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Sclerotherapy Injections in Morristown, NJ


Sclerotherapy Is a Minimally Invasive Medical Treatment Used to Eliminate Varicose and Spider Veins. The Procedure Involves an Injection Directly Into the Affected Veins, Causing Them to Shrink and Disappear. Immediate Recovery Time.

Advanced Vascular Associates is a leader in offering patients the highest quality of vascular care there is by combining clinical excellence and technological sophistication with a compassionate smile. Our Vascular Surgeons offer sclerotherapy to treat varicose and spider veins. Call us today for your appointment and see what we are all about.

Spider veins and varicose veins may also be effectively treated with injection treatments known as sclerotherapy. This treatment involves the injection of a “sclerosing” (hardening) solution into the affected vein that causes it to seal shut and eventually fade away.

The type and strength of the sclerosing agent used will depend on the size and location of the vein. Smaller spider veins generally respond better to a liquid sclerosant, while larger veins can be treated with a foamed solution that produces more coverage inside larger veins. Treatment of larger veins is typically done in combination with ultrasound, to ensure precision during the procedure.

Sclerotherapy injections are administered in the office, using a very fine needle. Anesthesia is not needed and you may return to normal activities immediately following the procedure. Veins typically begin to fade from view within a few weeks. Most patients have multiple spider veins and benefit from a series of treatments.

Schedule Your Sclerotherapy Injection Appointment

Call Advanced Vascular Associates at (973) 540-9700 to learn more about sclerotherapy injections and other treatment options for varicose and spider veins.

Take your first step to better vascular health.

Advanced Vascular Associates Is serving Morristown, Pompton Plains, Jefferson, Bridgewater, and the surrounding region. Call today to schedule an appointment.