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What is the Sclerotherapy Process For Chest Veins?


If you have visible veins in your chest or your breasts, you may feel hesitant to wear low-cut shirts, swimsuits, or anything that actually exposes your skin in that area. Staying covered up all the time is inconvenient, and trying to conceal your veins with makeup is both time-consuming and messy. Fortunately, there’s a simpler and more lasting answer called sclerotherapy. Here’s what you need to know about sclerotherapy at L.A. Vein Center.

How Sclerotherapy Works

Sclerotherapy for chest and breast veins is a very simple procedure that isn’t painful and doesn’t require anesthesia. Dr. Lee uses an ultra-slim needle to inject the sclerosing solution into every spider vein. This solution aggravates your veins, which makes them start to shrivel inwards. Finally, the veins collapse and the blood inside the veins moves on to other veins. Your vein tissue is absorbed naturally, and you’ll eliminate it using normal body processes.

Your sclerotherapy sessions at L.A. Vein Center usually take only around half an hour. The number of sessions you’ll need to completely get rid of the target chest and breast veins depends on your individual situation. Dr. Lee will explain what to expect before starting your treatment so you can plan for future sessions if needed.

With sclerotherapy at L.A. Vein Center, you can look your best in a short series of non-invasive treatments. Talk to a friendly member of the L.A. Vein Center team to learn about how sclerotherapy can help with your chest and breast veins today!

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