Spider veins on the nose are usually harmless, but they can be unsettling. In many cases there may only be a small number of veins on the side of the nose, but getting rid of them is still a priority for people that have them. So how can you remove spider veins on your nose?
Spider veins are tiny, thread-like blood vessels that usually develop near the surface of the skin. They are typically blue, red, or purple in color, and often appear on the face and legs.
Veinwave for spider veins on the nose
Veinwave is a minimally invasivecosmetic treatment for small spider veins that can’t be treated with sclerotherapy. This makes it ideal for treating tiny veins on delicate areas like the nose. Veinwavetreatment is virtually painless,and requires no downtime. Treatment takes about 10-20 minutes to complete.
How Veinwave treats spider veins
Veinwave uses an ultrafine needle placed just below the surface of the skin,to delivertiny pulses of focused radiofrequency (RF) energy directly to the spider veins. The RF energy closes off the vein, and it is subsequently absorbed by the body. Veinwave is safe for use on various skin tones.
Patients will notice some improvement in the appearance of the vein immediately after treatment. However, most patients need 1-2 Veinwave treatments to see optimal results. Veins that are treated with Veinwave are gone for good, but new ones can develop in the future.
Are you ready to get rid of those pesky spider veins? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.
If you are in the Albuquerque, NM area, Albuquerque Vein & Laser Institute is our featured practice.
You can reach them at www.albuquerquevein.com, or by calling 505-848-8346.