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At our Westchester cosmetic surgery center, we know how unsightly cosmetic leg problems adversely impact self-confidence. Not being able to wear shorts or swimwear can really put a damper on both wardrobe and lifestyle choices! SkinCenter has so many treatment options that will liberate your legs!
Any vein may become varicose, however, this condition exists most often in the legs and feet
Spider veins are thin and threadlike and are usually less than 1-mm in diameter. They lie close to the skin’s surface, are typically red or purple in color and are “web-like” in appearance. Varicose veins are the blue or purplish enlarged veins that look as though they are twisted or bulging out of the leg. Any vein in your body may become varicose, however, this condition exists most often in the legs and feet. Like spider veins, varicose veins are caused by abnormal blood flow and can be attributed to a hereditary weakness in the structure of the vein, leading to valve malfunction.
Though genetics is the main cause, any condition or activity that puts pressure on the veins can contribute to their development, such as obesity, age and trauma. Most men and women with cosmetic spider veins are symptom- free while varicose veins can be a painful and progressive medical condition if left untreated. You can learn through your diagnostic screening at our Westchester cosmetic surgery center, if your vein issues are an initial sign of a more serious underlying vascular condition.
Some veins that need to be treated are below the surface of the skin and can be injected safely with the aid of ultrasound imaging assistance.
The best news is that if your leg vein problem is the result of an underlying medical condition, many insurance companies will cover the costs of diagnosis and treatment.
Find out more, free your legs and regain your confidence by contacting our award winning cosmetic surgery center in Westchester, NY today!