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Smooth Legs after sclerotherapy


Four Things to know


What is Sclerotherapy?

Sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive medical procedure used to treat spider veins and varicose veins. During the procedure, a sclerosing agent is injected directly into the affected veins, causing them to collapse and eventually fade away. The blood flow from treated veins is redirected to deeper, healthier veins. It is a highly effective treatment for improving the appearance of visible veins on the legs.



Sclerotherapy offers numerous benefits for individuals seeking to address spider veins and varicose veins. The benefits include:

-Improved appearance: Helps to diminish the appearance of unsightly veins, leading to smoother and clearer skin

-Increased Confidence: By reducing visible veins, sclerotherapy can boost self-esteem and confidence in one's appearance. 

-Relief from discomfort: Alleviate common symptoms associated such as pain, swelling and discomfort.


Our Approach

At Bohème Aesthetics, we specialize in sclerotherapy and are dedicated to providing exceptional care and results for our clients. Our nurse practitioner spent years working exclusively in a vein and vascular clinic and has extensive experience providing sclerotherapy to achieve optimal outcomes. We take a personalized approach to each client's treatment, carefully assessing your unique needs and goals to develop a customized plan that delivers the best possible results. 


What to Expect

Before undergoing sclerotherapy, you will have a consultation with our board certified clinician to discuss concerns, medical history, and treatment goals. During the procedure, a sclerosing agent will be injected into the targeted veins using a fine needle. The treatment is typically well-tolerated and does not require anesthesia. Afterward, you may experience mild discomfort, bruising or swelling, but these side effects are temporary and usually subside within a few days. Results are gradual, with visible improvement in vein appearance over several weeks to months following treatment.

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