Spider veins, as the name suggests, appear in a web-like fashion on your legs (or anywhere else on your body). These small, dilated blood vessels are generally flat and red but vary in colour from pink to blue and even purple. Varicose veins are typically larger, swollen blood vessels and may be connected to other conditions such as clots or thrombosis.

 

Many factors such as pregnancy and family history can lead to the emergence of leg veins, which are also impacted by female hormones.

Note: If you are unsure of a particular treatment option, we offer free consultation appointments. Call us at 403-252-4410 to book.

Treatment options

Sclerotherapy


Sclerotherapy is an effective, safe and easy way to eliminate visible surface veins. It consists of a series of injections, performed by either the physician or the nurse. Medication is introduced into a vein to fibrose and eventually dissolve it.




Echosclerotherapy


Echosclerotherapy is an ultrasound guided injection technique for the treatment of varices. The purpose of echosclerotherapy is to sclerose (to close) the surface veins near their site of origin. The intent of the treatment is to replace the previously needed surgeries.




Lumecca IPL


A powerful intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment, Lumecca treats pigmented and vascular lesions in the skin. After just one use, you’ll notice significant improvements in your skin’s complexion and clarity. Lumecca operates using photothermolysis that provides a photofacial through a comfortable light treatment.




Electrodesiccation


This treatment uses electrical currects to seal the vein.




Compression Support Stockings


These stockings compress the lower leg and thus lessen the swelling and the formation of new varicose veins.





Leg Veins

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