Sclerotherapy

Are veins on your legs visible, unsightly, and bothering you about your appearance? Sclerotherapy treatments can make your veins less visible, and even make them disappear!

Although most Americans do not have a major circulatory disorder, visible veins that appear as we age can give the impression of poor health. Over 80 million Americans have some type of venous disorder, but about 80% are merely cosmetic in nature and show up visibly on our skin. Women are three times more likely than men to develop varicose veins. The primary reason that unwanted veins appear is due to heredity. Other factors contributing to the onset of unwanted veins are work related (such as standing for long periods of time), pregnancy, and injury or trauma to the immediate area where these veins have become visible.

There are many misconceptions concerning the elimination of unsightly leg veins because of the way unwanted veins were treated in the past. Surface veins, such as spider veins, are similar to sponges – they collect and drain into our body’s deeper vein channels. This passive collection network is redundant, so even when damaged (removed) they are not essential to the circulation of the blood in the legs. These veins can be safely eliminated. With the advent of new sclerosing agents (that create an enzymatic reaction to destroy unwanted veins) the procedure of getting rid of your unsightly veins has been greatly enhanced. This clearance procedure has been dramatically perfected and improved from traditional methods that were in use only a few years ago.

Spider veins and other small veins’ appearance on the legs are now easily treated – painlessly and effectively. Clearance of your unsightly veins is easily achieved in two to four sessions.

Schedule your appointment at (219) 281-9671 today to learn more.

 

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Monday & Tuesday
9:30 AM – 6:00 PM.

Thursday
12:00 PM – 8:00 PM.

Friday
9:30 AM – 5:00 PM.

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