Your Veins

 

Problematic veins come in all shapes and sizes. One of the keys to treating veins is to understand the underlying cause, and then to select the most appropriate technique to minimise impact and maximise outcome. It is important to note that everyone’s veins are unique and an initial consultation will be required to determine which treatment best applies to you.

 

Additionally, the treatment of veins is a process of management and not a cure. It will take time to get the results you’d like to achieve.

All Vein Types

Spider Veins

Varicose Veins

Varicose and Spider Veins

 

This patient has a combination of spider veins and varicose veins. Her reason for treatment was to relieve her symptoms. Treatment with radiofrequency ablation to treat the varicose veins. Spider veins were attended to 8-12 weeks post varicose vein treatment using injection sclerotherapy. In the above “4 Weeks Post” image, you can see that the areas have improved post procedure, and will improve over the next 4 – 6 weeks.

Varicose Veins Before and After

Varicose Veins

 

This patient had large varicose veins that were causing cosmetic and physical discomfort. Treated with radiofrequency ablation resulting in approximately 90% improvement. Remaining spider veins were treated with injection sclerotherapy.

Varicose Veins

 

Patient in her mid-40s presented with a superficial Varicose Vein. Decided one 20 minute treatment to two areas using injection sclerotherapy would be the best course of action.

Spider Veins

 

This patient had visible spider veins that  were treated with injection sclerotherapy. The results you see above are 8 weeks post treatment.

Spider Veins Case Study

Spider Veins

 

This patient had spider veins that were causing cosmetic concerns. Treated with injection sclerotherapy. From the photos above you can see the veins are improving around the ankle. Remaining fine lumps will resolve.

Varicose Vein Case Study

Varicose Veins

 

This is one of the best radiofrequency ablation results we have had. You can still see the firm vein going from inside of the thigh to outside but a great improvement. This will improve an dissolve over the next 6 to 8 weeks.

Varicose Vein Case Study

Varicose Veins

 

This is 7 weeks after her initial surgery. The leg has significantly improved but still has more to go. There are a few firm lumps in the calf and these will dissolve over the next 6 to 8 weeks

Spider Vein Case Study

Spider Veins

 

Four Vbeam surface laser treatments and a combination treatment of injection sclerotherapy and surface laser.

This a great result of combination treatment.

Spider Vein Case Study

Spider Veins

 

Two Vbeam surface laser treatments and three combination treatments of injection sclerotherapy and surface laser. There is some hemosiderin staining in the thigh but this will improve with time.

Spider Vein Case Study

Spider Veins

 

One Vbeam surface laser treatment and two combination treatments of injection sclerotherapy and surface laser. The inner thigh is a common and difficult area to treat. This has a combination of the purple and finer red reticular veins. Good progress is being made.

Spider Vein Case Study

Spider Veins

 

Three Vbeam surface laser treatments.

This type of spider vein is almost like matting and difficult to treat. These veins are too small for injection sclerotherapy but perfect for surface laser. In saying that we making good progress on this area.

Spider Veins Case Study

Spider Veins

 

This is the result of one session of injection sclerotherapy. There are still some remanent spiders veins but this is a process that requires multiple treatments to  ensure the best result.