PALM CITY, Fla., Dec. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- 'A Guide To Treating Face Veins,' by Ronald
With emphasis on the complex vascular and communicating venous network of the face, safe and effective methods of treatment are discussed in a step-by-step process and ample guidance is given to help avoid complications.
The majority of larger blue (reticular) veins of the face are resistant to laser applications. Surgical approaches leave bruises for weeks and are unsuccessful in many patients.
Sclerotherapy, in the foamed state properly administered, is the most effective treatment of larger veins and minimal sequalae occur after treatment. As outlined in the book, by controlling the flow and direction of the injected foam sclerosant, facial veins can be treated in a safe manner. In most patients, only one treatment is necessary.
"This concise book should be studied by anyone who treats or desires to treat veins of the face." Stephen F. Daugherty, MD, FACS, FACPh, RVT, RPhS, Veincare Centers of Tennessee.
"For any clinician considering treating veins of the face this illustrated treatise is an excellent resource for the proper and safe treatment of facial veins." Joseph Raffeto, MD, West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
For your copy and for more information please email us at info(at)aestheticveintraining.com, or call 400-900-8346. 'A Guide To Treating Face Veins,' is also available on Amazon.com.
SOURCE Vein Med Consultants
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