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Varicose veins are a sign that there is high pressure in the veins. This is called venous insufficiency or venous hypertension.

January 15th, 2015

Vein Removal FAQs

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on January 15, 2015

At Dallas Vein Specialists, we receive many questions from prospective and current patients about the appearance of varicose or spider veins and the related treatment options. We want our patients to be educated and informed about their conditions, the treatment options and any related risks. With this in mind, I share the following frequently asked questions and responses: What Is...

Resolutions For The New Year

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on January 27, 2014

During this month many of us make resolutions that we hope to uphold for the New Year. Quite often these resolutions relate to our health and well being, for instance stopping smoking or losing weight. In my opinion 2 of the most healthful resolutions are to eat in a more nutritious way and to take up a program of regular...

Treatment Options For Rosacea Patients

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on October 30, 2013

Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin disease that affects men and women and may be mild and episodic to severe and persistent. Dermatologists commonly treat the disorder by advising patients to avoid the things that seem to trigger outbreaks such as stress, heat, alcohol, and some skin products and cosmetics and by the use of sunscreens and medications to restore...

Stubborn Spider Veins

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on January 21, 2013

Every now and then I come up against stubborn spider veins, those that refuse to fade away as I would expect. I see patients not infrequently who have had multiple treatments for their spider veins with little if any success. This may be a stubborn cluster in one location on the thigh, leg, ankle, or foot or a recalcitrant array...

Varicose Veins In The Vaginal Area

Written by Dallas Vein Specialists on March 31, 2012

Today on the DR. OZ SHOW there was a discussion about discomfort from varicose veins that occur in the vaginal area, specifically involving the labia. While the discussion was somewhat informative, it left out much important information. Varicose veins occurring in this area are the result of changes during pregnancy in the circulation in the veins of the pelvis. During...

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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