Varicose veins are bulging, enlarged, and defective veins. Visible varicose veins most often appear on the legs. These occur due to a weakness of the connective tissue, which causes the valves in the veins to no longer function properly.
From a medical point of view, any varicose veins should be treated to avoid chronic and irreversible damage and long-term consequences. The first signs of venous insufficiency can be spider veins, aching heavy legs, calf cramps, leg swelling, itching, and changes in skin color.
Our goal at VenaZiel®is to offer you an individualized modern treatment to cure venous insufficiency.
Spider veins are tiny, thin veins visible just below the skin’s surface and vary in color. They are purple, blue, pink, or red, typically resembling a spider web, and can be flat or slightly raised to the touch.
Like varicose veins, spider veins on the face, hands, and limbs can be associated with pain.
They are called that way because they remind us of spiderwebs. Sometimes you can also find in the descriptions that they look like marble.
Arterial and venous diseases
The VenaZiel®Vein Center specializes in diagnosing and treating many arterial and venous diseases.
The VenaZiel® vein center also offers cosmetic treatments for various vascular conditions such as spider veins, rosacea, and facial and hand veins.