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Early Detection & Advanced Care in Vein Disease Treatment

Vein disease, or venous insufficiency, is a prevalent condition affecting millions globally. Often dismissed as a mere cosmetic issue, its potential to evolve into serious health complications warrants attention and early intervention. This blog delves into the significance of treating vein disease, highlighting Dr. James C. Sherman's contributions at Vein Specialists of Augusta in refining vein disease treatment.

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Vein Treatments at Vein Specialists of Augusta!

How many Vein Treatments will I need? Spider Veins usually require touch-ups and yearly maintenance. Varicose Vein Treatments are also not necessarily a “one-and-done” procedure. Patients with vein disease require careful medical supervision and when needed additional follow-up procedures. How does Dr. James Sherman assess your Vein Treatment needs? Because everyone is different, only a personal consultation with our Vein Specialist Dr. James Sherman, and his qualified medical staff at Vein Specialists of Augusta can determine each patient’s vein therapy needs. A vein ultrasound will allow for proper diagnosis and helps Dr. Sherman decide which therapeutic methods are the preferred option....

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Excel V Laser to treat leg spider veins and vascular lesions- at Vein Specialist of Augusta

Excel V Laser To Treat Leg Spider Veins & Vascular Lesions

Vein Treatments at Vein Specialists of Augusta  The Cutera Excel V is highly effective in treating several vascular conditions in men and women of all skin tones. That’s why we offer it at our Vein Clinic in Augusta! The Excel V laser treats blue veins around the eyes, blue, red, or purple spider veins of the legs, benign pigmented lesions, and sun-damaged areas of skin that are tan or brown. Watch the Excel V Laser in action How does the Excel V Laser work? Excel V uses the most advanced laser technology to safely and effectively treat various vessels from tiny...

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Multiple leg and vein issues- vein treatment at Vein Specialist of Augusta

Varicose Veins Versus Spider Veins

Are varicose veins and spider veins the same thing? While they are both caused by malfunctioning vein valves, varicose veins and spider veins have a different appearance as well as several other differentiating factors. Distinguishing between spider veins and varicose veins is simple once you know what to look for. Varicose Veins vs. Spider Veins: Similarities Varicose veins and spider veins are similar in that they are both caused by the same thing: malfunctioning vein valves. Healthy vein valves prevent blood from pooling and circulating in the wrong direction. If a vein valve becomes damaged, the blood can flow backward, pool within the vein,...

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VenaSeal: A Safer Treatment for Damaged Veins

Venaseal Procedure:- Damaged veins like varicose veins and spider veins need to be treated to improve health and alleviate symptoms. But which vein treatment is best? While multiple vein treatments are highly effective, the VenaSeal closure system provides an added measure of safety: with this treatment, there is no risk of thermal nerve injury. Reduces Risk of Nerve Damage The small saphenous vein (sometimes called the short saphenous vein, or SSV) is an important superficial vein on the back of the leg. Very close to this vein lies the sural nerve, which supplies sensation to the skin down the back of the leg....

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Can Losing Weight Help Spider Veins?

Weight management is an important part of maintaining healthy vein circulation. If you have spider veins and you are overweight, losing weight can improve your symptoms and prevent future vein problems, but it will not help get rid of spider veins that have already formed. Only vein treatment from a vein specialist can eliminate existing spider veins. Why Being Overweight May Cause Spider Veins Spider veins are caused by poor circulation. When a person is overweight, the additional weight and pressure forces the circulatory system to work harder. Like any overtaxed system, this may cause parts of it to malfunction. Overburdened veins...

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Sun Exposure and Spider Veins

The sun can be a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, it provides us with vitamin D which is essential to our health. On the other hand, its rays can have damaging effects on our skin and even our veins. Sun protection is critical if you want to avoid getting spider veins due to excessive amounts of sun exposure. About Spider Veins Spider veins are small, thread-like blood vessels that appear near the surface of your skin in clusters and vary in color from bright red to light blue or purple. Although they may not look like anything serious, these...

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