Foam Sclerotherapy (Ultrasound guided)
Foam sclerotherapy can be used to treat moderate or larger varicose veins, or veins which have recurred after prior vein surgery.
The sclerosant solution is mixed with air to create a bubbly foam. This has the advantage of increasing the treatable area of veins without having to increase the amount of sclerosant injected.
Injections may be precisely monitored in real time by ultrasound.
Foam sclerotherapy has advantages and disadvantages which can be discussed at your consultation.
Varicose Vein Treatments
Mr O’Brien offers several treatment options for eliminating varicose veins, whether you have small cosmetic veins or large varicose veins.
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Radiofrequency Ablation (Venefit) of varicose veins
Radiofrequency ablation is a minimally-invasive (keyhole) procedure which treats the underlying cause of varicose veins i.e. superficial venous reflux.
Traditional varicose vein surgery.
Whilst new keyhole techniques have modernised treatment for varicose veins, there are certain situations where traditional open vein surgery remains the best option.
Glue is a newer procedure for sealing larger varicose veins.
Foam sclerotherapy (Ultrasound-guided)
Foam sclerotherapy can be used to treat moderate or larger varicose veins, or veins which gave recurred after prior vein surgery.
Microsclerotherapy is the treatment of choice for smaller, superficial thread veins of the legs.
Thermavein™ is a new technology offering the instant, safe and permanent removal of facial veins and small thread leg veins (also known as telangiectasia).