No hospital stay required
Quick procedure duration
High effectiveness rate
Reduction in discomfort from varicose veins
Nose Threads (maybe with filler)
Short recovery period
Minimal side effects
Enhanced blood circulation
Is Sclerotherapy suitable for everyone?
While many people with varicose and spider veins are good candidates for Sclerotherapy, it may not be suitable for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have certain medical conditions.
How many treatments will I need?
This depends on the individual patient, the severity of the veins, and the response to the treatment. Some people need only one treatment, while others may require multiple sessions.
When will I see the results?
Most people see improvements in the appearance of their veins within a few weeks, but in some cases, it may take a month or more to see the full results.
Can I resume normal activities after Sclerotherapy?
Yes, most patients can return to their daily activities immediately. However, you should avoid strenuous exercise and sun exposure for a couple of weeks.
What are the risks of Sclerotherapy?
While Sclerotherapy is generally safe, potential side effects can include bruising, small skin sores, darkened skin in the form of lines or spots, and multiple tiny red blood vessels.
Is the procedure painful?
Patients usually feel minimal pain. Some discomfort may be felt when the needle is inserted, and there may be a slight burning sensation when the solution is injected.