Eliminate the veins on the dorsum of the hands
One of the more unaesthetic aspects of the hands are the hands with swollen veins and sometimes greenish at the back of the hands.
Despite the inconvenient that are from the aesthetic point of view, these veins have the function to return the blood from the toes to the arms. Therefore, you can only eliminate 2 of them in a single procedure since there is a risk of generating an edema and chronic inflammation in the hands due to the lack of venous return.
The elimination of these veins is called Phlebectomy. This is a simple procedure, which requires local anesthetic and a bandage after surgery that you should wear for 5 days after the surgery.