Red veins become visible when the blood vessels or capillaries on our face break. There can be a multitude of causes for red veins on the face, but in most people it is a result of one of the many types of Rosacea.
While some types of Rosacea can be hereditary, or prone to people with fair skin, in other people it is a result of lifestyle factors. Importantly, Dr Haus knows that if left untreated, Rosacea can lead to inflammation beyond the initially affected area of the face, which is why early diagnosis and treatment is very important.
Dr Haus has considerable experience in using laser therapy to treat and improve the appearance of red veins and Rosacea, in both men and women. If you would like to know more about what treatment options might exist for you, then please get in touch using one of the options on the Contact Us page.
Recommended Treatments: Lasers
Sure a visit to the dermatologist might not be the ‘topic du jour’ at the pub or even over coffee, but rest assured some men are finally losing their skin-hibitions! I’m one of them and when I want to look tighter and brighter I head to see Dr Ariel Haus. He is passionate about skin and through a combination of non and minimally invasive procedures, he helps patients like me feel positive and confident about their skin. Sure he performs an impressive raft of state of the art procedures, but there is also a firm emphasis on aftercare.
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