Light Guided Schlerotherapy
Sclerotherapy is commonly used for treating spider veins and small varicose veins. It involves the injection of a FDA-approved sclerosing solution (a mixture of saline and Sotradecol®), which causes chemical endovenous ablation of the vein, which collapses and diminishes in appearance. Sclerotherapy can be ultrasound guided, often called echoschlerotherapy, or it can be performed using a transdermal illuminating light. In Light Guided Sclerotherapy, a high-intensity, LED-lit hand piece allows the practitioner to pinpoint and anchor peripheral veins for direct and accurate injecting of the sclerosing solution. Compression hose are highly recommended post-treatment.
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Majority of all Vein Treatments are covered by Health Insurance?