If you have spider veins, it might feel like you’re resigned to have those visibly blue or purple veins forever. But believe it or not, there’s a treatment out there that can help minimize the appearance of spider veins, to the point where you may even regain clear skin again. That treatment is sclerotherapy, and it’s one of the most effective solutions for spider veins on the market today!
You’re excited about sclerotherapy, but there’s just one question holding you back: “How much does spider vein removal cost?”
*Individual Results May Vary.
According to RealSelf, the average cost of spider vein removal in the greater Denver and Englewood areas is $525. Spider vein removal (sclerotherapy) can be as little as $250 or as much as $1,500, depending on the number of veins being treated in a single session. For example, you may expect to pay less if you’re treating one or two visible spider veins as opposed to a larger network of veins.
Sclerotherapy is a highly affordable and minimally invasive treatment, thus explaining why it remains one of the most popular options for spider vein removal.
Sclerotherapy at Colorado Skin & Vein uses an FDA approve medication, Polidocanol that is placed directly into the spider vein via a fine-tip needle. Polidocanol and much more comfortable than old saline injections and much safer than Sotradecol (STS). The medication causes the treated vessel to close over the next few weeks. After the vein closes, it is absorbed by the body. At this final stage of the sclerotherapy process, you should expect to see clearer – if not totally clear – skin.
When performed by trained and experience providers, sclerotherapy is very safe! Side effects are minimal with the most common being itching over the treatment site for a short period immediately after the procedure.
Now that you know the cost of spider vein removal, why not see if you’re a good candidate for sclerotherapy? Schedule a consultation at Colorado Skin & Vein in Englewood, CO. (303) 683-3235
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