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    Proven Results

    At Dermapure, our team of experienced physicians is dedicated to providing world-class care and expertise in aesthetic medicine. Focusing on enhancing natural beauty, we prioritize treatments that deliver subtle yet impactful results tailored to each individual’s unique needs.

    While sclerotherapy can significantly improve varicose vein concerns, it’s important to note that outcomes can vary depending on the patient. All images shown are for reference only and do not guarantee specific results.


    Treatment & technology

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    Sclerotherapy is a non-invasive procedure that involves injecting saline or chemical solution into the varicose veins. This causes the vein to close or collapse and the vein is eventually broken down and discarded by the body. The blood then circulates only in the other, non-varicose veins. It remains the “gold standard” in treatment of visible diseased veins. This method is effective for treatment of spider veins and well as larger, distended veins. In most cases, regular activity may be resumed immediately, although it is recommended to wear compression stockings for 1 week after each treatment.

    Before beginning any sclerotherapy treatment, an appointment with one of our specialists* is required. This initial meeting will allow them to precisely identify the veins to be treated and to establish a safe and effective treatment plan for long-term results.

    *Please note that, as with any medical consultation, fees for this appointment apply.

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    Treatable areas

    Varicose veins on the legs, ankles and feet can be treated with sclerotherapy.

    What to Expect

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    Personalized assessment

    During your consultation, ultrasound is used to map the veins and discover the source of pressure causing the varicose veins. Often the source of the spider or varicose veins are too deep to see with the naked eye. This consultation stage allows for the development of a safe, accurate and effective treatment plan for lasting results. As with any medical consultation, current fees apply.

    Pre-treatment photos

    Before and after photos are an important step in the treatment process, as it allows for visualization of the evolution of your results over time.

    Sclerotherapy treatment

    Lasting 20 minutes, sclerotherapy treatment may give rise to a slight tingling or a feeling of heat during the session. This sensation disappears quickly after treatment. As the treatment involves injection into the veins, naturally some bruising should be anticipated. Bruising due to any cause on the legs generally resolves over 3 weeks, and patients should refrain from unprotected sun exposure until the bruises clear.

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    Cost of treatment

    Starting at $200

    *Consultation fee with a physician may apply.

    Follow-up and maintenance

    At your initial consultation, the physician will determine how many treatments are required per leg.

    The number of sclerotherapy treatments necessary depends on the extent of the vein disease and we are limited to the quantity of medication per visit. Closure of the affected veins can be visible within several days however treated veins tend to fade within a few weeks to several months.

    Support stockings are recommended to promote healthy circulation in the lower limbs and prevent and minimize recurrence. Patients can return to most usual activities post treatment.


    Sclerotherapy is contraindicated in pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as a known allergy to the sclerotic agent used. Special consideration is required in people with medical conditions that make them more vulnerable such as hypercoagulability (blood clotting), a history of a deep venous thrombosis or pulmonary embolism.

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