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  • Q. What is sclerotherapy?

    A. Sclerotherapy is a simple injectable procedure to treat mild varicose veins and superficial telangiectasias (“spider veins” and/or "broken capillaries"). The injectable solution is called a sclerosing agent, and it is injected into the veins. The injections the formation of fibrous tissue inside the offending vessel, resulting in gradual fading of the treated vessels over a period of several months. Another option for treating superficial veins is intense pulsed light.

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