Colorado Laser & Vein Centennial, CO
Doctors Q & A
TREATMENTS & SYMPTOMS AT COLORADO LASER & VEIN IN CENTENNIAL, CO
Spider Vein Doctors Questions and Answers
At Colorado Laser & Vein our doctors have dedicated themselves to the health of their patients’ vascular system to provide you with the important information you need to decide on an appropriate treatment course for your spider vein condition. For more details please call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Centennial CO, Englewood CO, Littleton CO, Castle Rock CO, Denver CO and Highlands Ranch, CO.
Spider veins can cause discomfort and embarrassment for those who develop them. At Colorado Laser & Veins, our experienced vein experts can help you understand your options for spider vein treatment, so you can effectively target and destroy unsightly spider veins without damaging surrounding tissue or veins. We are conveniently located at 8120 S. Holly St, Suite 111 Centennial, CO 80122 to serve patients in the Centennial County area.
What is a spider vein doctor called?
Doctors who specialize in the treatment of veins are typically called vascular specialists or phlebologists. These are doctors who have undergone specialized education and training in order to attain an in-depth understanding of the human vascular system and how it works, so they can more effectively diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions including varicose veins, lymphedema, and spider veins. Vascular specialists can provide effective treatment not only for primarily aesthetic spider vein concerns, but for vein conditions that can drastically impact your overall health and well-being.
Do spider veins go away?
It is possible in certain cases that your spider veins will disappear on their own, though this is incredibly rare. Spider veins that go away without treatment are typically only those caused by taking certain medications or those that occur in women as a result of pregnancy. In general, if you have developed spider veins, you will require targeted treatment in order to get rid of them. Your vascular specialist might recommend sclerotherapy designed to destroy malfunctioning veins. Topical removal creams you may see in stores or on television are not effective treatments for spider veins.
What kind of doctor treats spider veins?
While a number of different providers can offer some level of diagnosis or treatment for veins, it is important to make sure you find a doctor who specializes in providing the type of care you need when looking for a doctor. If you live in Centennial, CO and are seeking treatment for spider veins, finding a trusted and experienced vascular specialist is essential to ensuring you can access the high-quality vein treatments you need to rid yourself of unsightly veins without complication. While it is true that dermatologists, primary care physicians, and even providers at some med spas will claim to offer spider vein treatments, only a doctor who has dedicated themselves to the health of their patients’ vascular system can provide you with the important information you need to decide on an appropriate treatment course for your vein condition.
How do I get rid of spider veins?
At Colorado Laser and Vein, we use sclerotherapy, a cutting-edge technology, that is proven to remove spider veins instantly and achieve the best possible results. Sclerotherapy is the primary treatment of spider veins of the legs. This involves the injection of the FDA approved solution Sotradecol® or Polydocanol® into the veins via a micro needle. This causes in the vein to close and disappear over a period of several months. Sclerotherapy has been used for many years to effectively remove both spider and varicose veins. Sclerotherapy is a proven and effective treatment option for spider veins on many parts of the body.
If you live in the Centennial, CO area and are seeking a qualified vascular specialist to provide you with effective spider vein treatments near you, contact Colorado Laser & Vein in Centennial today to schedule a consultation.
Additional Services You May Need
Additional Services You May Need
▸ Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT)
▸ Fraxel Laser Treatment
▸ Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
▸ Superficial Venous Thrombosis (SVT)
▸ Venous Ulcers
▸ Venous Stasis Dermatitis
▸ Edema (Leg Swelling)
▸ Restless Legs Syndrome
▸ Spider Veins
▸ Varicose Veins