to treat due to the high flow that actually is the etiology of this complex. There is an arterial venous component secondary to a branch from the AAGSV. We will cover the most effective type of treatment for this particular complex. Treatment […]