How Can I Reduce My Veins Without Surgery?

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Visible veins, including spider veins, periorbital veins, and other noticeable vascular lesions, can be a cosmetic concern that keeps people from looking and feeling their best. While surgery was once the only effective option for minimizing visible veins, those days are behind us. At Lynch Vein & Aesthetics in Peoria, AZ, general surgeon and vein specialist Dr. Matthew Lynch provides a comprehensive range of innovative, nonsurgical treatments and procedures that effectively reduce the appearance of visible veins, helping patients regain the clearer complexion and boosted self-confidence they deserve. Discover how nonsurgical vein treatments may help you, too, by reviewing the information below.

What causes visible veins on the surface of the skin?

Spider veins, periorbital veins, and other visible veins are often a result of a combination of factors, which may include:

  • Genetics
  • Aging
  • Sun exposure
  • Hormonal changes
  • Smoking
  • Diet
  • Lifestyle

While these particular types of visible veins are typically not a medical concern, they can be a cosmetic nuisance and are often difficult or inconvenient to try and conceal with makeup and clothing alone. To help patients feel more confident in their own skin and minimize the appearance of surface veins and vascular lesions, Dr. Lynch may recommend nonsurgical vein treatments as an effective, convenient, minimally invasive option with little to no downtime. Some of our most popular Peoria, AZ vein treatments include:


Sclerotherapy is a well-established and highly effective nonsurgical treatment for spider veins. This procedure involves injecting a sclerosing solution directly into the targeted veins, causing them to collapse and gradually fade over time. Spider veins, which are typically smaller and closer to the skin's surface, respond exceptionally well to sclerotherapy. During sclerotherapy sessions at Lynch Vein & Aesthetics, Dr. Lynch carefully administers the sclerosing solution, and patients can resume their normal activities shortly afterward. Multiple sessions may be required for optimal results, which can last for many years or even indefinitely. If new spider veins become visible after sclerotherapy, a repeat procedure can help to restore the patient’s clearer skin once again.

Surface laser vein treatment

For visible veins that are close to the skin's surface, surface laser vein treatment is a highly precise and effective option. This nonsurgical approach utilizes laser energy to selectively target and destroy unwanted veins, promoting their gradual disappearance over time. Lynch Vein & Aesthetics employs the state-of-the-art Harmony® XL PRO laser for the treatment of spider veins and other vascular lesions. During a surface laser vein treatment with Harmony XL PRO, the laser energy is absorbed by the targeted veins, causing them to coagulate and be naturally removed by the body. Many patients enjoy surface laser vein treatment as a noninvasive, convenient solution for reducing visible veins.

While laser treatment and sclerotherapy are popular and effective for minimizing the appearance of certain types of visible veins, Dr. Lynch understands that each patient’s condition, concerns, and goals are unique and takes great care to customize each vein treatment plan with these in mind. Following a thorough consultation and evaluation, Dr. Lynch will create a personalized treatment plan to help you get the clearer skin and improved confidence you deserve.

Take charge of your spider veins and more with nonsurgical vein treatments in Peoria, AZ

If you're looking to reduce the appearance of visible veins without surgery, Lynch Vein & Aesthetics can help with a range of advanced nonsurgical venous treatments available in Peoria, AZ. Take the first step toward putting visible veins to rest by calling to schedule your one-on-one consultation with general surgeon and Peoria, AZ vein specialist Dr. Matthew Lynch today.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.