Hand & Arm Veins

Hand And Arm Veins

With age, the skin naturally relaxes and gets thinner, making the veins on your hands and arms more visible. For some people, the veins become prominent, unattractive, and bulging.

Prominent Hand and Arm Veins

Prominent veins on your hands or arms are usually a cosmetic issue. But if looking at the bulging blue veins make you cringe, or you find yourself hiding your hands, Bellamah Vein Center can help! Dr. David Bellamah will recommend the right procedure to treat prominent, bulging hand and arm veins.

Treating Hand and Arm Veins with Sclerotherapy

In sclerotherapy, a tiny needle is used to make multiple injections of a solution (called a sclerosant) into the vein. This solution causes the vein walls to stick together and then seal shut. The vein can no longer hold blood and is eventually absorbed by the body. It will take several weeks for the treated veins to fade and disappear. Most cases require a series of treatments scheduled a few weeks apart.

Treating Hand and Arm Veins with Phlebectomy

In phlebectomy, a series of pinhole incisions are made next to the vein(s) to be treated. A special hook is then used to gently remove the vein in sections through these incisions. More than one vein may be removed in a single session.

Our state-of-the-art procedures, performed in our comfortable office setting in Missoula and Kalispell, will make your hands and arms look as young and healthy as you feel.

Trust Western Montana’s Vein Experts

For the past decade, Bellamah Vein Center has been dedicated to treating leg veins. Now we’re using our state-of-the-art procedures to treat unsightly hand and arm veins. You can trust the experience and expertise of Dr. David Bellamah, a board-certified surgeon who has been treating veins for 18 years.

Call 406-541-3200 to schedule a consultation about your arm and hand veins!

Bellamah Vein Center – Western Montana’s cosmetic vein treatment experts!

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