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How to Get Rid of Veins on Nose

Veins on your nose and face can make you feel incredibly self-conscious about how you look. Of course, there are many places that veins can appear prominent, but veins on the nose are arguably the most common. At Premier Vein and Body by Schwartz, we offer the most effective treatment at our vein center to help you deal with this cosmetic issue.

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Spider Veins on the Face

Spider veins typically emerge on the legs, but they are known to appear on the face as well. Facial spider veins, also known as telangiectasias, are reasonably common. Effectively, these veins are red/blue and look almost thread-like in appearance, resembling a veiny spider web around your nose area. They’re formed due to high pressure in the venous system, expanding the vein’s walls. From here, the capillaries also increase in size, which leads to spider veins. 

Often caused by underlying inflammation, obesity or high blood pressure that can damage vessel walls, spider veins are also often the effect of photodamage (sun exposure) and aging. They will not improve on their own and may worsen with age.

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VeinGogh for Facial Veins

At Premier Vein & Body, we use the state-of-the-art VeinGogh treatment for facial veins, including those on the nose, which are often too small for sclerotherapy injections and too sensitive for most topical laser treatment.

VeinGogh works to treat facial veins by delivering high frequency bursts of energy through extremely fine insulated needles into the wall of the veins, causing them to collapse. The collapsed veins are then absorbed by the body naturally, removing the issue permanently.

The beauty of VeinGogh is that the insulated needles ensure the surrounding skin is protected and only the veins are treated, ensuring that you will not develop scarring or hyperpigmentationThe entire treatment lasts around 15 minutes, and we usually recommend 2-3 separate appointments to see the full effects.

Consultations Available Now

To learn more, schedule your consultation with Dr. Schwartz by filling out the form on this page or by calling his practice at (913) 451-8346. Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz serves patients throughout the Kansas City metro.

Benefits of Facial Vein Removal

Facial vein removal will give you a massive confidence boost, taking years off of your appearance!  VeinGogh for facial veins requires no downtime. You can get back to work straight away. Dr. Schwartz will do everything to ensure you’re comfortable, minimizing any pain or discomfort you might feel during treatment. 

Am I a Candidate for VeinGogh Treatments?

Do you suffer from facial veins? Obviously, veins are everywhere in your body, and some show more prominently than others. So, if you show the telltale signs of spider veins – clusters of blue/red/purple thread-like veins around your nose, cheeks, or forehead – then you could be a candidate for this treatment. 

During your free vein screening, Dr. Schwartz will evaluate your facial veins and determine the proper course of treatment.

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Take the Next Step

If you have further questions about facial vein treatments, call us at (913) 451-8346 or fill out our online contact form. We look forward to meeting you and showing you how Kansas City’s premier vein treatment center can improve your condition.

Premier Vein & Body is located in Kansas City, MO and proudly also serves Overland Park, Johnson County, and the entire Kansas City metro area.

** This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health, and related subjects. The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately licensed physician.

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