Sclerotherapy – Varicose Vein Removal

Sclerotherapy provides superior results, non-surgically.

Sclerotherapy is an FDA-approved treatment that has been successfully used for vein removal since 1930. Originally developed for treatment of varicose veins, today it is a treatment of choice for red, blue or purple veins of all sizes. Liquid or Foam Sclerotherapy is used to eliminate leg, hand and facial veins, spider veins and broken capillaries.

Sclerotherapy is a popular method of eliminating varicose veins in which a solution, called a sclerosing agent, is injected into the veins, causing a gradual fading of the treated vessel over a period of several weeks to several months.

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Is Sclerotherapy vein removal painful?
Sclerotherapy is a series of micro injections that cause dilated veins to gradually shrink and disappear. Because injections are performed using a very small needle they are practically painless.  Occasionally, clients may feel a slight burning sensation while the medication is administered.

  • Before

    After

    Temporal Vein is visible before treatment. After treatment, Temporal Vein is no longer visible.Dr. Cadoux removes veins with advanced foam sclerotherapy techniques, with ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, and with special vein lasers.

  • Before

    After

    Temporal Vein is visible before treatment. After treatment, Temporal Vein is no longer visible.Dr. Cadoux removes veins with advanced foam sclerotherapy techniques, with ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, and with special vein lasers.

  • Before

    After

    Dr. Cadoux removes veins with advanced foam sclerotherapy techniques, with ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, and with special vein lasers.

 

*Individual results may vary from person to person.

Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.  Each treatment plan is designed for an individual patient’s needs, so depending on the area being treated and the condition of the skin, each patient may see different results.

 

Please call for a patient assessment to discuss your treatment plan and the results that can be achieved for you.

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