Facial blood vessels and how to treat them Facial blood vessels and how to treat them
posted: Aug. 31, 2021.
Facial Blood vessels and how to treat them
Broken blood vessels on the face, or telangiectasias, appear as small red lines commonly seen on the cheeks, chin and around the nose. They are harmless but can be unsightly.
There are many causes of blood vessels on the face, but most commonly they are caused by sun exposure and genetics.
In order to prevent more blood vessels from forming, a broad-spectrum sunscreen of SPF 30+ should be applied to the entire face every morning.
To treat existing blood vessels, we use laser or light therapy. We have multiple devices that target the blood vessels specifically and destroy them. These treatments are quick, in-office procedures, with no anesthesia and little to no downtime.
For more information about treating your facial blood vessels, speak with your Gardens Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Center board-certified provider. (561)776-7041 #gardensdermatologyandcosmeticsurgerycenter #dermatology #cosmeticdermatology #facialbloodvessels