Thread veins around the nose

I have thread veins around my nose area that seem to have gradually spread over years. I now find it difficult to cover them for any period of time. What is the most effective and safest way to get rid of them? I do not want to risk making the area worse.

Doctor Answers 5

Hidef combination PDL

I would begin with Hidef combo PDL and Limelight IPL to eliminate the thread veins around the nose. 


Dr. Karamanoukian

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Nasal vein treatment

There are many alternatives to treating nasal veins and there is not one best method.  Options include topical laser, sclerotherapy, IPL and fine needle RF.  Sometimes a combination of treatments is necessary and more than one treatment may be necessary.

John Landi, MD
Naples General Surgeon
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#Vbeam Vascular #Laser for Blood Vessels Around the Nose

Fine broken blood vessels around the nose are effectively treated with a Vascular Pulse Dye Laser, such as the Candella VBeam. There are other lasers that target these thread veins as well. However, pulse dye is one of the best options for this condition.

Adam J. Mamelak, MD
Austin Dermatologic Surgeon
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Facial Vein Treatments

There are several safe and effective treatments depending on the type of vein issue,  laser is one method, also I often prefer micro transdermal RF ( veinwave) for this, some bruising is possible, and the treatment may need to be repeated, but many people including my office manager have been happy with this regiment

Jordan Knepper, MD
Ann Arbor Vascular Surgeon

Thread veins

Laser treatment to the area is a very effective treatment. You want to make sure that there is ample cooling of the skin as this area can burn very easily when it is treated. Once you have your treatment, use sunscreen for maintenance. Once you have thread veins, they can come back due to genetics and sun damage.

Manu B. Aggarwal, MD
Lima Phlebologist

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