Varicose Vein
Treatments

Get Rid of
Embarrassing Visible Veins

What are Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted veins that become visible on the surface of the skin as a result of improper blood flow. These veins are usually harmless, but they can sometimes be an indicator of circulatory problems. For most people, varicose veins are mainly a cosmetic concern. At NUSCULPT, we offer sclerotherapy and laser vein treatment for varicose veins.

Say Goodbye
to Varicose Veins

Nearly 35 percent of the population in the United States is thought to have varicose veins or venous disease. For many people, this illness feels like a life sentence of constant physical agony and self-consciousness about their appearance. We specialize in treating all types of venous disease and vein problems at the NUSCULPT, and our non-invasive treatments will put you at rest throughout the procedure.

Varicose veins are caused by a reduction in blood flow from the leg veins to the heart, resulting in blood pooling. Spider veins are a form of varicose vein, with the key distinction being their size. A variety of factors can contribute to this venous disease, including:

  • Hereditary factors
  • Cirrhosis
  • Pregnancy
  • Trauma to the legs
  • Hormones
  • Obesity
  • Occupations where people stand for long periods
  • Pressure on the legs from serious lifting, straining, coughing

Varicose veins develop when the valves within a vein malfunction, preventing blood from flowing back to the heart. These huge, twisted, elevated veins are typically found protruding from the surface of the leg. Varicose veins are uncomfortable and unpleasant, especially if you stand for lengthy periods of time. Varicose veins can sometimes indicate more serious circulation difficulties or health complications.

Varicose veins aren’t always apparent on the surface of the skin; in some cases, the veins are buried deep within the leg. Pain, swelling legs, discolouration, leg weariness, burning, and restless legs are among the symptoms that some people encounter.

Varicose veins are visible on the surface of the skin in most persons. Vein problems, on the other hand, are not usually obvious to the human eye. We employ diagnostic techniques at NUSCULPT to identify if you have a below-the-skin vein disorder, the severity of your vein issues, and a treatment plan.

Please contact us right away if you have spider or varicose veins and are suffering any of the aforementioned symptoms.

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