Asclera (polidocanol) Injection Treats:
- uncomplicated reticular veins, which are small varicose veins, at 1 to 3 mm in diameter
- uncomplicated spider veins, which are the smallest varicose veins, at or less than 1 mm in diameter
What Is the Procedure Like?
What Should I Expect After Treatment?
- 2 to 3 days following spider vein treatment
- 5-7 days following reticular vein treatment
- Prolonged sun
- Sitting in one position for long periods, especially on plane flights
- Sauna, hot tub, or hot baths
Avoid Asclera if you:
What Are Varicose Veins?
- Large veins
- Vary in color from blue to dark purple
- Protrude or bulge out of the skin
- Most often found on the legs
What Are Spider Veins?
- Very small and fine veins
- Can be blue or red
- Do not bulge like varicose veins do
- May resemble a thin line, a tree, or a spider web
- Appear on face or legs
- Can be small or large in area
What Are Reticular Veins?
- Also called feeder veins
- Can appear blue or green
- Beneath the skin surface, not bulging
- Grow larger due to increased pressure
- Can occur in people who also have spider veins
What Causes Spider and Reticular Veins?
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