It’s certainly winter coat weather now in New York City, but in a few short months the sunshine and warm weather will arrive, bringing with it flirty spring fashion, skirts, and shorts! Most women look forward to spring and summer with eager anticipation, but for those ladies with unsightly spider veins on their legs, putting on a sundress is the last thing they want to do.
What can women do about their spider veins other than hide their figure in pants all year long? At Anand Medical Spa, we currently offer sclerotherapy for patients with spider veins and reticular veins. Spider veins can form due to genetic predisposition and pressure resulting from pregnancy, obesity, or long periods of sitting or standing; the best and only way remove and reduce spider veins is professional sclerotherapy.
This form of spider vein removal utilizes tiny needles to inject sclerosing agents into the body that will dissolve, collapse, and fade the tell-tale signs of spider veins. A spider vein removal treatment only Anand Medical Spa takes only 30 to 60 minutes and is relatively painless.
The winter is the absolute best time of year to seek sclerotherapy as patients must wear compression stockings for two weeks after a treatment to attain the best results. The side effects of sclerotherapy are mild and temporary, generally limited to short-time swelling, redness, and bruising which is rare.
Prepare your skin for summer and enjoy legs that are dramatically healthier-looking and youthful with professional spider vein removal in NYC at Anand Medical Spa. Patients can learn more about the benefits and treatment process of sclerotherapy by emailing us at email@example.com and scheduling a complimentary consultation!
About the Author:Dr. Sunanda Chugh is the Founder and Medical Director of Anand Medical Spa and has been practicing in NYC since 2004. She is a graduate of Cornell University and has completed her training at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital/Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Chugh has worked and trained with top Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists in NYC. Her special interest on the effect of the aging process on the face and body inspired her to specialize in Aesthetic Medicine.