It should be pointed out that the surgical method of direct cautery and transaction can cause scars. Electrosurgery, which uses an electric current provided by a needle is painful and therefore not suitable for large facial vein clusters. Sclerotherapy, the treatment of choice for leg spider veins; on the other hand, is not very safe for facial spider veins. For a sclerosant (the fluid directly injected into a vein) to work on facial veins, its concentration has to be higher than that required for leg spider vein treatment. As a result, skin scarring is a common side effect of sclerotherapy when applied to facial veins. In addition, the use of highly concentrated sclerosants for reticular vein ablation around the eye carries a risk of causing retinal changes, or even blindness, especially when the sclerosant backflows into the ophthalmic artery.
Spider veins are small, red, blue, or purple
vessels that twist and turn in the any part of body. Spider veins are mostly
found on the legs and face, but could be found anywhere on the body. They are
easily visible in the skin. They don’t have any bad effect on health but
sometime the patients experience pain and want to get rid of it. If you want to
get rid of spider veins then Spider veins removal laser treatment is suitable for you.