Information about Sclerotherapy – the removal of spider veins
Unsightly varicose veins or spider veins – there is very little that can be done to prevent them from occurring although there is a lot that can be done to make them disappear in a virtually painless manner.
Sclerotherapy is the introduction of a chemical or physical agent into a vein to cause the inside of the vein to be destroyed and allow complete obliteration of the opening. Approximately 85-90% of all vessels can be treated successfully with sclerotherapy. The results of treatment are usually immediately visible with radiowave sclerotherapy and within several weeks for injection sclerotherapy. The size of the area to be treated, number and type of veins, as well as the density of veins are all factors relating to the time for visible results.
Watch this informative 4:56 minute video as Dr. Bartos explains Sclerotherapy – the removal of spider veins
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Dr. David Bartos graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine in 1971 as a doctor of podiatric medicine, ranking first in his senior class. Dr. Bartos believes that with the modern techniques available today, no one should have to suffer from foot problems. All kinds of podiatric disorders can now be treated quickly, with less pain, at a minimal cost to you. When you’re a patient of Dr. Bartos, you and your feet come first. Read Dr. Bartos full bio from his website.
Dr. Bartos has successfully completed 38 years of private practice and has relocated to Florida. Dr. Bartos also specializes in practice of Cosmetic Sclerotherapy – the removal of spider veins. Learn more.