Sclerotherapy is a non-surgical procedure used to treat varicose and spider veins. Although we usually use sclerotherapy on the legs, it can be used virtually anywhere on the body where unsightly veins appear. During a sclerotherapy treatment session, solutions are injected directly into the unsightly veins. The sclerosing agents that we choose to use include polidocanol, sotradecol and glycerin. When injected into the vein, these agents react with the lining of the vein wall causing an inflammatory reaction which causes the vein wall to stick together. Following the procedure, you will be required to wear compression stockings for 2 weeks to help keep the veins closed.
- Initial Consultation Free
- Outpatient Procedure
- Cosmetic Procedure
- No Restrictions Except Wearing Compression Stockings
- May Require Multiple Sessions
- Minimal Discomfort
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We encourage you to schedule a consultation today. During our meeting, we will advise on whether or not you’re an ideal candidate for Injection Sclerotherapy, as well as compose a custom treatment plan designed to achieve the smooth, clear and vein-free skin you’ve always wanted. Call or text the office today and one of our seasoned staff members will be able to assist you.
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