Sclerotherapy (Thread Vein Removal)

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Sclerotherapy (Thread Vein)

Sclerotherapy is a non-surgical medical procedure used to eliminate varicose veins and spider veins. Varicose veins are abnormal, dilated blood vessels caused by a weakening of the vessel wall. They usually develop in the legs and can be seen through the skin. They may appear as swollen, twisted clusters of blue or purple veins and usually develop in the legs, but they can also develop in other parts of the body.

Sometimes varicose veins are surrounded by thin red capillaries known as spider veins ( a group of small blood vessels located close to the surface of the skin). Spider veins may also be called venous telangiectasias.

Spider and varicose veins can appear anywhere, but most often appear on the legs and in the pelvic area. Most varicose veins develop near the surface of the skin. Deeper varicose veins may cause the skin above them to swell, become darker or hard. Varicose veins are common and are seen more often in women than in men. Varicose Veins become more prevalent with age and have been reported to affect 30-60% of the adult population.

Sclerotherapy involves the use of injection or injections of to resolve or fade the effects of the varicose veins.

Please note, we offer Sclerotherapy service for legs only.

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