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Shaft Medical San Diego now offers micro needle sclerotherapy to treat scary “spider” veins.
Date:12/16/2012

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2012

Shaft Medical San Diego, the area’s leading aesthetic medicine practice providing the full range of advanced cosmetic procedures, now offers the most current FDA-approved therapy for the treatment of spider and uncomplicated varicose veins.

Micro needle sclerotherapy with Asclera (polidocanol) is the most current FDA-approved therapy for the safe and effective treatment of uncomplicated spider and varicose veins of the legs.

Sclerotherapy has been used for the past 60 years and involves the injection of small amounts of a solution into the veins in attempt to cause them to close. Prior solutions, or sclerosants, were associated with various side effects including itching, pain, bruising, hyperpigmentation, and even small ulcerations. Shaft Medical San Diego now offers a new option, FDA-approved Asclera, which is injected with very thin micro needles. Micro needle sclerotherapy San Diego and La Jolla offers minimal discomfort and typically provides a pleasing outcome with results in as little as 3-4 weeks.

Once the sclerosant is injected, the cells lining the vein's wall will become irritated, inflamed, and damaged. Over time, the damaged vein will be broken down and absorbed by the body. On average, the treated areas will clear in about 1-2 months.

A typical treatment session takes about 30 minutes and multiple injections are normally required. The number of treatments varies from patient to patient
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