Spider veins can really crimp your style. They make you self-conscious when you look down and see those twisting lines crawling across your skin. The last thing you want to do is wear anything that will show off your legs when you suffer from problematic veins. If you have had enough of bothersome veins that make you want to hide them all the time, consider a minimally-invasive therapy that can finally make them fade away from sight. Asclera vein therapy could be the answer for you, allowing you to say goodbye to problematic veins once and for all.
Asclera Vein Therapy Can Help You
Spider veins are due to faulty valves in your veins. As the blood flows back toward your heart, valves in your veins are supposed to close, ensuring your blood moves in the proper direction. When those valves aren’t working properly, there is a backflow of blood. It pools in your veins and makes them start to bulge.
When the problem is minor, it is mainly an eyesore. However, it can become severe. You want to nip the problem in the bud before they become serious. Aclera is a type of medication that can be injected into your spider or reticular veins to eliminate the problem.
How Does Asclera Vein Therapy Work?
Asclera is used for a procedure known as sclerotherapy. Our doctor will pinpoint veins that need to be treated before preparing an injection of Asclera. Asclera is then injected into your problematic veins. It acts as an irritant, affecting the cells that create the lining of your veins. Eventually, a tiny clot will form in the vein, the vein will collapse and it will be absorbed by the body as your blood finds other pathways to travel.
Why Choose Asclera Vein Therapy?
With Asclera, you won’t need to worry about anesthesia, surgery or a lengthy recovery. You might feel mild discomfort during the time of injection. Otherwise, you won’t have to deal with downtime. You will be able to return to your normal activities.
Compression garments or stockings are recommended for three to seven days, depending on the severity of your problematic veins. In some cases, you may need to wear them for an extended period of time to promote better circulation in your legs. Walking is advised on a daily basis following your procedure for optimal results.
Talk to Our Doctor About Asclera Vein Therapy
Make an appointment with our doctor at YouthFill MD in Los Angeles to learn more about Asclera vein therapy. When you’ve had enough of those troublesome veins, this treatment can work for you. Contact us today to schedule your consultation to learn more.