Who is a good candidate for Thermosclerosis?

Any adult man or woman in good health having spider veins, thread-thin veins, known as “Telangiectasia” who seeks a quick, no downtime procedure is the ideal candidate for the Thermosclerosis procedure.

What areas of the body can be improved by Thermosclerosis?

It is ideal for treating spider veins where they occur even in sensitive areas where other treatments may not be suitable.

Areas that can be treated include:

• Legs

• Arms

• Ankles

• Knees

• Face

How is the procedure performed?

After cleaning the area to be treated, the specialist will use a very thin isolated needle to administer the treatment through the epidermis, without piercing the area. Small vessels are targeted and disappear quickly. Most procedures take approximately 10 to 15 minutes to perfrom and require no bandages after surgery.

Is the procedure painful?

Because the procedure uses Thermosclerosis (a very fine needle), most patients hardly feel any pain during the procedure, although some instances, some report a sensation similar to a small or brief sting.

How is recovery?

Since there is no downtime associated with the procedure, men and women treated with Thermosclerosis can resume normal activities immediately after the procedure. Also, it does not require dressings.

When will I start seeing results?

With Thermosclerosis, you will see results immediately after the session; in fact, you will see small narrow veins begin to actually disappear. The results continue to improve over the next few days after the procedure

What is the long-term outcome?

The treatment of spider veins with the Thermosclerosis system is permanent: once your veins are treated successfully with Thermosclerosis, they will no longer bother you.

What are the risks involved?

There is a small risk of scarring although this is minimal and far less than risk associated with the procedures of other vein procedures.

How many sessions are needed?

While many men and women are treated successfully within a couple (two) sessions, others may require three or four treatments to achieve optimal results.

When can I return to work after the Thermosclerosis?

Most men and women return to work and other normal activities immediately after the procedure.

What are the advantages of Thermosclerosis over other procedures?

Thermosclerosis offers many advantages over other procedures used to treat spider veins and telangiectasias, including:

• Less pain

• No bruising

• No downtime

• You can treat areas like knees, ankles and face

• High security

Thermosclerosis procedure is also faster than comparable treatments.

How much does Thermosclerosis cost?

The cost of treatment will vary depending Thermocoagulation and the extent of the area being treated; however, it generally ranges from $80 to $250 per session.