I have started seeing veins underneath my skin in my nose cheeks and jawline what can I do about it? (photo)

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Facial veins.

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Facial veins are a very common complaint and there are many ways to treat them depending on their size and location.  Laser, sclerotherapy, fine needle RF, VeinWave and VeinGogh are all options.  See a vein specialist or someone with experience treating facial veins.  Often times I use a combination of treatments such as sclerotherapy and RF and sometimes more than one treatment is required.

Naples General Surgeon

Facial veins easily treated with laser

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Facial veins can be treated with a laser. Sometimes you may need more than one treatment. Typically the nose is the most recalcitrant and may need more than one treatment versus other areas on the face. The grooves along the nose can easily burn, so cooling in those areas is very important (before, during and after the treatment).

Manu B. Aggarwal, MD
Lima Phlebologist

Facial veins

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Small veins on the face, otherwise known as telangectasias, are best treated with lasers. You may need more than one treatment.

Gustavo E. Galante, MD
Schererville Plastic Surgeon
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