The underlying cause must be addressed prior to treating the smaller spider veins. In this patient, Dr. Bush injects foam sclerotherapy into
This patient was treated by Ronald Bush, MD, FACS and Peggy Bush, MSN, ACNS-BC, Water’s Edge Dermatology. Sclerotherapy and micro-surgical techniques
Angiogenesis sometimes occurs after treatment. This is usually an inflammatory reaction from sclerotherapy & thrombosis of the vessel.
Follow-up treatment may include sclerotherapy/laser/ohmic
Usually, 3-5 sessions are needed to treat spider veins.
It really depends on how many you have. In our clinic, we tell
The most common pattern of spider veins is associated with the lateral reticular vein and there is usually a cluster of veins in the mid to superior thigh.
If you google 'venous ulcer treatment,' you will find many different opinions on what is the best treatment for venous ulcers. Your doctor might recommend wound care with compression therapy.
Spider veins are caused by a deeper source and that is why it is important to see a Vein Specialist that evaluates you by using an ultrasound or a light source. In the photo, you will see a reticular vein that is deeper and this is what causes the spider veins. If you don't correct the source, you will not correct the problem.