For many years, Jolie Plastic Surgery has been committed to the treatment of varicose veins by the use of "Sclerotherapy ". We have helped thousands of patients thus getting plenty of experience on how to treat varicose veins and implementing the right solutions for any complications that may arise during the treatment process. Varicose veins can be knotted and distended.
Any vein may become varicose but stubborn veins are generally located in the legs and feet. That may be because walking upright increases the pressure in the veins and lower body. For many people, treating varicose veins and spider veins can be a just a sign of cosmetic relief while for others; varicose veins may cause pain and discomfort.
Occasionally, varicose veins may cause more serious complications. Varicose veins can also indicate a risk of more advanced cardiovascular problems. Treatment may include procedures recommended by your doctor to close or remove them effectively.
Sclerotherapy Miami at Jolie Plastic Surgery is like art. Our Miami plastic surgeons have the experience, skill and tact this procedure requires.
There are many factors involved in achiving good results such as the size and type of needle used, type of solution and its concentration, the pressure used when the solution was injected, the volume of the solution and even the size of the syringe.
Sclerotherapy is performed by injecting a drug into the vein which collapses and produces its demise; a substance is used to close varicose veins Miami. The substance should be inoculated into the vein to instigate irritation and staining on the inside of the vein. Usually a lens and direct light are used to magnify a specific area. This intravascular injection is often used on the treatment of varicose veins and spider veins. It can be injected at the clinic while standing. You may need a number of treatments to help close off the vein.
Treatments can be done every four to six weeks. In subsequent treatments, legs are covered to reduce swelling and help with the healing process.
Spider veins are fed from dripping blood from a vein or primary reticular feeder vessel. As the root of a plant, this feeder vessel is not visible to the eye but is the means of contact with spider veins.
During trans-illumination guided sclerotherapy, fiber optic light skin that looks at the feeder vessel is placed. With the illuminated feeder vessel, the sclerosing solution is injected directly and more accurately into the vein.
Often, spider veins disappear and the patient is able to avoid having to inject them directly, 2 or 3 sessions are required and both methods can be combined in order to achieve optimal results.
It is a quick and simple process that is not painful. The patient should only be bandaged for the next six hours. In general, the person can resume regular activities after surgery without requiring extreme care. However, Jolie Plastic Surgery surgeons recommend avoiding sun exposure until irritation subsides because skin spots may appear.
Micro Sclerotherapy can be used to remove vascular and other minor spider varicose veins. A small amount of fluid substance should be vaccinated into the vein with a fine needle. The substance damages the inner lining of the vein, prompting the vein to close. Sclerotherapy side effects may vary depending on the inoculation method. People with allergies may want to be careful. For example, it may cause Sotradecol allergic reactions, but this is uncommon.
Also, the skin can be burnt if the needle is not placed properly or leave a permanent stain on the skin which is generally caused by the dispersion of blood cells in the tissue after the vein has been injected and may disappear over time. Sclerotherapy may also cause blood clotting and scarring.
Jolie Plastic Surgery strongly recommends the removal of spider veins by qualified professionals on patients who have realistic expectations, patients who are not pregnant or breastfeeding for a period of three months, and patients who understand the procedure will not prevent the development of new veins. People of any age can be treated. It’s a great option if spider veins are present and it’s not an incorrect diagnosis of a vascular disease or another underlying condition.
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