Spider Veins

Spider veins are thread-like blood vessels that develop on the face or legs and often look red. They usually don’t cause pain or other symptoms, but if you want to improve their appearance, we can help.

Spider veins: Why choose Henry Ford?

Specialists at Henry Ford provide expert care and the latest advances for spider veins. We offer effective, noninvasive treatment to help fade spider veins and improve the look of your skin.

People come to us for our:

  • Care from multiple specialties: Our board-certified specialists in cosmetic surgery, dermatology and vascular medicine provide comprehensive treatment for spider veins. You work with providers who have experience in vein care that helps improve how your skin looks.
  • Experience with treatments that avoid surgery: Our doctors offer expertise in noninvasive and minimally invasive treatment for spider veins. We can also treat more complex conditions, such as chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins, that can occur with spider veins.
  • Locations close to home and work: With locations throughout southeast and south central Michigan, we make it easy for you to access our services.

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For information call us at 1-844-432-6763.

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