The medical term for spider veins is telangiectasias. These fine red and purple veins are approximately one millimeter or less in size and can occur anywhere on the body.

Patients most commonly seek treatment for spider veins on the legs and chest. Spider veins are often found in combination with varicose veins. There are no health risks with spider veins but they are a common cosmetic concern. The tendency to develop spider veins is inherited but can also occur after localized trauma and can worsen with pregnancy.

If you're suffering from Spider Veins, Dr. Ewy can help you. Call our office at any time at (252) 672-VEIN to schedule an appointment.
 
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