Are you sick of putting up with your spider or varicose veins? Concealing your varicose and bulging leg veins? Vein stripping surgery is a viable option for getting rid of those damaged veins. But do you fear getting surgery? Or is there a medical issue that prevents you from having surgery? Getting sclerotherapy treatments Boise can be the answer to your problems.
Sclerotherapy: What is it?
A minimally invasive process called sclerotherapy can eliminate damaged, unattractive veins. A sclerosing solution, the concentration of which changes depending on the size of the varicose veins being treated, is injected into the damaged veins during the treatment.
The sclerosing agent aids in the formation of clots that close off the injured veins. This promotes the formation of new veins and forces blood to reroute to healthier veins. Over time, the body gradually absorbs the collapsed veins, eradicating their appearance.
Do you qualify for sclerotherapy?
Our medical professionals can determine if you are a good candidate by carefully reviewing your medical history and having you undergo a physical checkup. Here are a few indicators to help you decide if a minimally invasive procedure is right for you.
These veins, which are primarily aesthetic in nature, appear as a collection of reddish lines that branch out and frequently resemble spider webs. They might not damage you, but they could still be an eyesore. However, they could damage your confidence, mainly if you are out in the bright, sunny weather.
The symptoms of spider and tiny varicose veins, such as burning, hurting, and cramping, can be relieved by sclerotherapy.
Hoping to avoid anesthesia?
Both anesthesias during the treatment and post-procedure pain medication are not necessary for the patients. Sclerotherapy, therefore, does not require much aftercare. However, you must ensure that any redness or bruising goes away as expected with time.
Do you favor avoiding surgery?
Are you apprehensive about getting surgery? The fact that sclerotherapy is an outpatient operation and does not require surgery is its main benefit. Because there are no significant cuts or stitches, there are extremely few procedural problems.
Would you desire a quick recovery period following the procedure?
Sclerotherapy is a reasonably short procedure. Sclerotherapy sessions last between 30 and 45 minutes, and between 50 and 80 percent of the injected veins are removed. Once the operation is over, patients usually resume their regular activities. Are you aware of those bulging veins? With sclerotherapy, you might not need to hide them anymore.