Spider Vein Treatment in Melbourne, FL
Spider veins can mar your appearance but are easy to eliminate. Dermatology + Plastic Surgery, led by Drs. Rebecca Novo and Anita Saluja, offer spider vein therapy and other cosmetic treatments to residents of Melbourne, Viera, Brevard County, and surrounding areas in Central Florida. Dr. Saluja is currently limiting her skin cancer dermatology practice to her aesthetic/anti-aging patients and their adult family members. New patients for Dr. Saluja should have a referral from a current client. Dr. Saluja no longer accepts Care Credit as a form of payment.
What are Spider Veins?
Veins circulate blood from the extremities back to the heart. Spider veins are a cosmetic condition that occurs when veins accumulate backflow of blood and may appear on the legs or face, producing an appearance similar to a spider’s web. Spider veins are not dangerous and may be easily treated.
Who is at risk for Spider Veins?
Genetics, age, gender, and medical history all play a role in the development of spider veins. Pregnancy and obesity also exacerbate the condition. People with fair skin are at greater risk for spider veins on the face resulting from excessive exposure to sunlight.
How does Spider Vein treatment work?
Our practice is proud to present the newest Cutera XLV laser treatment to improve the appearance of spider veins on the legs and face. Candidates for the procedure have very small (hair-like) purple or red lines on their skin. If you have larger veins or varicosities (bulging veins) we recommend evaluation with your primary care provider or Vascular Surgeon. You may always schedule a complimentary consult to determine if you are a candidate.
How can Spider Vein treatment improve my appearance?
Spider veins may cause an unsightly appearance in the legs and face and look like red or purple spider webs on the skin. Spider vein treatment can restore a clear, youthful appearance to the area, eliminating the presence of spider veins near the surface of the skin.
Can Spider Veins be prevented?
Although we have no control over genetic factors, there are ways to reduce the risk of developing spider veins. Compression hose may help individuals who have to sit or stand during work all day. You should also exercise regularly and elevate the legs after standing for long periods. Individuals with fair skin should protect their skin from excessive sun exposure to prevent spider veins from developing on the face.
Will health Insurance cover Spider Vein treatment?
In most cases, laser treatment is not covered to treat spider veins. However, our office provides easy payment options and financing to help manage the cost of spider vein treatments.
Residents of Melbourne, Viera, Brevard County, or surrounding communities in Central Florida who want to eliminate unsightly spider veins from their legs or face should contact Dermatology + Plastic Surgery, where Drs. Rebecca Novo and Anita Saluja provide spider vein therapy and other cosmetic treatments with excellence.