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Spiders Veins of the Foot That are Difficult to Clear

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.

Dilated Temporal Veins After Facial Plastic Surgery

Dilated facial veins commonly occur after facial plastic procedures. Most commonly of these is from forehead lifts and are the result of increased drainage through the scalp veins. Foam sclerotherapy is 100% effective using the correct techniques. Find out more at the Aesthetic Vein Conference, West Palm Beach Marriott Hotel, April 27l, 2019, or you […]

A Guide to Treating Facial Veins by Ronald Bush, MD, FACS & Peggy Bush, APRN

A ‘NEW’ one of a kind book illustrating the safe treatment for all facial veins using anatomical principles, available next week at CVC Arterial & Venous Endovascular Conference, Radisson Blu Aqua, Chicago, IL, July 11-13, 2018, and online with exact sites to be announced soon!            

Treating Large Dilated Spider Veins

Find out what techniques are used to obtain results like this 15 minutes post procedure!     Conferences Aesthetic VEIN CONFERENCE April 14, 2018 October 13, 2018 The only conference that focuses on cosmetic venous treatment.    Ronald Bush, MD, FACS – Course Director         Describing Cutaneous Venous Hypertension from Spider Veins to […]

Flushing – Important Adjunct for #Sclerotherapy

The technique of flushing the spider vein complex after sclerotherapy gives you better results and quicker resolution. The patient will have redness and bruising. Using dermaka cream will minimize the sequelae         Attend one of our conferences! Aesthetic Vein Conference April 14, 2018 October 13, 2018 The only conference that focuses on […]