This is an injection that states it works better than current saline treatments. Three sessions are the norm for most with a 50 to 60 percent improvement. A very tiny needle is used to inject the chemical into each vein.
The drug is called Asclera and you can read more a the website. BD
DALLAS (KXAS/NBC) - Doctors have said spider veins can be a combo of genetics, pregnancy, using birth control pills, and standing for hours on end, but just in time for summer, the FDA has approved a cure.
"It is hereditary and I got them from both of the times that I had my children, two daughters,'" Marty Arnold said.
Arnold is trying Asclera, a new chemical injectable that destroys the lining of the cells.
Dermatologists like Dr. Ken Aftergut said it's much more advanced than the old saline treatments.
FDA approves new spider vein treatment - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana
I am 18 years old and i have had many spider veins on my legs since i was a small kid, i can't think of a time where i remember not having them. I've been searching for years for a non-surgical solution to my problem but nothing sounds legitiment.ReplyDelete
Telangiectasia treatments are designed to help eliminate or reduce the existing veins. This can improve the appearance of the patient and helps reduce sensations of pain and patient discomfort.ReplyDelete