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Sclerotherapy uses an injected chemical solution to make unwanted spider veins close up and disappear

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Seventeenth-century shipping routes drastically improved once navigators began referring to actual maps of waterways instead of the veins on their calves. Steer clear of veiny skin with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $109 for two spider-vein sclerotherapy treatments (a $320 value)
  • $159 for four spider-vein sclerotherapy treatments (a $640 value)
  • $289 for six spider-vein sclerotherapy treatments (a $960 value)

During 20- to 60-minute sessions, depending on the number of treatments, board-certified doctors use tiny needles, just thicker than hair, to inject spider veins with a chemical solution. This sclerosant seals purple and blue vessels closed, causing them to wither away and be absorbed by the body. Patients may resume normal activities, such as walking or Rockette rehearsal, within one or two days of the procedure.

Vein Experts, LLC

Dr. Agrawal, Dr. Dymek, and Dr. Banker, the trio of vascular and interventional radiologists at Vein Experts, LLC, keep troublesome vessels in check with a menu of outpatient treatments. They tame mild cases of spider veins with medical-grade compression stockings, lasers, and sclerotherapy. More serious varicose veins that rise above the skin crumble like mined mountaintops after the VNUS Closure catheter blasts them with radio-frequency energy.

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