What You Should Know

Facial veins are actually dilated blood vessels. They are referred to by various names, including spider veins, telangiectasia or spider angiomas. While they are part of the natural aging process, facial veins are also commonly caused by years of UV (ultraviolet) exposure, liver disease, steroid use, radiation and genetics.

How We Help

Depending on the size of the veins, they can be effectively treated with one of the following, or a combination of the two: