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Vascular spiders and/or telangiectasia are small red or blue blood vessels usually less than 2-3 millimetres in diameter. They often appear isolated and, in addition to being unsightly, may be the onset of superficial venous pathology.

Vascular spiders appear superficially, and appear by the vascular failure of some vein that is producing more pressure and is visible through the skin.

Can you sunbathe on the treated areas?

No; during treatment and up to 15 days after the last session.

Can treated spider veins reappear?

No, after the treatment spider veins will not reappear.

Procedure:

  • Indications: Veins 2-3 mm in diameter.
  • Duration: 15 -20 minutes
  • Recovery: Immediate
  • Efforts: 1 month

Procedure

Después de realizar un estudio ecográfico y doppler que descartará una insuficiencia venosa latente, se realizan sesiones de microesclerosis con espuma. La inyección de la espuma se realiza mediante punción directa de la araña vascular o mediante un mini catéter (butterfly). Se trata de la misma técnica de esclerosis pero con concentración de espuma menor y microaguja.

  • Indicated for Venas de 2 -3 mm de diámetro
  • Duration 15 - 20 minutos
  • Recovery Inmediata
  • Efforts 1 mes

Specialists Micro-sclerosis for vascular spiders

Dra. María José Santana Maján | Plastic Surgeon Alicante Plastic Surgeon

Co-director of the Plastic Surgery Unit at the International Hospital of Medimar (Alicante) with special interest in Aesthetic Surgery, Hand Surgery and Breast Reconstruction Surgery.

Dr. Leopoldo Navarro Sempere | Plastic Surgeon Alicante Plastic Surgeon

Co-director of the Plastic Surgery Unit at Vithas Medimar International Hospital (Alicante) with special interest in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Hand Surgery and Breast Reconstruction Surgery.

Hospital Vithas Medimar in Alicante