Vein Conditions
Hand Vein Treatment

Having performed over 6,000 vein treatment procedures, you can be confident that Dr. Leary has the experience to treat a variety of vein conditions.

Utilizing the latest technology, California Vein Specialists is committed to providing comprehensive minimally invasive vein treatments for the full spectrum of venous disorders from painful varicose veins to cosmetic spider veins.

Treatment for Hand Veins

Sclerotherapy Treatment for Hand Veins

Sclerotherapy, the gold standard of treatments, involves injecting veins with a safe solution that causes the body to absorb the vein without harming the rest of your body.

The success of the treatments is dependent on many factors, including the solution used, the technique of the physician, the general health of the patient, and the anatomy of the particular vein. Tiny needles are used, and complications are extremely unusual.

The treatment involves no significant limitations or downtime, and the patient may go immediately back to work following their appointment.

Hand Sclerotherapy

The first step is to get rid of these large, bulging hand veins. These veins are normal, and more of a cosmetic problem than a disease process like varicose veins. Fortunately, the hand has plenty of venous return, and does very well when the veins are removed. The hand veins respond very well to sclerotherapy, typically with about two sessions.

Hyaluronic Acid Filler

The next step in hand rejuvenation is volume replacement. The loss of fat in the hand makes the bones and tendons stick out and much more obvious, just like the veins. A very simple way of returning volume is to inject HA Filler,a common filler. HA Filler is highly malleable and when injected over the top of the hand it erases the bony look of the tendons and bones. The HA Filler injection is almost pain free because it is mixed with lidocaine, a local anesthetic. Once injected the HA Filler is massaged into a smooth natural appearing surface that replaces the fat that has been lost. HA Filler may last up to two years. Your hands will look and feel completely natural.

Board Certified

  • American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine
  • American Board of Emergency Medicine

Professional Memberships and Accreditations

  • Member, American College of Phlebology
  • Diplomate, American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine
  • Member, American Venous Forum
  • Member, American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery
  • Member, American Board of Emergency Medicine
  • Fellow, American Board of Emergency Medicine

BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS

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