Would sclerotheraphy or laser treatment be the best option for my spider veins behind knee and thighs? (Photo)
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Spider veins are treatable
Yes sclerotherapy is a great option to help clear these unsightly veins. I would recommend a ultrasound venous mapping to rule out and larger vein issues before any Sclerotherapy. Sclerotherapy done on these veins before treating larger vein issues can lead to worse looking veins including "matting" over the next couple of years. I would also advise you to have this all done prior to getting pregnant.
Spider and reticular treatment .
Sclerotherapy for leg veins
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for these spider vein. I feel the better and more durable results would come from sclerotherapy I think laser you be fine but these are large enough I am not convinced on the durability
Injection Sclerotherapy is Gold Standard for Leg Spider Veins
Spider veins are like weeds...they have roots. So, surface laser treatments are not too effective. Injection Sclerotherapy is the Gold standard and addresses the root veins. We prefer foam sclerotherapy for spider veins and have the only 100% satisfaction guarantee in the USA.
I believe sclerotherapy would be a better option to treat the veins you are demonstrating in the photo. Sclerotherapy works very well for veins of this size and is not painful. Remember to avoid high impact exercises such as running and heavy lifting for a week or so after the sclerotherapy. I also recommend wearing compression stockings for 5-7 days after sclerotherapy to get maximum results.
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