What Is Sclerotherapy?If you suffer from blue, red or purple veins on your legs, arms or face, these veins can be safely treated using sclerotherapy. In a quick and simple procedure, a solution is injected directly into the varicose or spider veins using a very thin needle, causing the vein to collapse. A single session may take no more than 30 minutes, depending on the number of veins being treated and the treatment area. However, multiple sessions are required. Patients typically see full results within a few weeks.
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Schedule Your Sclerotherapy with Beer DermatologyThe dedicated team at Beer Dermatology can help you achieve clear, vein-free skin in a matter of minutes. To learn more about sclerotherapy and whether you are a viable candidate, please contact Beer Dermatology to schedule a consultation. Call us today at (561) 600-4848 (West Palm Beach) or (561) 430-2767 (Jupiter).
Sclerotherapy treatment at Beer Dermatology
What is sclerotherapy?
Sclerotherapy is a procedure for the improvement of spider veins on the legs.
We use a product called asclera polidocanol which is extremely effective for the treatment of spider veins on the legs.
What are the benefits?
The benefit of sclerotherapy is the improvement of the appearance of the spider veins on the legs.
What to expect?
Sclerotherapy will take around 20 minutes and is delivered via a tiny needle.
The treated areas on the legs will be wrapped with Cobian wrap.
We recommend avoiding flying for 48 hours and leaving the wrapping on for 24 hours.
Multiple treatments are needed and are scheduled one month apart. Patients can expect up to three weeks of bruising and redness following the treatment.
We recommend several treatments, usually a package of three treatments scheduled a month apart.
Angie D. I’ve been a patient of Dr Beer for over 10 years. His entire staff are all wonderful, professional and caring. I highly recommend Dr Beer for all your Dermatology needs!!
Dr. Kerry Fike is a board-certified dermatologist and Harvard-trained physician. She has advanced dermatologic surgery training and active memberships in many dermatologic associations such as The American College of Mohs Surgery and specializes in non-melanoma skin cancer treatment using Mohs micrographic surgery.