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I Don't Like the Spider Web-Like Veins on My Face: Can You Help?

I Don't Like the Spider Web-Like Veins on My Face: Can You Help?

Your skin is the largest organ in your body, covering your whole exterior surface with multiple layers of dermal and subdermal tissues. You want your skin to look as flawless as possible, especially in high-visibility areas like your face. But what if visible spider-web-like veins detract from your facial appearance?

At Lasercare Skin Clinic, our skincare and aesthetics professionals, led by Dr. Bruce Sanderson, are ready to help with vascular lesion laser treatment, pigmented lesions laser treatment, and leg vein laser treatment. We have the right laser treatment option to eliminate visible imperfections and restore your facial skin!

Dr. Sanderson can reduce or eliminate the visibility of facial veins and other blemishes from his state-of-the-art offices in Little Rock, Arkansas. Here’s what you need to know about how laser treatment for visible vein erasure works and the effectiveness of this noninvasive treatment method for cosmetic and anti-aging results.

Dealing with vascular lesions

Your vascular system includes your body’s veins, arteries, and tiny capillaries, carrying needed blood and nutrients to every inch of your body’s tissues and organs. Due to wear-and-tear related to aging or unusual pressure, you may develop vascular lesions, unsightly blemishes related to underlying vascular damage.

Not all vascular lesions look the same. You might deal with various problems, including rosacea, angiomas, and visible facial veins. Broken capillaries can create a spider-web-like appearance, with little dark or reddened lines spilling across your face.

Vascular lesions can often make you very self-conscious, damaging your self-esteem and creating shame and anxiety. You should know that you have noninvasive cosmetic treatment options that can help reduce or even eliminate the visibility of vascular lesions, restoring your clear, blemish-free skin for effective anti-aging results.

Laser treatment for visible veins

The team at Lasercare Skin Clinic relies on the power of laser energy to smooth and clear your skin of flaws and blemishes, including visible veins and vascular lesions. Here’s how it works.

Laser energy specifically targets chromophores in your skin, destroying only the target. Wavelength and pulse duration control keep your surrounding skin structures from suffering damage during treatment. The targeted chromophores absorb the specific wavelengths of laser light energy and start to heat up, leading to breakdown and coagulation.

To address visible veins and vascular lesions, we target the major chromophore oxyhemoglobin and other chromophores, to eradicate visible blemishes as much as possible. You see instant results, and results may improve as dead tissues are shed in the days following your treatment session.

Laser treatment is quick and easy, performed in-office without much post-treatment downtime or risk of complications. With one or more laser treatment sessions, you may be able to completely clear up your visible vascular lesions, restoring the clear surface of your skin.

To learn more about your treatment options for addressing visible spider-web veins in your face with laser treatment, get in touch with Dr. Sanderson and the team at Lasercare Skin Clinic. Schedule your appointment online or over the phone today.

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