The image on the left is a patient with GSV insufficiency and will respond well to sclerotherapy. The patient on the right has no venous insufficiency and responds poorly to sclerotherapy. At the Aesthetic Vein Conference, we will share technique that we have found successful for the treatment of generalized essential telangiectasia.
Some patients will have large amounts of hemosiderin deposition unless specialized techniques are done at treatment to prevent re-filling and clotting. However, if staining does occur, we use heat and micro-surgical techniques to remove staining.
October 13, 2018 – West Palm Beach, Florida – Marriott Hotel! At the Aesthetic Vein Conference, learn about the ideal sclerosant concentrations for foam based on extensive histological studies. Presented nowhere else. “Thank you so much for your seminar on vein treatment. I learned more in 8 hours with you than I have […]
Sclerotherapy as the only modality, will not produce these results in one treatment. Find out how to effectively treat spider veins & so much more. Few spots remaining for our conference, April 14, 2018, West Palm Beach, FL! Aesthetic Vein Conference
This large dilated spider complex is in actuality aneurysmal dilation on of spider veins intradermally. These spider veins are extremely difficult to treat due to the large amount of blood volume and the numerous vessels in close proximity to each other. I elected to resect this cluster of varices. Histology samples were obtained […]
Patient had been treated 9 months by a podiatrist in a wound clinic. Dr. Bush injected foam sclerotherapy of the distal SSV and percutaneous injection of foam into vessels of the ulcer bed.
All veins of the face are connected. Knowing the anatomy allows for safe treatment. We never use a laser for these dilated 2-3 mm veins, since multiple treatments may be necessary and the failure rate is high. Foam sclerotherapy is usually a one-time treatment. % of concentration depends on vessel size but, Sotradecol 0.5% or […]