Vein Treatment

Vein Therapy

Spider Vein Treatment

 If you’re seeking spider vein treatment, whether sclerotherapy or vein therapy, it’s important to understand what spider veins are as spider vein treatment alternatives are available.

What Are Spider Veins? 

Spider veins are tiny bluish or reddish surface veins. They often affect legs and/or face resulting from increased pressure in the vein system factors influence the formation of spider veins, including heredity, changes, and pregnancy. 

Contact us to explore appropriate spider vein treatments for you.


Sclerotherapy is used to treat both spider veins and certain types of varicose veins.  Sclerotherapy involves the injection of a special medication into the diseased vein which causes it to close off. Sotradecol (sodium tetradecyl sulfate) is a pain free spider vein Now might be a good time to create one and post it here. A good mission statement tells you what drives a company to do what it does.


Vein Treatment

Most patients describe minimal itching and burning for 5-15 minutes following sclerotherapy. You will feel the prick of the needle being inserted into the skin.  However, we use the tiniest needles possible to reduce the discomfort felt by our patients.

If we are able to treat the “feeder” veins effectively, you may require one or two treatments.  However, if you have a more severe problem,numerous spider veins over a larger area, we may require 3-5 sessionsin the care of you.  These are spaced approximately 4-6 weeks apart. 

Micro-Phlebectomy Leg Vein Removal

  A micro-phlebectomy, a varicose vein treatment That is used to treat certain types of varicose veins.  The word “phlebectomy” literally means removing the vein.  When someone speaks of “leg vein removal”, that’s exactly what this procedure does. The day of the procedure, your leg will be marked where the veins bulge out.  Then, a special local anesthetic is injected into the area surrounding your leg vein. The doctor will make tiny incisions of about 2-3mm-the size of a ball-point pen tip – and use a crochet-type hook to “grab” the vein and remove it. This interrupts
the vein, causes any remaining portions of the vein to atrophy, and gets rid of those unsightly bulgy areas!

What if I need those veins?

 You may wonder, “what if I need those veins later?  Suppose I need surgery?”  If the veins were functioning normally, then yes, you need them later!  But since the veins are dilated and not working properly, you’redoing more harm than good.

Will there be scarring?

 You’ll be pleased to know that the incisions are so tiny, that any scars aren’t seen.  Most patients can barely see their incisions four to six weeks after surgery.

How much down time or recovery time is needed?

 The recovery time for this leg vein removal procedure is negligible. You need to take it easy for the first 48 hours.  After the first two days normal activities are resumed. Only strenuous exercise is discouraged the first week to ten days, as are swimming and hot tubs.