Facial Veins

A Guide to Treating Facial Veins by Ronald Bush, MD, FACS & Peggy Bush, APRN

A ‘NEW’ one of a kind book illustrating the safe treatment for all facial veins using anatomical principles, available next week at CVC Arterial & Venous Endovascular Conference, Radisson Blu Aqua, Chicago, IL, July 11-13, 2018, and online with exact sites to be announced soon!            


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 […]

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VeinGogh For Small Red Veins

  This patient was treated with Sotradecol 0.1% liquid and then the small red veins get treated with VeinGogh. Pretreat area with alcohol, then dermaka cream. Using dermaka cream will minimize the puckering and promote healing. Ballet needle for the smaller red facial veins, especially around the nose. 15-20% power 0.3 pulses/0.3 pulses Bristle needle for […]