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Q.) What is sclerotherapy?

A.) Sclerotherapy is a process used to remove spider veins. In this process, a tiny needle is used to inject a very small amount of liquid into the vein. This liquid, called a sclerosant, causes the veins to collapse and eventually disappear.

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Spider Veins

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What are Spider Veins? What are Varicose Veins?

Although these conditions are very similar to each other, spider veins are smaller than varicose veins. They usually appear to be blue or red, and are closer to the skin surface when compared to varicose veins. This condition can appear on small and large areas of an individual's skin as spider webs with short jagged lines or tree branches.

What are the causes of Spider Veins?

Spider veins can be caused by venous insufficiency, a condition where vein valves acting as one way flaps prevent blood flow backwards while moving up the legs. Additional causes of spider veins include sun exposure, hormone changes, and inherited related factors.

Spider Vein Treatment and Removal

There are several different treatment options available for individuals with spider and varicose veins including YAG Laser treatment, sclerotherapy and vein stripping. The size and severity of your veins will determine which treatment is right for you. By choosing the right treatment, you will be glad you got rid of your spider veins!

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Spider Veins Targets

  • Red spider veins
  • Blue spider veins
  • Aching legs

Spider Veins Benefits

  • Reduce Spider Veins!
  • Reduce Leg Aches!
  • Pretty legs!
  • No need to hide under pantyhose!

 

 

FAQ's...

Q.) What is sclerotherapy?

A.) Sclerotherapy is a process used to remove spider veins. In this process, a tiny needle is used to inject a very small amount of liquid into the vein. This liquid, called a sclerosant, causes the veins to collapse and eventually disappear.

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