Eliminate Unhealthy Veins with Injections & Laser

Vein treatment refers to procedures that target unsightly or unhealthy veins. At NuDerma MD, we offer two effective methods: sclerotherapy and laser ablation. Sclerotherapy involves injecting a solution directly into the vein to cause it to collapse and eventually fade from view. Laser ablation uses targeted light energy to close off and eliminate the vein. Both methods are minimally invasive and can be used to treat a variety of veins, including spider veins, reticular veins, and varicose veins. Come visit us in Waukesha to achieve healthy, beautiful legs without unwanted veins.

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The Benefits of Vein Treatment

  • Improved appearance and confidence
  • Reduced pain, swelling, and discomfort
  • Minimally invasive with little to no downtime
  • Quick, in-office procedures
  • Improved circulation and vein health
  • Reduced risk of blood clots and other complications
  • Long-lasting results with proper care and maintenance

Love Your Youthful Looks

NuDerma MD is your premier destination for advanced vein treatments that help you look and feel your best. Our experienced team of medical professionals is committed to providing personalized care and exceptional results. We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to correct vein issues and restore confidence. Whether you're dealing with spider veins, reticular veins, or varicose veins, we have the expertise and resources to help. Schedule a consultation and elevate your aesthetic self at NuDerma MD.

How Does Vein Treatment Work?

NuDerma MD uses two techniques for vein treatment in Waukesha, WI — sclerotherapy for spider and reticular veins and laser vein ablation for varicose veins. Both treatments are incredibly effective, but they have different mechanisms of action.

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a popular and effective treatment for spider and reticular veins. During the procedure, a sclerosing solution is injected directly into the affected veins. The solution irritates the vein's lining, causing it to swell and stick together. Over time, the body absorbs the collapsed vein, and blood flow is naturally rerouted to healthier veins. Sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure requiring no anesthesia, and patients can resume normal activities immediately.

Laser Vein Ablation

Laser vein ablation is a minimally invasive procedure that uses laser energy to heat and damage the walls of a varicose vein. During the treatment, a small catheter is inserted into the affected vein under ultrasound guidance. Laser energy is delivered through the catheter, causing the vein to collapse and seal shut. Over time, the body naturally absorbs the damaged vein, rerouting blood flow to healthier veins. Laser vein ablation is highly effective and offers minimal downtime.

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Vein Treatment Can Help With:

  • Spider veins
  • Reticular veins
  • Varicose veins
  • Broken capillaries
  • Other vascular lesions

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Vein Treatment FAQ

What’s the difference between spider, reticular, and varicose veins?

How is sclerotherapy performed?

How is laser vein ablation performed?

Which is the right vein treatment for me?

What are the side effects of laser vein treatment?

Is there any downtime after laser vein treatment?

When will I see the results of laser vein treatment?

How many treatments do I need for optimal results?

What’s the difference between spider, reticular, and varicose veins?

Spider, reticular, and varicose veins are common conditions affecting the veins in the legs. Spider veins are small, thin veins that appear close to the skin's surface and resemble spider webs. Reticular veins are slightly larger and deeper than spider veins and may appear blue or green. Varicose veins are larger, twisted veins that may bulge out from the skin's surface and can cause discomfort and pain.

How is sclerotherapy performed?

During sclerotherapy, you'll lie down comfortably while a solution is injected directly into the affected vein using a small needle. The solution irritates the lining of the vein, causing it to collapse and eventually fade from view. The minimally invasive procedure usually takes less than an hour to complete, with no downtime required.

How is laser vein ablation performed?

During laser vein ablation, you'll lie down while a small catheter is inserted into the affected vein. Laser energy is then delivered through the catheter, heating and damaging the vein walls, causing it to close and rerouting blood flow to healthier veins. The procedure is minimally invasive and typically takes less than an hour to complete, with minimal downtime required.

Which is the right vein treatment for me?

Determining the right vein treatment for you depends on several factors, including the size, location, and severity of your vein issues. At NuDerma MD, we offer a comprehensive consultation to assess your unique needs and develop a personalized treatment plan. Our team of experts will work with you to determine the best approach, whether sclerotherapy, laser vein ablation, or a combination of both.

What are the side effects of laser vein treatment?

Side effects of laser vein treatment are typically mild and may include bruising, swelling, or discomfort at the treatment site. These usually resolve within a few days and can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.

Is there any downtime after laser vein treatment?

Most patients can return to normal activities immediately following laser vein treatment. However, strenuous exercise and long periods of standing should be avoided for a few days to promote proper healing.

When will I see the results of laser vein treatment?

Results of laser vein treatment can typically be seen within a few weeks, as the body naturally absorbs the damaged vein. Full results may take several months to appear.

How many treatments do I need for optimal results?

The number of vein treatments you need depends on the severity of your vein issues. Most patients achieve optimal results with one to three treatments spaced several weeks apart.

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