I wanted to ask how many 'areas' or legs does this include? Does it cover a treatment to each leg or only one? I hope this makes sense.
Abigail , posted January 2 at 8:08 AM
Hi, the treatment consists of 2cc of the Schleral solution which covers both legs.
FACES Dermatology, posted January 2 at 11:14 AM
Q: How long does the session last?
Mary, posted January 2 at 8:48 AM
The sessions can last anywhere from 10 to 30 min depending on the amout of veins being treated
FACES Dermatology, posted January 2 at 11:15 AM
Q: How much of an area is covered? Is it painful?
chris, posted January 2 at 9:27 AM
Everyone has different pain tolerances but we use a very fine needle and it feels like tiny little pin pricks
FACES Dermatology, posted January 2 at 11:16 AM
Q: I read that the veins can look darker immediately after treatment then reduce. Is that your experience? Are there any limitations after treatment? No swimming, hiking etc? Thinking about getting it done before spring cruise is why i'm asking.
Beth, posted January 2 at 11:00 AM
In some cases that can happen to the veins. We dont recomend any strenuous activity for 48 hrs after treatment.
FACES Dermatology, posted January 2 at 11:18 AM
Q: How many injections are included with the one Schlerotheropy treatment? Is it just for one area?
Tracy West, posted January 2 at 11:03 AM
The treatment consists of 2cc of the Schleral sol which can cover up to two legs depending on how many viens being treated.
FACES Dermatology, posted January 2 at 11:20 AM
Q: After the treatment, how long will it last? Will the veins come back again?
Lita Nyland, posted January 3 at 8:04 AM
If you have your legs treated by a well trained and experienced practitioner you can expect to not require further treatment for many years. The actual time will depend mainly on your genetic predisposition, your age, the number of pregnancies that you have after treatment and your occupation. To a less extent it will depend on your weight and whether you wear high heel shoes.
FACES Dermatology, posted January 3 at 3:00 PM
Q: What about veins around the nose instead? Easier or more difficult to do?
Cindy, posted January 3 at 11:28 PM
The solution used to treat veins is FDA approved for legs only. Nasal vessels are better treated by laser.
FACES Dermatology, posted January 4 at 10:47 AM
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