Dilated Veins

For hereditary reasons, some people develop enlarged veins on the face and neck, and on the legs. Sun damage only  makes this worse.
On the face and neck, Both Drs. Coleman use lasers and intense pulsed light  to reduce the number and size of these veins. Most people can return to normal life the day after these treatments.
On the legs, external lasers do not work very well for dilated veins, so both Drs. Coleman use sclerotherapy, injecting special foamed medications into the veins to dry them up from the inside. Patients can return to normal life the next day but should wear support hose for a few days after treatment. Larger varicose veins  can sometimes be injected successfully as well,  but some severe cases require internal laser or radiofrequency closure procedures to effectively eliminate them.