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Wave goodbye to varicose veins and spider veins

Our experienced team of vascular consultants can give your legs a new lease of life. Using state-of-the-art technology, we provide effective walk-in-walk-out procedures that are tailored to your exact needs. Visit us at our private clinics in Birmingham and Solihull.

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Bring your legs back to looking and feeling their best

Our experienced team of vascular consultants can give your legs a new lease of life. Using state-of-the-art technology, we provide effective walk-in-walk-out procedures that are tailored to your exact needs. Visit us at our private clinics in Birmingham and Solihull.

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The Difference Between Thread Veins and Varicose Veins

Thread and varicose veins are forms of a medical condition called venous insufficiency. Both occur when valves in the veins become weakened or damaged. However, the symptoms associated with varicose veins and thread veins are different.

Varicose Veins

Trunk Veins Diagram

If the valves in your leg veins stop pumping, it causes blood that should go up to go down. The result? Varicose veins. These lumpy and twisted blue or purple veins cause symptoms such as uncomfortable, swollen and achy legs. They are pretty common, affecting about a third of UK adults. Varicose veins are usually larger and are located deeper within the leg than spider veins.

Thread Veins

Spider veins diagram

Commonly known as spider veins, these tiny blue or red vessels sit close to the skin’s surface. They can appear in small clusters or spread across the legs and body. Most of the time, thread veins are painless, but they may itch sometimes or cause a burning sensation. As we get older, our skin gets thinner, so it’s more likely that you, and others, will notice thread veins.

The good news is that, with the right treatment, it is easy to remedy varicose and thread veins.

Learn more about the causes, symptoms and treatment options:

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Thread Veins
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Contact us now to arrange your free mini consultation. We’ll explain everything and talk you through the benefits of the different types of treatment available.

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Patient-Tailored Treatments

We offer a choice of highly effective and reliable treatments for all types of varicose and thread veins, depending on what’s right for you.

Radiofrequency Ablation

Best suited to treating trunk varicose veins. We use radiofrequency (like laser), carried out under local anaesthetic. It’s minimally invasive keyhole treatment, so you should be up and about very quickly.

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Ultrasound Guided Foam Sclerotherapy (UGFS)

Often best suited to superficial veins, this walk-in, walk-out treatment uses local anaesthetic, and clever foam detergent that gets rid of the problematic veins. It works very well alongside Endothermal Ablation.

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Microsclerotherapy

This well-established procedure improves the appearance of thread or spider veins. We use a liquid that helps the body absorb the veins naturally. There’s no need for anaesthetic or a hospital stay.

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Premier Veins offers expert varicose and thread vein removal in Birmingham, Coventry, Droitwich, Solihull and Sutton Coldfield

Give us a call today on 0121 769 2646, email us, or fill out the contact form below to find out more.

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