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Varicose veins treatment

At Epiderma, the treatment of varicose veins is carried out by sclerotherapy. This treatment is light, non-invasive or minimally invasive and doesn't require any convalescence.

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Non-invasive sclerotherapy treatment in a safe environment

While they’re unsightly, varicose veins and spider veins can also deteriorate if left untreated and lead to complications. Consulting a physician trained in phlebology is an excellent way to treat them.

A varicose vein is a vein that no longer adequately returns blood to the heart. These superficial veins are often associated with heaviness, fatigue in the legs, skin pigmentation problems, itching, edema and varicose ulcers.

Hereditary remains the main cause of varicose veins.

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The importance of medical compression stockings

Combined with your sclerotherapy treatments, wearing prescribed medical compression stockings and custom-made is highly recommended, as they improve the effectiveness of the treatment and prevent the appearance of new varicose veins.

They help to relieve tired legs and discomfort by facilitating blood return and by helping superficial blood vessels. By increasing the pressure in the subcutaneous tissues, they help to reduce swelling.

Your physician will determine the type of stockings adapted to your needs and the compression level needed during your consultation.

The Epiderma process With you from start to finish.
  1. Evaluation of your needs by a professional and caring physician

  2. Sclerotherapy treatment by a physician or nurse

  3. Additional care recommendations to use at home


How are varicose veins treated?

During your first appointment, you will be seen by a physician trained in phlebology to evaluate your overall health. He will carefully examine the varicose veins to be treated in order to locate areas of reflux. This preliminary examination allows your physician to determine the treatment most adapted to your needs.

During your second appointment, treatment of varicose veins by sclerotherapy is administered by a physician or nurse, depending on the severity of the condition to be treated. This treatment consists of injecting a sclerosing agent into the vein to be treated, the dosage and strength of which are determined beforehand. This treatment lasts 20 minutes and requires no convalescence.

How much does a treatment for varicose veins cost?

The number of sessions required, the number of injections per session, the sclerosing agent to be used, the dose to be administered and the area to be treated remain at all times the physician’s decision. A $30 deposit is required when booking your appointment. This amount will be reimbursed when you attend the clinic.

  • Consultation with a physician No treatment $110
  • Consultation with a physician - Ultrasound and echosclerosis No treatment $150
  • Sclerotherapy - First treatment Including consultation $190
  • Sclerotherapy - Additional treatment Per session - With a nurse $130
  • Sclerotherapy - Additional treatment Per session - With a physician $160
Client benefit
  • 10% discount for students

    Get a 10% discount on all treatments and products upon presentation of your student card. Not combinable with any other offer. Some conditions apply. Details available in clinic.

The staff is always courteous and professional. After a few appointments, I have almost no varicose veins left to treat on my legs. Diane R.
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