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Welcome to the Vein-Treatment.com Local Pages. Here you will find local information about Varicose Vein Specialist in Las Vegas, NV and products that may be of interest to you. In addition to a number of relevant products you can purchase from us online, we have also compiled a list of businesses and services around Las Vegas, including Vascular Specialists, Cosmetic Surgery, and Dermatologists that should help with your search in Las Vegas. We hope this page satisfies your local needs. Before you take a look at the local resources, please browse through our competitively priced products that you can order from the comfort of your own home. Read More...
When choosing a spider vein treatment, it is important to visit a comprehensive vein specialist who can assess the extent of your vein disease. The most common spider vein treatments are sclerotherapy and to a lesser extent, surface (non-surgical) laser treatment. Sclerotherapy involves the injection (directly into the spider vein) of a chemical solution that will close the offending vein, causing it to disintegrate. If underlying venous disease is present, other vein treatment methods may need to be employed. Read More...
Sclerotherapy is a very common spider vein treatment and can be used to treat smaller varicose veins. It is generally used to treat spider veins visible to the naked eye (visual sclerotherapy), but can also be used to treat veins just under the surface and out of sight (ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy). Sclerotherapy for varicose veins and spider veins involves the injection of a chemical solution directly into the vein which irritates the vein wall, causing it to spasm and close down permanently. Read More...
Medical compression stockings are used to support the venous system in the legs. They offer graduated compression, which means the pressure they apply at the ankle is greater than at the thigh, and decreases gradually as you move upwards. This graduation acts to squeeze fluids (blood and lymph) up and out of the legs. Read More...

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