Once the veins have been removed, they are gone. However, clients should bear in mind that this does not mean new ones won’t develop. Hormonal changes, pregnancy, weight gain and occupations that involve long periods on your feet can all be contributing factors.
Thread & Spider Veins After Procedure
You will notice an improvement in the appearance of your spider veins after your first treatment session, however, a number of sessions may be needed before the veins are fully eliminated.
The results from a sclerotherapy or Cutera CoolGlide procedure will vary depending on the extent of veins that require treatment. It is important to understand that sclerotherapy or Cutera CoolGlide treatment may not be able to remove spider veins completely and it will not prevent new enlarged veins from developing in the future.
Patients should expect to see significant improvement for at least half of the veins treated and the rest may show partial improvement.
Overall sclereotherapy and Cutera CoolGlide treatments are a great option to safely and effectively reduce the overall appearance of thread veins.
After you have had Sclerotherapy treatment for spider veins removal it is important to use compression stockings provided to promote proper healing. The compression stocking helps to prevent the veins from re-opening as well as stopping the blood from clotting within the collapsed vein.
Your surgeon or practitioner will provide you with a compression stocking if required and detail the length of time you should wear it for.