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Doctors are lying to you when they say varicose veins is just something cosmetic.

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Varicose veins are a sign of an important vascular insufficiency and compromise. Like arterial hypertension and dental cavities, the insidious nature of chronic venous hypertension is progressively destructive and should be treated before pain and other more serious symptoms occur.

 

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Visible Veins – Fair Complexion or Vein Disease?

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Have you begun to notice veins becoming more visible below the surface on your face? They might have been fine pink or red lines at first but have become darker over the last few years. You might have Telangiectasias, more commonly known as spider veins. They are small broken or widened blood vessels that appear individually or in small groups near the surface of the skin. While they are more common on the arms, chest, back, and legs, they can also appear on the face, particularly on the cheeks and nose.

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What Is IPL or Surface Laser? Video.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a treatment for spider veins that is used as an alternative to more conventional treatment methods like laser treatment. IPL is used primarily for surface veins and requires no downtime. Our sclerotherapist specialist, Nurse Julie Ninow explains more in this video:

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Getting Sclerotherapy After Your Laser Vein Treatment.

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So, you have had your laser treatment, what’s next? Most patients, about 90% or more, need adjunctive treatment after their laser procedure(s).  Typically, this treatment is Ultrasound Guided Therapeutic Sclerotherapy (USTST). About a month after your laser treatment our ultrasound tech will do a thorough exam, mapping any indwelling veins that are not functioning properly and still remain after the laser procedure. The preferred treatment to eliminate these veins is USTST.

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Why Treating Your Varicose Veins Should be Part of Your New Years Resolution.

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It has arrived - the year 2017 - and yes, if you are embracing this year with a sense of accomplishment ahead your mind is in the right place. Like many after the holidays and new year, the beginning of another year is a great place to finally follow through on some of those long awaited “get fit, get healthy, get in shape…” plans.

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