Spider naevi (also known more commonly as spider veins) is the term given to clumps of small blood vessels that show on the skin’s surface. The condition is very common and described using the word ‘spiders’ because of the appearance. Spider naevi are typically found in the upper part of the body, face, neck, chest and arms.
Spider naevi are harmless, but if causing unhappiness Mr Coady treats these using the Veinwave thermocoagulation device. Book a consultation to find out whether this treatment is suitable for your concerns.