Sclerotherapy with Asclera is a minimally invasive treatment during which a health professional injects a solution into the affected vessels. This causes the vessel lining to scar and close off, redirecting blood flow to healthier vessels. Not only does this improve appearance, but it also promotes better circulation.

What is Asclera?

Asclera is an agent used to remove uncomplicated spider veins. It works by being injected into the vein, where it will then damage blood vessels and cause platelets to attach and form a clot inside the vessel over time. The clotted vein will eventually be replaced with new tissue as well. Asclera is FDA-approved and has undergone numerous clinical studies proving its safety and efficacy. Strict quality controls are utilized during the creation process to ensure that every patient receives a consistent, high-quality product.

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What concerns can be treated with Asclera?

Asclera sclerotherapy can also be used to treat spider veins. Spider veins are small, red or blue veins that often appear on the legs. They are often called "spider webs" because of their web-like appearance.

What to expect from your Asclera treatment

Sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive treatment used to address the appearance of spider veins. It is known for being fast, safe, and highly effective when conducted properly.

On average, a typical sclerotherapy session will last 15-45 minutes, with some additional time required for onsite preparation and aftercare instructions. 

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Who is a good candidate for Asclera?

If you're considering Asclera treatment to remove unwanted veins, it's important to understand who is and isn't a good candidate. Asclera is not recommended for those who have a known allergy to polidocanol or an acute vein or blood clotting (thromboembolic) disease. Pregnant or nursing patients should also avoid Asclera.

What should I do after my sclerotherapy treatment?

Following the completion of treatment, compression stockings must be worn continuously for 2-3 days, with only temporary removal at night. They should then be worn for 1-3 weeks during the daytime. 

Will I need repeat treatments?

Depending on the size and severity of the varicose veins, repeat sessions may be necessary, spaced one month apart to achieve optimal aesthetic results. The number of sessions needed will vary.

What should I avoid after my Asclera treatment?

After receiving sclerotherapy treatment, it is important to take certain precautions to ensure successful healing and lasting results. For the first 2-3 days, you should avoid engaging in heavy exercise, sunbathing, and long plane flights, as well as hot baths, hot tubs, or saunas. Heeding all of the aftercare advice will help guarantee the success of the procedure and help you to reap the full benefits of your Asclera treatment.

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Why choose Radiance by Roller for sclerotherapy?

At Radiance by Roller, we understand that your safety and satisfaction are top priorities, which is why we offer sclerotherapy with tremendous care and attention to detail. Our qualified medical staff have years of experience performing sclerotherapy and use state-of-the-art techniques. We take the time to ensure you receive a personalized service carefully tailored to your needs. We also offer face and body contouring, laser hair removal, health and wellness services, and much more. 

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