Facial Veins

The facial vein (latin: vena facialis) is a blood vessel that is a continuation of the angular vein. The facial vein originates from the medial angle of the eye, it descends posteriorly over the superficial surface of the masseter, crosses the body of the mandible and passes beneath the platysma, entering the neck.

There are several methods of treating facial veins that include: laser treatments, electrodessication, and topical creams. Size and location of the veins dictate the possibility of treatment.

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