What's the Cost of Vein Treatment on the Nose?

What is the price range?

Doctor Answers (5)

Spider vens on the nose

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I recommend laser in some cases but in most a hyfercator treatment works most consistently - as in all of these treatments, multiple treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart will do the trick as the nose is a very vascularized structure and these veins are stubborn to treat. 


Buffalo General Surgeon
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Cost varies depending on procedure.

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Veins on the nose can be treated in multiple ways including various types of topical lasers, ohmic  thermolysis, microneedle radio frequency, and sclerotherapy.  The cost depends on the type of treatment used and the frequency of the treatments.  These costs can vary from 250$ to 600$ per treatment.

John Landi, MD
Naples General Surgeon
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Cost / Price of Face / Facial / Nose spider vein treatments

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Because of the sensitive location of these types of telangiectasias / spider veins, the cost of treatment of veins above the neck is typically quite a bit higher than treatment of veins on the legs or trunk.  The average price ranges from $350 to $650 dollars depending on what equipment is used, the number of veins, and the location of the veins.

 

I typically prefer to use Ohmic Surface Thermolysis / Thermocoagulation to treat veins on the nose and face.  Our cost is $350 per treatment, but this does not include the cost of consultation with the doctor prior to the procedure.

Joel Gotvald, MD, FACS
Austin General Surgeon
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Pulsed Dye Laser for Facial Veins

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The Pulsed Dye Laser treats the vein(s) on the nose. It could take just one treatment. If the vein is a little deeper it may need an additional treatment. The treatments can be one month apart. The cost of the laser treatment is $595 per treatment.

Bruce E. Katz, MD
New York Dermatologic Surgeon
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VBeam is the best treatment for facial veins

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Depending on the extent and number of the veins on the nose/cheeks, the treatment cost can range from $100 to $500.

I hope I was helpful.

Steven E. Rasmussen, MD, FAAD
Austin Dermatologist
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