In the United States, more than 50% of the adult population suffers from a type of vein disorder. The most common types are varicose and spider veins, which are superficial and vary in color and appearance. Varicose veins are often enlarged and, over time, appear fopy under the skin: This enlargement is caused by incompetent or leaking valves known as venous reflux disease, which can also leas to symptoms including pain, swelling, aching in the legs, and skin disorders.
Spider veins are small blue or red vessels that appear near the surface of the skin. These vessels mainly appear on the legs and face.
Treatment methods vary based on the type of vein and the presence of venous reflux disease. Diagnosis is based upon an ultrasound scan and visual inspection. Your physician will determine is you are a candidate for treatment with the D940 laser, based upon the severity of the symptoms and the diagnosis.
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