What Causes Facial Veins?
Have you noticed tiny facial veins or broken blood vessels on your skin? Telangiectasia, as it is medically called, is characterized by tiny veins or broken capillaries that can appear on the face or the body. A common occurrence in many adults, this bothersome condition can be triggered by a variety of different factors, including sun damage, aging, rosacea or genetics. While facial veins are generally more of a cosmetic concern than a medical one, they can still be an annoying issue for many patients.
Both men and women tend to dislike these unsightly blood vessels on their face, feeling like it makes them appear older while giving the skin a less luminous look. For women, facial veins may mean spending money on high-coverage foundations and taking additional time in the morning to apply it.
What are the Treatments?
Thankfully, there are a variety of successful treatments available at MDTLC to address facial veins, including laser technology that can easily minimize, and sometimes completely remove the appearance of facial veins. If you desire clear skin that is free from the appearance of these pesky veins, Dr. Quibell can guide you to treatments that will work for your unique aesthetic goals.