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What is Best Treatment to Remove Spider Veins from Face? Also, What is a Typical Price. Thanks!!

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Best Treatment to Remove Spider Veins

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Thank you for your question. V-Beam and IPL are both good choices. My first choice is the V-Beam, and prices range from 150to 350 in the Bay Area. I hope this helps.

Danville Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 9 reviews

Facial spider veins

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The best treatment for facial veins is a pulsed dye laser. Vbeam is a popular brand name. This should give you dramatic improvement with one treatment. A series of 3 would be ideal. IPL can be helpful, and also treats brown spots, but is not nearly as selective for vessels.

Boulder Dermatologist
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Spider veins of the face usually run $350/session.

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Spider veins often take 1-3 sessions to remove at about 1 month apart for $350 per session for IPL and/or electrocautery. It is easy and fast with minimal down time. Sincerely,David Hansen,MD

Web reference: http://www.drdavidhansen.com

Beverly Hills Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 24 reviews

IPL treatment

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I would encourage you to see your physician to discuss IPL treatment for the spider veins on your face.  I would not recommend using sclerotherapy on the face.

Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 126 reviews

IPL is very effective in the treatment of spider veins and broken capillaries on the face.

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IPL is very effective in the treatment of spider veins and broken capillaries on the face. Add to the this, the fact that it is also quite safe, as opposed to single wavelength devices (lasers) which may pose a greater risk of side effects when used to treat blood vessels. Any resistant, larger size vessels on the face may be treated successfully with electrodessication, immediately after the IPL session. This takes a few seconds and is done with a device (hyfrecator) present in most physician offices. The overall cost for IPL treatment on the face ranges between $300 and $400, depending on how many areas are treated. 

Miami Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 12 reviews

Treatment of spider veins of the face

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Laser treatment is the best option for spider veins of the face.  I would not advise sclerotherapy on the face. 

Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

Best treatment for facial spider veins

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In our office we have had great success using the Sciton Broadband Lightâ„¢ device for treatment of facial spider veins. Similar to Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), broadband light produces a light within the visible spectrum. However, BBL encompasses a broader wavelength spectrum than IPL and can treat a wider range of cosmetic concerns such as age and sun spots, small facial veins, rosacea, freckles, and acne.

Web reference: http://www.dorsetstreetdermatology.com/medical-spa-services/broadband-light-phototherapy/

South Burlington Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 8 reviews

Spider veins on face

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There are multiple options to treat spider veins on the face and it really depends on the size, location, and color of the veins. Usually I look to either a YAG laser or sclerotherapy, or commonly, a combination of the two.

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Las Vegas Dermatologist
4.5 out of 5 stars 6 reviews

Multiple options.

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There are multiple options to treat spider veins on the face and there is no one best method.  The type of treatment depends on the size, number and location of the veins.  Treatment options include laser, IPL, OhmicThermolysis with VeinWave or VeinGogh, micro needle radio frequency and sclerotherapy.  The price of treatment also varies depending on all of the factors mentioned above.

Naples General Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews

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