How Many Pounds Can You Lose with Semaglutide Injections?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 02/28/2023

Semaglutide injections can help patients safely and effectively lose up to 15-20% of their starting weight.


What is Recovery Like After Laser Vein Treatment?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 01/28/2023

The recovery period after a laser vein treatment is generally quick and easy. There is minimal downtime after this outpatient procedure.


Can Periorbital Veins Run in the Family?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 12/30/2022

The periorbital veins around the eyes can become visible due to various factors, especially genetics.


How Can Weight Gain Affect Varicose Veins?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 11/30/2022

Learn how weight gain impacts varicose veins and what you can do to treat the condition to improve the appearance of your legs and reduce discomfort.


How Serious Are Veins On the Surface of the Skin?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 10/31/2022

Concerned about whether your visible veins may be a sign of a more serious issue? Find helpful information here.


When Should I See a Doctor for Periorbital Veins?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 09/30/2022

Learn how periorbital vein treatment, such as sclerotherapy, can reduce the vein discoloration around your eyes.


Will Varicose Veins Get Worse If I Exercise?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 08/29/2022

Varicose veins can be a health issue and an aesthetic nuisance. Learn how to exercise in a way that doesn't worsen the problem.


Can My Birthmark Be Removed?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 07/31/2022

Learn how Harmony XL PRO laser treatments can reduce the size and appearance of a stubborn birthmark.


Will Facial Veins Return After Vein Reduction Treatment?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 06/23/2022

Explore your treatment options for unwanted spider veins, and find out how you can discourage new veins from appearing in the future.


How Soon Will Varicose Veins Form During Pregnancy?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 05/27/2022

A closer look at when and why varicose veins may develop during pregnancy, if they’ll go away on their own, and what you can do to prevent them.


When Should You be Concerned About Varicose Veins?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 04/28/2022

Diminish your painful varicose veins and bothersome spider veins to improve your complexion and quality of life.


Could Varicose Veins Give Me Restless Leg Syndrome?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 03/25/2022

There is a strong link between varicose veins and RLS, but proper treatment can help resolve these two concerns.


All You Should Know Before Laser Skin Resurfacing Treatment

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 02/20/2022

Advanced laser treatment can reduce the appearance of acne scars and hyperpigmentation. See if you are a candidate for laser skin resurfacing here.


Can Periorbital Veins Go Away On Their Own?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 01/30/2022

While periorbital veins will not typically go away on their own, there are many treatment options Dr. Matthew Lynch can suggest.


Can Varicose Veins Return After Endovenous Laser Therapy?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 12/31/2021

Endovenous laser treatment is an effective solution for varicose veins and reduces the potential for them to appear again.


Eight Treatment Methods to Improve Your Vein Condition

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 12/03/2021

There are several treatments that may help to improve your vein conditions. Find out how to treat periorbital and varicose veins in Peoria, AZ.


How Can Periorbital Veins be Removed From Around the Eyes?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 10/31/2021

Periorbital veins can be treated using many different methods and technologies. Keep reading to find out how you can treat your problematic veins.


What Causes Periorbital Veins to Form Around the Eyes?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 09/21/2021

Periorbital veins can be caused by many different things, like your genetics and lifestyle choices.


Can Varicose Veins Be Prevented If They Run In the Family?

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 08/24/2021

Varicose veins can be prevented if you use the right dietary measures and wear the right materials.


Get Your Glow Back With Laser Acne Treatment

Dr. Matthew Lynch | 07/21/2021

Acne occurs as pores become clogged with oil, skin cells, and bacteria. Inflammation and bacterial infection may contribute to skin blemishes.


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