Sclerotherapy in Annapolis
Women everywhere are enhancing their appearance and self-confidence by reducing unsightly, and often painful, spider veins from their legs. Thanks to sclerotherapy, better known as spider vein removal, women can once again feel confident baring their legs in shorts and skirts. Sclerotherapy in Maryland is a simple and quick procedure where spider veins are injected with a sclerosing solution, which causes the veins to collapse and fade, leaving legs with an even skin tone and women with an improved self-image.
Spider veins are a common problem that women may experience due to heredity, pregnancy, hormonal shifts or occupations that involve prolonged sitting or standing. Annapolis, Easton and Prince Frederick women typically choose sclerotherapy when they notice small purple, blue or red veins anywhere on the legs, close to the surface of the skin.
If you’re considering sclerotherapy to help diminish spider veins, contact us to schedule a consultation or to ask any questions regarding this treatment.
Sclerotherapy in Maryland
Sclerotherapy involves the use of a very fine needle to inject a solution directly into the veins. The solution causes the vein to dissolve, becoming much less obvious or even disappearing completely. This simple procedure can be performed right in your doctor’s office.
Sclerotherapy Recovery and Results
Patients receiving this type of spider vein treatment have reported little discomfort, with a slight to moderate burning sensation immediately following the injection that usually fades within a few seconds. You will then wear a compression bandage or elastic stocking immediately afterwards. Vigorous activity is discouraged for 24 hours following this procedure, as it may interfere with a fast recovery.
Sclerotherapy treatments can reveal a significantly improved appearance of the skin on the legs. Dark spider veins should appear lighter and less obvious. Most patients report no adverse effects; however, some minor side effects have been noted, including slight blistering or bruising. Women choosing sclerotherapy should consult with their doctor should any of these after-effects arise.
Other Body Procedures
No other procedures are usually performed in conjunction with this treatment.
Sclerotherapy Insurance Considerations
Sclerotherapy treatment is considered cosmetic and is not covered by insurance. Each patient is responsible for all related procedure costs.