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Cosmetic Sclerotherapy

Mnimally-invasive medical procedure that treats varicose veins and spider veins, on your legs and even the hands.


During the sclerotherapy treatment, the “sclerosant” is injected into the vein. The chemical causes inflammation in the walls of the vein, causing them to swell shut and stick together. When the needle is withdrawn, pressure is immediately applied to the area, and the area is often massaged to distribute the solution. The procedure is usually painless, though you may experience a slight burning, itching, or tingling sensation. When scheduling your appointment, you may want to consider that fall through early spring is considered the best time to have this treatment performed. This time of year will allow time for you to heal and to cover up the compression stockings.

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How to perform Cosmetic Sclerotherapy services

Sclerotherapy involves injecting a chemical solution directly into the varicose or spider vein. The solution causes the vein walls to swell, stick together, and seal shut, stopping the flow of blood. As a result, the vein fades within a few weeks. Varicose veins are caused by weak or damaged valves in the veins.

Indications For Cosmetic Sclerotherapy Therapy

● Varicose veins
● Spider veins

Treatment by Cosmetic Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a well-established technique for addressing spider veins. It involves injecting a medication directly into the affected vein, causing it to collapse and gradually fade away. While sclerotherapy has been used for decades, newer solutions like Sotradecol have made the process more comfortable with an immediate return to regular activities.

Advantages of Sclerotherapy:

  • Minimal Discomfort: Unlike older methods involving saline solutions, newer solutions like Sotradecol have made sclerotherapy less painful and better tolerated by patients.

  • Targeting Feeder Veins: Sclerotherapy is favored by most vein specialists over laser treatments because it effectively addresses underlying ‘feeder veins,’ often missed by laser therapy.

  • Multiple Sessions for Optimal Results: Most individuals will require more than one treatment session to achieve optimal results, with the national average ranging from 2 to 5 sessions. These sessions are typically spaced a month apart, and your healthcare provider will tailor a customized plan for you.

  • Post-Treatment Compression: Wearing compression stockings after treatment enhances results, ensuring the treated veins gradually fade away.


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