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November 21st, 2015

Options for Treating Facial Veins

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on November 21, 2015

Noticeable and unattractive veins on the nose, cheek, temple and around the eyes are  common cosmetic concerns for both men and women. Many people with these unsightly facial veins desire to have them removed to avoid embarrassment and discomfort. At Dallas Vein Specialists, we offer several advanced laser treatments that safely and effectively improve the appearance of facial veins. CUTERA...

Vein Care In The United Kingdom

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on May 14, 2013

(Royal Society of Medicine Venous Forum, London 2013) I recently attended the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine in London. This several day meeting included talks by eminent British vascular surgeons and guest speakers from Europe. Topics ranged through the spectrum of venous diseases and their treatments including traditional invasive surgery, newer minimal invasive treatments, sclerotherapy, phlebitis and...

Spider Veins and Venacura

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on July 5, 2011

It is difficult these days to listen to the radio without hearing about a product called Venacura. Venacura is a catchy name for a commercial product that is touted as an almost miraculous cure for spider veins of the legs. Review of the official website claims 30 years of research, and that the “key ingredient” is Diosmin. Among the several...

Who Can Undergo in-office Minimally Invasive Procedures?

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on July 21, 2010

At Dallas Vein Specialists all patients are treated in the office including those undergoing the laser vein treatments (endovenous laser ablation) and vein removal (microphlebectomy).  (Good descriptions of these procedures may be viewed at our website DallasVeinSpecialists.com. Patients, young and old, even those with chronic disease such as heart problems, have been successfully treated in our in-office operating rooms.  Patients taking anticoagulants,...

Inject Veins or Remove Veins? Which?

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on June 14, 2010

Patients frequently are confused about why some leg veins are injected and some are removed. When I evaluate veins from spider veins to large varicosities, there are several considerations going through my mind in addition to the source or cause of the vein problem. SCLEROTHERAPY is the injection of veins with chemicals that damage the inside of the veins. This...

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