Sclerotherapy: Make Spider Veins Disappear

What Are Spider Veins?

Spider veins are tiny, thin veins that vary in color and that you can see just under the surface of your skin. They are so named because they remind us of spider webs and are inconvenient just like any other insect. 

 

Who Gets Spider Veins?

Your not alone! These unwanted veins will affect 1 out 4 Americans. However, women are twice as likely to develop these varicose veins. The puzzling thing about this disorder is that 80% of these individuals who have spider veins are cosmetic, not medical issues. Although most Americans do not have a major circulatory disorder, visible veins give the impression of aging and poor health. Most people want treatment,but are unaware or think treatment would be to complicated. 

 

Many of us will eventually encounter vein health issues. Since they are hereditary, if your parents or grandparents have or had spider veins, you are more likely to develop them as well. Women are 3x more likely to develop varicose veins than men. If you become pregnant or have a job or lifestyle that requires standing for long periods of time, this may make them worse, or increase the probability of getting them.

 

What Is Sclerotherapy?

Schlerotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure that treats varicose veins and spider veins. It involves injecting medication, known as sclerosing agents, into damaged veins.

In addition to diminishing the appearance of varicose or spider veins, sclerotherapy can also reduce pain or side effects caused by damaged veins.

Varicose Veins can cause itching, pain, cramping, and discoloration. Spider Veins are smaller and less severe than varicose veins. Varicose veins are more common in women than in men, although anyone can get them.

 

How Does Our Treatment Standout?

What makes us unique is that we have and utilize the latest technologies sclerosing agents have that are available to ensure a successful treatment and outcome. We evaluate your vein condition from both a medical perspective as well as from an aesthetic standpoint to be able to offer you the best option for you. 

We will be able to satisfy your desired short-term and long-term satisfaction. Pre-treatment evaluation with our physician will diagnose other possibly underlying reasons for your unwanted veins. Our physician will be setting expectations clinically so you may understand
what is expected and the clinical endpoint to your treatments.
The major difference is that we sell results and not individual
treatments. We take a medical approach to your vein treatments and offer varying types of modalities and technologies to ensure success.

This is what makes us unique and for you to experience the “New You”.

 

How To Get Started

1. Receive Your Consultation. Meet your doctor and our staff.

 

2. Discuss a treatment plan that is suitable for you

 

3. Start Your Personalized Program!

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