Vein Treatments

Facial Vein Treatment

We offer effective  Vein Treatments, both noninvasive and minimally invasive facial vein treatment to treat rosacea, birthmarks, spider veins, sun damage and age spots.

  1. forehead veins
  2. cheek veins
  3. nose veins
  4. eyelid veins
  5. chin veins
  6. neck veins

Hand Vein Treatment

We can turn back the hands of time for your hands! Innovative in-office treatments can give you younger looking hands in 1-2 visits. Come in for a free consultation.

  1. Sclerotherapy
  2. Retin-A or Glycolic hand peels
  3. Microdermabrasion
  4. Chemical peel
  5. IPL treatment
  6. Dermal fillers
  • Breast veins- remove little blue breast veins
  • Microphlebectomy
  • Spider vein treatment-

Varicose vein treatment

Vein glue therapy and Radiofrequency vein ablation are both state-of-the-art therapies

Venous ulcer treatment

Vein ulcers are usually found near the inside of the ankle. Venous insufficiency – swelling and slow blood flow around the ankle and lower leg cause the skin to break down on the inside of the ankle. Without proper treatment of the veins near the ankle, ulcers (breaks in the skin) appear and often get infected, causing more skin damage. See your podiatrist immediately!

What Conditions Affect Common Veins?

Deep Vein Thrombosis

Because it might be challenging to find the symptoms in individuals, deep vein illnesses can be challenging to diagnose. Only 50% of those who are affected have symptoms of these venous illnesses. For individuals who do exhibit the symptoms, these include painful toe walking, leg swelling, pressure, or fullness. Genetic clotting that is inherited is the root cause of primary deep vein thrombosis. In contrast, secondary deep vein thrombosis is brought on by lack of immobility following a major life-altering event like cancer or surgery.

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Your blood vessels were made with the purpose of sending blood back to your heart. They no longer function as efficiently in chronic venous insufficiency.

Normally, when you tense your leg muscles, the deep veins in your leg are compressed, which keeps the blood flowing.

If this doesn’t happen, either because you aren’t exercising enough or because your veins are weakening, blood may pool in your legs rather than returning to your heart.

The following are examples of chronic venous insufficiency symptoms:

  • Inflammation in your ankles or legs
  • Legs that feel heavy, tense, sore, exhausted, or restless
  • Skin that is leathery, scratchy, or discolored
  • Blisters or sores that do not heal

Varicose veins

Varicose veins are ropy, purple, bulging veins that are just under your skin and are brought on by faulty valves. They affect women more frequently than males, and they frequently run in families. Additionally, they may be brought on by pregnancy, extreme obesity, or prolonged standing. The signs include:

  • Visible under-the-skin bulging, bloated, purple, ropy veins
  • Spider veins, which are little red or purple blotches on your thighs, calves, or knees that are brought on by inflamed capillaries (small blood vessels)
  • Legs that ache, sting, or swell at the end of the day.

For vein treatment on any part of the body, we have the appropriate treatment and the most highly trained doctors to come up with a personalized plan, just for you. Our physicians are Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery, with many years of experience.

What role does compression therapy play in vein treatment?

Compression therapy plays a crucial role in the treatment of vein conditions, particularly in managing venous insufficiency, varicose veins, and deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Here are some key aspects of compression therapy:

  1. Improved Blood Circulation: Compression stockings or bandages apply pressure to the legs, helping veins and leg muscles work more efficiently to push blood back to the heart.
  2. Reduced Swelling: Compression therapy helps prevent or reduce swelling (edema) by preventing the accumulation of fluid in the tissues.
  3. Symptom Relief: It can alleviate symptoms associated with venous insufficiency and varicose veins, such as pain, heaviness, and discomfort in the legs.
  4. Prevention of Blood Clots: For individuals at risk of DVT, compression therapy can aid in preventing the formation of blood clots by promoting healthy blood flow.
  5. Post-Treatment Support: After procedures like sclerotherapy or laser therapy, compression garments are often recommended to support healing and minimize swelling.

Can vein treatments improve both the cosmetic appearance and symptoms?

Yes, vein treatments can often improve both the cosmetic appearance and symptoms associated with various vein conditions. The specific benefits depend on the type of treatment and the underlying vein issue. Here’s how vein treatments can address both aspects:

  1. Varicose Veins: Procedures such as endovenous laser therapy (EVLT), radiofrequency ablation, or sclerotherapy can target and reduce the appearance of varicose veins. Simultaneously, these treatments often alleviate symptoms like pain, swelling, and discomfort associated with varicose veins.
  2. Spider Veins: Sclerotherapy and laser therapy are commonly used to treat spider veins, improving their cosmetic appearance. While spider veins may not always cause significant symptoms, the treatments can also address any associated discomfort or itching.
  3. Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI): For conditions like CVI, where symptoms include leg heaviness, swelling, and skin changes, treatments such as endovenous procedures and compression therapy can both enhance appearance and provide symptom relief.


FREE Vein Screenings

Call  724-987-3220 to request information for Vein Treatments

FREE Vein Screenings are available at ALL locations. Vein clinic in Cranberry, Butler vein clinic and our Bridgewater vein clinic to name a few. For directions to our vein offices, visit our Locations page. To find out more about the treatment of veins in Pittsburgh, Call today or fill out our form to schedule a FREE Vein Screening 724.987.3220

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