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A woman with spider veins problem

Am I a Candidate for Sclerotherapy?

Are your spider veins or varicose veins getting too troublesome to ignore? If basic remedies, such as leg elevation and using compression stockings, no longer provide effective relief, you may want to discuss sclerotherapy with your vein specialist. Sclerotherapy,…
Doctor performs sclerotherapy for varicose veins on the legs

Long-Term Care After Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a common cosmetic procedure that is nearly 100 years old and has been performed on countless patients successfully. It’s a minimally invasive procedure for those with spider or varicose veins. The procedure entails injecting…
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Preparing for Sclerotherapy Treatment

Sclerotherapy is one of the most popular procedures that are used to treat varicose and spider veins. If you’ve been living with the appearance and symptoms of varicose or spider veins, sclerotherapy might be the right treatment for you. Although…
An older woman holding her leg in the air as she looks it while contemplating whether or not she should undergoing the sclerotherapy procedure.

Who Should Get Sclerotherapy

Do you have unpleasant veins on your legs that prevent you from wearing shorts and bathing suits? These web-like veins are a sign that you may have spider veins or varicose veins. These unsightly vein abnormalities can affect your self-image…
A patient undergoing sclerotherapy near their ankle by a vein specialist.

FAQs About the Sclerotherapy Procedure

Since sclerotherapy was first introduced in the United States nearly a century ago, it remains one of today’s most popular, tried-and-true treatment options for spider veins. If you have heard of sclerotherapy, and want to do your due diligence…
Sclerotherapy injection into a patient's ankle

What Does Recovery Look Like After Getting Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a procedure done to treat and minimize the appearance of varicose and spider veins. It is often done for cosmetic purposes but also may be performed due to symptoms of varicose or spider veins, such as aching or swelling. The…
Doctor magnifying a patient's varicose veins

Facts About Sclerotherapy

Do you have unsightly purple veins on your legs that keep you from wearing shorts and bathing suits? These purple ropes and spindles are signs that you are suffering from spider veins or varicose veins. You can feel beautiful again through…
Varicose Veins on woman foot

Sclerotherapy: How It Has Helped So Many People

Varicose veins are purplish veins that form when a small group of blood vessels near the skin’s surface dilate. Although they can appear in any place on the body, they commonly develop on the face and legs. Let’s talk about sclerotherapy…
Doctor performing sclerotherapy

How Sclerotherapy Treats Varicose Veins

While some people might think of varicose veins as a cosmetic concern, these blue and purplish veins can pose health complications. If left untreated, varicose veins can cause chronic inflammation, ulcers, and blood clots. Fortunately, doctors…

Treatment Options for Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are swollen, superficial veins that usually appear in the legs. They often result from increased pressure in the leg veins, which is usually due to frequent sitting with your legs crossed, being overweight, or standing or sitting…