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Sclerotherapy is a safe and low-side-effect method for obliteration of diseased veins. The minimally invasive procedure takes place on an outpatient basis and does without cuts and scars. In principle, all forms of varicose veins can be treated, both superficial spider veins and deep-seated varicose veins. Depending on the findings, either a liquid or a foam sclerosant is used. In addition, sclerotherapy is often used in combination with catheter procedures such as radio wave or endolaser therapy or in addition to mini-pectomy.
Spider veins occur in about 70% of the population. Although these fine webs of visible veins on the skin surface usually cause no discomfort, however, they are often perceived as aesthetically disturbing. Spider veins can often be removed or significantly reduced by micro sclerotherapy or liquid sclerotherapy.
Smaller varicose veins can also be treated with liquid sclerotherapy, provided no upstream larger vessels are defective. From a certain varicose vein size, the use of liquid sclerosing agent is no longer sufficient. Alternatively, a mini-pectomy, possibly in combination with sclerotherapy, may provide good esthetic results.
Sclerotherapy is a low-pain, minimally invasive procedure. The puncturing of the veins is done with very small needles or Braunülen, similar to a blood sample. Local anesthesia or even anesthesia or sedation is not necessary. If you are extremely sensitive to pain or are afraid, contact us. Together we will find a solution.
Larger or deeper branches of the varicose veins, which can not be easily reached by a mini-pectomy, can be closed with the ultrasound-controlled foam sclerotherapy. Often, we combine both sclerotherapy procedures to achieve optimal results.
Also so-called perforator varices on the connecting veins can be closed with an ultrasound-controlled Schaumsklerosierung.
Even trunk varices and recurrences in the trunk vein area can be treated with ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy in appropriate cases. In practice, however, the thermal sealing methods such as radio wave or Endolasertherapie are often preferred because this even better results can be achieved.
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|Foam sclerotherapy||from €2,500|