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Injection treatment for spider veins

Superficial spider veins on legs can appear at a young age. The most common places include the thighs, the back of the knees and the ankles. To a certain degree one can halt the development by wearing support stockings and being physically active, especially if one’s job is sedentary. Most expanded vessels can be removed and Akademikliniken has helped many patients and enhanced their confidence so that they dare to show their legs in the summer.

The most common treatment for spider veins is injections with a substance called aethoxysklerol. This damages the inner walls of the vessels, making them stick together and then shrivel up. The blood must then follow a different path and the blue spider veins quickly lose their colour and disappear.

Please contact us to book your consultation with one of our counsellor nurses.