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What is Asclera (Polidocanol), And How Does It Work on Varicose Veins?

If you suffer from unsightly and painful varicose veins, then you’re probably wondering what type of treatment options you have. Something to consider is Asclera (Polidocanol). Asclera is a prescription medicine that is injected into your veins via a procedure called sclerotherapy. This can be used to treat two different kinds of veins, very small spider veins and small varicose or Continue reading

What Treatments Can Assist With My Leg Veins?

Shorts might not be what many Texans think about wearing in the middle of the holiday season, but it might be the best time to start thinking about getting your legs ready for summer. “Many people have reservations about showing their legs because of visible and prominent veins,” says Dr. Adam Mamelak, a board certified Dermatologist at Sanova Dermatology. If Continue reading

Top 7 Winter Skin Tips!

The Texas weather is ever-fluctuating, and during these times it is important to think of your skin. If you start to notice your skin beginning to flake and crack, it may be time to make a plan of action on how to keep your skin in the best condition you can during these wintery times! We want to share a Continue reading

How is Asclera used for the treatment of Spider Veins on the Legs?

Spider veins are dilated broken blood vessels that most typically appear on the lower legs over time. There are a number of reasons why spider veins develop, and thankfully, a number of treatments available. Sclerotherapy is one of the oldest and tried-tested ways for treated unwanted superficial blood vessels on the legs. Sclerotherapy involves injecting a specialized solution (“sclerosant”) into Continue reading

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