Veins are those blood vessels that carry deoxygenated blood back to the heart, where it can receive fresh oxygen and be pumped back out to all of the cells in the body. There is an incredible amount of veins throughout the body. Some are very small and close to the surface of the skin while others are quite large and rest deep within the body. However, when veins are too close to the surface of the skin, they can become visible to the naked eye and produce cosmetic concerns and embarrassment. Some veins may cause more than just cosmetic issues and may instead create discomfort, swelling and cramping as the veins bulge from the surface of the skin. The good news is that vein surgery is not your only option in Utah. Various venous conditions can be treated with several easy and convenient options that we offer at Nuance Aesthetics in Salt Lake City.
We realize that no one wants to live with tiny, weblike patterns of veins on their face or legs, nor do they want to deal with uncomfortable, twisted veins bulging from behind their knees. Both spider veins and their larger counterparts can be incredibly embarrassing, causing individuals to shy away from wearing certain clothes or attending certain events. With our non-surgical treatments, we can help to eliminate the veins permanently, reduce embarrassment and stop any uncomfortable symptoms that may be occurring.
At Nuance Aesthetics, we specialize in non-surgical techniques for treating visible veins. In particular, we rely on sclerotherapy, which is possibly one of the most popular treatments available for visible veins today. Rather than undergoing an invasive vein surgery procedure, you can simply come to our office in Utah for a simple and reliable treatment.
Sclerotherapy is a minimally-invasive procedure, meaning that an injection is used but no incisions are made. During the procedure, we will ensure that the treated area is kept comfortable. As the vein collapses, blood is redirected to other healthier veins that can easily get it back to the heart. Over time, the body will reabsorb this old vein, causing it to gradually fade from view.