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VEIN SERVICES

Dawn Naylor BS, RN, MSN, ACNP, CANS

discusses laser vein treatment

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure whereby a chemical, the sclerosant, is injected into a vein to entirely obliterate it. The sclerosant damages the innermost lining of the vessel (the endothelium), resulting in a clot that blocks the blood circulation in the vein beyond.

Who is a good candidate for sclerotherapy?

Those with venous insufficiency who have disease that is poorly controlled with compression stockings and who are not obese are ideal candidates for sclerotherapy. To determine if sclerotherapy obliteration is likely to be of benefit, the site of the defective vein is identified as well as the venous drainage pattern. Healthy people who complain of unsightly superficial veins of small caliber (4 mm or less) are also candidates for sclerotherapy. Our medical providers will do a thorough physical exam and medical history with CEAP classification (C-classification,E-etiology,A-Anatomy,P-Pathophysiology).

Stages of Development of Varicose Veins

Process of Sclerotherapy

Laser Vein Treatment

Noticeable veins on your face and legs can be a source of anxiety and embarrassment.  With just a few quick and gentle laser treatments, these veins can virtually vanish from sight.  Our  state of the art laser is specifically designed to match individual skin types so all skin colors can be treated safely and effectively.

Depending on the types of veins stages and location(s), we may recommend sclerotherapy or a combination of laser and sclerotherapy.

Laser Vein Treatment

Noticeable veins on your face and legs can be a source of anxiety and embarrassment.  With just a few quick and gentle laser treatments, these veins can virtually vanish from sight.  Our  state of the art laser is specifically designed to match individual skin types so all skin colors can be treated safely and effectively.

Depending on the types of veins stages and location(s), we may recommend sclerotherapy or a combination of laser and sclerotherapy.

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure whereby a chemical, the sclerosant, is injected into a vein to entirely obliterate it. The sclerosant damages the innermost lining of the vessel (the endothelium), resulting in a clot that blocks the blood circulation in the vein beyond.

Stages of Development of Varicose Veins

Process of Sclerotherapy

Who is a good candidate for sclerotherapy?

Those with venous insufficiency who have disease that is poorly controlled with compression stockings and who are not obese are ideal candidates for sclerotherapy. To determine if sclerotherapy obliteration is likely to be of benefit, the site of the defective vein is identified as well as the venous drainage pattern. Healthy people who complain of unsightly superficial veins of small caliber (4 mm or less) are also candidates for sclerotherapy. Our medical providers will do a thorough physical exam and medical history with CEAP classification (C-classification,E-etiology,A-Anatomy,P-Pathophysiology).

Dawn Naylor BS, RN, MSN, ACNP, CANS

discusses laser vein treatment

VEIN SERVICES

VEIN SERVICES

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure whereby a chemical, the sclerosant, is injected into a vein to entirely obliterate it. The sclerosant damages the innermost lining of the vessel (the endothelium), resulting in a clot that blocks the blood circulation in the vein beyond.​

Stages of Development of Varicose Veins

Process of Sclerotherapy

Laser Vein Treatment

Noticeable veins on your face and legs can be a source of anxiety and embarrassment.  With just a few quick and gentle laser treatments, these veins can virtually vanish from sight.  Our  state of the art laser is specifically designed to match individual skin types so all skin colors can be treated safely and effectively.

Depending on the types of veins stages and location(s), we may recommend sclerotherapy or a combination of laser and sclerotherapy.

Dawn Naylor BS, RN, MSN, ACNP, CANS

discusses laser vein treatment

Who is a good candidate for sclerotherapy?

Those with venous insufficiency who have disease that is poorly controlled with compression stockings and who are not obese are ideal candidates for sclerotherapy. To determine if sclerotherapy obliteration is likely to be of benefit, the site of the defective vein is identified as well as the venous drainage pattern. Healthy people who complain of unsightly superficial veins of small caliber (4 mm or less) are also candidates for sclerotherapy. Our medical providers will do a thorough physical exam and medical history with CEAP classification (C-classification, E-etiology, A-Anatomy,P-Pathophysiology).

Who is a good candidate for sclerotherapy?

Those with venous insufficiency who have disease that is poorly controlled with compression stockings and who are not obese are ideal candidates for sclerotherapy. To determine if sclerotherapy obliteration is likely to be of benefit, the site of the defective vein is identified as well as the venous drainage pattern. Healthy people who complain of unsightly superficial veins of small caliber (4 mm or less) are also candidates for sclerotherapy. Our medical providers will do a thorough physical exam and medical history with CEAP classification (C-classification,E-etiology,A-Anatomy,P-Pathophysiology).

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