Skin & Vein Conditions

Skin and vein conditions can often be a source of embarrassment, or merely an aesthetic nuisance, for those who have them. While not always cause for medical concern, vein conditions such as spider veins or varicose veins can also create serious health risks when left untreated. Whether you are interested in skin and vein treatments for cosmetic reasons or require it for medical purposes, Laserderm Dermatology & Cosmetic Laser Surgery offers a variety of treatment options for unsightly skin and vein concerns so you can look and feel great in the skin you’re in once again.

Skin Tags

Skin tags are common and typically harmless growths of flesh that like to develop on the skin’s surface around midlife for most patients. They occur in both men and women equally and appear as tiny flesh-colored or brown tumors that attach to the skin through a connecting stalk. Skin tags will typically develop in areas where the skin rubs together often, or creases in the skin such as the armpits or beneath the breasts. While not considered dangerous, many individuals wish to have their skin tags removed due to their unattractive appearance or constant irritation from clothing, jewelry or shaving.

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Facial and Chest Veins

The appearance of visible veins on the face and chest are the result of broken capillaries beneath the skin or spider veins. Capillaries can become damaged and appear on the skin’s surface from several causes, including your skin thinning as you age, frequent sun exposure or lifestyle habits. While generally considered harmless to your health, visible spider veins on the face and chest can be unflattering, and make you appear older than you may feel. Many patients will seek treatment for spider veins present on the face and neck to reclaim the youthful quality of their skin.

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Spider Veins and Varicose Veins

Varicose veins, as well as spider veins, are the result of valve malfunctions within the blood vessels, causing the blood to pool and the vein to swell and become visible beneath the skin. While a varicose vein is typically larger in size and effects a single vein usually found in the legs, spider veins are smaller and have the appearance of a spiderweb beneath the skin. These damaged veins are not just unattractive in appearance but have the potential to be a precursor to other potentially serious venous conditions.

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The best way to determine the right method of treatment for you and your skin or vein conditions is to schedule a consultation with our skin experts at Laserderm Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery. Our highly-trained physicians will assess your concerns and determine which treatment method will be the most effective for your cosmetic or medical goals. For more information about treating skin and vein conditions, contact us at 631-979-0909 today.