Is Sclerotherapy on bulging hand veins a permanent remedy? (photo)
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Sclerotherapy of the hand veins is a non reversible treatment to reverse the size and appearance of hand veins. Once the vein is sclerosed it will be shut down forever. This is definitely something to consider for the long term. There are other ways to reduce to appearance of hand veins by using filler agents to comouflage the large bulging veins by "puffing" up the tissue around them.
Hidef microphlebectomy for the hands
I would prefer to perform a selective HIdef microphlebectomy to remove the unwanted veins in your hands.
Is Sclerotherapy on bulging hand veins a permanent remedy?
Hi there. I would not use sclerotherapy to treat your hands for bulging veins. If you need access to these veins for an emergency producer later, this will not be a good thing for you. Instead, what I would do is treat this area with Radiesse or Voluma. This could fill your hands nicely, making your skin look "thicker" and camouflaging the veins. Good luck, Dr. Downie
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hand veins including yours are not often truly vericose. Sclero is likely to be a short term solution. The real issue is loss of fat in the hands. A more Durable option is fillers such as radiesse to restore the hand structure.
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