Sclerotherapy
Clinic in NYC

Non-Surgical and Minimally-Invasive Treatment for Varicose Veins and Spider Veins in NYC
Outpatient Procedure with Minimal Downtime
Leading expert providers of Sclerotherapy in New York

Highly
Certified
& Experienced Specialists

Advanced Venous Ultrasound Scan Technology
Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS)
Registered Phlebology Sonographer (RPhS)
Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT)
Peripheral IV Therapy Certified
Cosmetic Sclerotherapy Certified

Industry Leading
Lifechanging
Treatment

Alleviates Pain and Discomfort of Varicose Veins
Improves the Appearance of Unsightly Veins
No General Anesthesia Required
Impeccable Safety Record

Book a Sclerotherapy consultation with one of our vein specialists for a full assessment and treatment recommendations.

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As a new patient you will receive a Free No-Obligation Comprehensive Sclerotherapy Consultation with the top vein specialists in New York City, in order to determine the best treatment for YOU.

We also offer Care Credit & Med Loan Financing which provide a convenient and flexible way to pay for your aesthetics procedures.

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What Are Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted veins that occur most frequently on the legs but they can be found in other areas as well. They are often indicative of an underlying health condition called venous insufficiency and tend to occur more frequently with age, obesity and pregnancy.

Healthy veins propel the blood towards the heart with the assistance of one way valves, which open and close to allow normal blood flow. When the veins become diseased or damaged, the valves become impaired and stop functioning properly. Varicose veins form and become problematic when blood flows in the wrong direction or pools in the vein.

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Varicose Vein Symptoms

Areas of the body that can be affected by varicose veins

Varicose veins typically affect the legs, but may affect other areas of the body as well.

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Common causes of varicose veins

Why Choose Sclerotherapy?

Sclerotherapy is the varicose vein treatment with the highest degree of safety, efficacy and consistency. It permanently and comfortably removes unsightly, bulging veins, giving the skin a smoother, more youthful appearance. 

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Removes Bluish Veins

Sclerotherapy is performed for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance of varicose and spider veins. 

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Excellent Safety Record

Method preferred by physicians for treating both cosmetic and medical cases of vein disease.

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Quick In-Office Treatment

Procedure lasts between 15-60 minutes and patients can resume their normal activities almost immediately.

LIMITED TIME OFFER!

Book a FREE One-On-One Consultation

As a new patient you will receive a Free No-Obligation Comprehensive Sclerotherapy Consultation with the top vein specialists in New York City, in order to determine the best treatment for YOU.

We also offer Care Credit & Med Loan Financing which provide a convenient and flexible way to pay for your aesthetics procedures.

Sclerotherapy Explained

Doctors have been using Sclerotherapy in medical applications since the 1920s. It’s a safe and highly effective out-patient procedure that’s performed without any anesthesia.The treatment involves injecting a pharmaceutical solution into the diseased vein, causing irritation to the vein walls, leading to its eventual swelling and collapse.

As the body heals, it reroutes blood flow to other normally functioning veins while the treated vein disappears within a few weeks. Patients can expect improvement in the vein’s appearance as well as symptoms such as pain, swelling, itching and burning.

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Sclerotherapy Side-Effects

Side-effects are only temporary and may include the following:

Other rare side-effects can develop after sclerotherapy. If you have any of these please contact your physician immediately:

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Do Varicose Veins Require Treatment?

In most cases varicose veins are harmless and patients simply don’t like the way they look. Occasionally, they can cause more serious problems. Many patients don’t realise that those bluish veins can be indicative of an underlying health problem. Untreated varicose veins can lead to complications such as blog clots in legs and other parts of the body, discolored or ulcerated skin, swelling and hardening of the skin in the affected area.

For this reason, a proper diagnosis and treatment symptoms by an experienced physician in a timely manner can prevent serious problems in the future.

FAQ’s

What are varicose veins?

Varicose veins are abnormally enlarged and bulging veins visible on the surface of your skin which can appear blue or purple, twisted or gnarled.

How can I get rid of spider veins or varicose veins?

Sclerotherapy, also known as micro-sclerotherapy, is a safe procedure in which a solution (sclerosing agent) is injected into affected veins using extremely fine needles. This causes the veins to permanently close. The number of treatments needed varies from patient to patient, depending on the extent of the problem.

What causes varicose veins?

Varicose veins occur when the one-way valves that move blood back towards the heart become faulty, allowing blood to flow backward, reflux or pool in the veins. The pressure exerted by the excess blood causes the veins to take on a bluish, enlarged, twisted appearance.

What is deep vein thrombosis?

Deep vein thrombosis are blood clots that can form deep in the legs. They can become dangerous if they travel to other parts of the body, such as the lungs, affecting blood circulation to the area. Deep vein thrombosis is associated with another related veins condition called chronic venous insufficiency CVI.

How can I prevent spider veins or varicose veins?

There’s no way to completely prevent varicose veins. Improving your circulation and muscle tone through regular exercise and healthy lifestyle may reduce your risk of developing varicose veins or getting additional ones.

What kind of doctor treats varicose veins?

Specialists may include family practitioners, internists, dermatologists, radiologists, cardiologists, general and vascular surgeons.

How can I manage varicose veins if I don’t need treatment?

Special compression garments can help you improve blood flow in your legs. It’s also recommended to stay active, keep your weight within a healthy range, take frequent breaks if your profession requires standing or sitting for prolonged periods of time. Also avoid wearing tight clothing such as constrictive socks and high heels. Elevate your legs if you feel pain or discomfort.

What are sclerotherapy side-effects?

Side-effects are only temporary and may include the following:

  • Raised, red areas may appear at the injection site and should fade within a few days
  • Bruising may occur around the injection site and can last several days or weeks.
  • Temporary tiny blood vessels may develop in the treated area. This is called revascularization, “flares,” “mats,” or “blushing.” These may appear days or weeks after the procedure but should disappear within a few months without requiring further treatment.
  • Brown lines or spots on the skin may be seen at the site of the injection, possibly caused by a form of iron that escapes from the blood into the injected veins. In most cases, the spots disappear within 3 to 6 months however, approximately 5% of the time they can become permanent.
  • Larger veins may become lumpy or hard for several months before getting better.
  • Allergic reactions to the sclerosing agent may occur at the time of the injection and are rarely serious. Symptoms include itching and swelling.

 

Other rare side-effects can develop after sclerotherapy. If you have any of these please contact your physician immediately:

  • Inflammation (swelling) within five inches of the groin
  • Sudden appearance of a swollen leg 
  • Formation of small ulcers at the injection site 
  • Red streaking, especially in the groin area