Breast Veins

Breast veins tend to become more noticeable and prominent during pregnancy, while breast-feeding, when using oral contraceptives or after breast augmentation. Often after pregnancy or when breast feeding ceases, the breast veins will fade or lessen. In some cases, however, the veins remain enlarged and cosmetically displeasing. With sun damage or aging, the chest wall, breasts and upper abdomen can also develop spider veins, telangiectasias. The treatment for these different vein types is the same as in any other body area. We recommend treatment with Sclerotherapy, foam sclerotherapy or VeinWave depending on vein location and size of the veins.

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