Sclerotherapy in Venice

A Trusted Solution for Spider Veins

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Make Unwanted Spider And Varicose Veins Disappear

Sclerotherapy is one of the most popular options available to treat spider veins, and we often use it in addition to other therapies to treat larger varicose veins. While visible veins may not be a health hazard, they can signal underlying vein disease and many people are unhappy with their appearance.

Florida Lakes Vein Center is Florida’s premier provider of sclerotherapy in Venice.

Sclerotherapy Overview

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Number of Treatments:


Appointment Length:

30 to 45 minutes

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Compression Time:

24 to 48 hours


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How Does Sclerotherapy Work?

Sclerotherapy is an effective, minimally invasive procedure for the treatment of spider veins and varicose veins.

It uses a liquid called a sclerosant that causes the walls of the unhealthy veins to collapse, sealing them off for good.

Ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy is essentially the same procedure as regular sclerotherapy, but with ultrasound imaging to help identify and accurately treat the veins. Your provider will simply inject the sclerosant into the vein, whether guided by eye or ultrasound, so the vein can dissolve and redirect blood into healthier veins.

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About Florida Lakes Vein Center

Florida Lakes Vein Center leads the way in vein care services, like sclerotherapy, in Venice. Experienced vein specialists TC Lackey II, D.O., Francesca Mertan, PA-C, and Lauren Fazenbaker, PA-C lead a team of compassionate professionals who take the time to listen to patients and obtain a comprehensive medical history before recommending any vein treatment.

Our expert medical team has used sclerotherapy to help more than 1,000 patients across the region with their varicose and spider veins.

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Is Sclerotherapy Right For Me?

Use our Virtual Screening Tool to tell us more about your concerns. From there, we will provide you with customized recommendations on which treatment may be the best fit to address them!

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