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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.  

VeinGogh

4/20/18 Share your VeinGogh Experience   4/20/18 We use VG and have no issues. We probably use our VG here in FL 2-3 times a day with our sclero txs. We use this device on small red veins on the face. Tips: Use ice on the face Use tumescent or ice on the legs Do […]

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 […]

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Aneurysm Formation of intradermal Telangiectasia

    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 […]

VeinGogh For Small Red Veins

  This patient was treated with Sotradecol 0.1% liquid and then the small red veins get treated with VeinGogh. Pretreat area with alcohol, then dermaka cream. Using dermaka cream will minimize the puckering and promote healing. Ballet needle for the smaller red facial veins, especially around the nose. 15-20% power 0.3 pulses/0.3 pulses Bristle needle for […]

Treating Spider Veins in Fitzpatrick 5 & 6 Patients

Some of the most difficult superficial veins to treat are those dilated telangiectasia especially in patients that are Fitzpatrick Type V & VI. In these patients, a combination of techniques is used including sclerotherapy and micro-surgical techniques. All of these veins are treated with micro-incisions after sclerotherapy. This greatly prevents staining. You can learn more […]

Treating Angiogenesis

This patient presents with angiogenesis 3 months after sclerotherapy. The reticular feeding vein was injected with foam. The spider veins were treated with Sotradecol 0.1% ½ NS. Tumescent was injected subdermally under the entire complex. The final image show half of the complex is still untreated while the top half has had micro-phlebectomies to remove […]