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Spider Veins on The Face – Simple, Effective and Inexpensive Treatment

Spider Veins on the Face are very unsightly and embarrassing. Fortunately, there is a simple, effective and inexpensive remedy.

The medical term for spider veins on the nose and cheeks is facial telangiectasia. These are small blood vessels in the skin typically measuring less than 1 mm. They are very common and they are unsightly and disfiguring. They can be congenital, that is you may have been born with them or they may have developed over the course of many years. Sun exposure is the main aggravating factor for their appearance, but other important causes are liver disease, rosacea, smoking, use … Continue reading »

Broken Vein on Cheeks, Nose and Face

Last week in my previous blog, I talked about leg spider veins, well, this week, I am going to tell you some important facts about thread veins on the nose, cheeks and face.

The medical term for spider veins on the nose and cheeks is facial telangiectasia.

Facial Thread Veins

Facial Thread Veins

These are small blood vessels in the skin typically measuring less than 1 mm. They are very common and they are unsightly and disfiguring. They can be congenital, that is you may have been born with them or they … Continue reading »

500 Trained to Treat Thread Veins

Dr Gajraj

Dr Gajraj and Dr De Souza congratulate the successful delegates

Yesterday at  Wigmore Medical in London, I provided another course to healthcare professionals on the treatment of leg and face thread veins. Since my colleague Emma Davies and I started this training course in 2002, we have now successfully trained 500 delegates on the assessment and treatment of leg and facial thread veins.

Recently, the faculty of VeinCare Training has been joined by Dr Joney De … Continue reading »

Thread Vein Removal

Dr Charlene Scicluna and Dr Johanna Ward are congratulated by Dr Haroun Gajraj

I have just returned to Dorset having spent the day in London training two doctors in the treatment of thread veins (known medically as telangiectasia). Dr Charlene Scicluna (middle) is a General Practitioner and Specialist Cosmetic Doctor from Malta and Dr Johanna Ward (right) is a General Practitioner and Cosmetic Specialist who has her own clinic in Kent, the … Continue reading »

Facial Thread Veins

Face Thread Veins

Facial Thread Veins Treated

Facial Thread Veins can be very distressing but there are ways of dealing with them. 

Yesterday I met Frances Furlong on my training course in London and we chatted about the various methods of getting rid of these unwelcome veins. Frances is a very experienced and award-winning aesthetic nurse consultant and independent nurse prescriber who has busy clinics in London, Essex and Suffolk. She knows only too well the distress that thread veins on the face can cause.

Although … Continue reading »

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