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Sclerotherapy is nothing new. This therapy for removing spider veins has been around in one form or another since the late 1980s. But the introduction of newer techniques has made it as popular as laser vein treatments.

In sclerotherapy, a special solution known as a sclerosant is injected into unwanted blood vessels (the varicose or spider veins). This causes the inner wall of the vein to collapse, making the vein shrink and eventually fade away. To fully remove the spider vein, it usually requires multiple sessions spaced two to four weeks apart.

Achieving your desired results from sclerotherapy involves thorough preparation on your end. At Lumier Medical, we often instruct patients to prepare for the procedure with the following steps:

Call us at 310-375-9595 today to learn more about sclerotherapy and how it can help improve the appearance of your unsightly varicose and spider veins today!

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