Sclerotherapy

Foam Sclerotherapy for Varicose Veins

Foam sclerotherapy, also known as ultrasound guided sclerotherapy, is a technique for treating varicose veins.. Continue Reading

Foam Sclerotherapy for Varicose Veins

Foam sclerotherapy, also known as ultrasound guided sclerotherapy, is a technique for treating varicose veins.. Continue Reading

Sclerotherapy Treatment

Sclerotherapy is a treatment for the removal of spider veins and smaller varicose veins. Veins are injected with a sterile chemical sclerant, which irritates the vessel's lining, making it become inflamed, harden, and eventually fade away completely. ... Continue Reading

Sclerotherapy Treatment

Sclerotherapy is a treatment for the removal of spider veins and smaller varicose veins. Veins are injected with a sterile chemical sclerant, which irritates the vessel's lining, making it become inflamed, harden, and eventually fade away completely. ... Continue Reading

Sclerotherapy: Frequently Asked Questions

What is sclerotherapy? Sclerotherapy is a microinjection procedure to treat spider veins. The procedure involves injection of a sterile solution (called a sclerosing solution) into the small veins using a very fine, thin needle. This solution irritates the vein lining causing it to undergo fibrosis ... Continue Reading

Sclerotherapy: Frequently Asked Questions

What is sclerotherapy? Sclerotherapy is a microinjection procedure to treat spider veins. The procedure involves injection of a sterile solution (called a sclerosing solution) into the small veins using a very fine, thin needle. This solution irritates the vein lining causing it to undergo fibrosis ... Continue Reading

Asclera

Asclera, or Polidocanol, is an injectable agent used to help treat varicose veins (1 to 3 mm in diameter) and spider veins (less than 1 mm in diameter). It is currently being used in Europe and elsewhere, and received FDA approval for use in the United States in 2010. How does Asclera work? Ascle ... Continue Reading

Asclera

Asclera, or Polidocanol, is an injectable agent used to help treat varicose veins (1 to 3 mm in diameter) and spider veins (less than 1 mm in diameter). It is currently being used in Europe and elsewhere, and received FDA approval for use in the United States in 2010. How does Asclera work? Ascle ... Continue Reading

ClariVein Technique for Treating Varicose Veins

For 350 years, varicose veins have been treated with a surgical technique. In the past 10 years, laser and radiofrequency have taken over. Now there’s MOCA™ varicose vein treatment using the ClariVein catheter. This is the future of varicose vein treatment – ask your physician about it! Benef ... Continue Reading

ClariVein Technique for Treating Varicose Veins

For 350 years, varicose veins have been treated with a surgical technique. In the past 10 years, laser and radiofrequency have taken over. Now there’s MOCA™ varicose vein treatment using the ClariVein catheter. This is the future of varicose vein treatment – ask your physician about it! Benef ... Continue Reading

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