Varicose vein removal is available in London at Doctor Nyla’s highly acclaimed MediSpa Clinic on Harley Street.
The removal of varicose veins, also called Sclerotherapy, is a treatment that is quick to administer, minimally invasive and removes the unsightly impact of the veins for good.
Winner of the Top Cosmetic Clinic Award and a highly experienced doctor and expert in non-surgical treatments, Doctor Nyla has many decades’ experience helping people with varicose and spider veins.
In this page, we will outline key details about the treatment, answer the most common questions and also give brief details about Doctor Nyla and why her London clinic stands apart.
Varicose veins can be unsightly and are a physical blemish that can also impact confidence and self esteem.
However, treatments have been available since the 1930s, with highly effective ways to treat these veins and give the skin a more flattering appearance once more.
To treat the veins, a solution of salt is made up and injected directly into the veins – clearly this should only be undertaken by a highly skilled doctor with relevant experience.
The salt solution causes the blood vessels to swell and stick together, this then clotting the blood. The vessel will then turn into a scar before fading away.
Known by the proper term of Sclerotherapy, this is a quick and entirely safe process, the entire procedure typically taking just 20 minutes.
Broadly speaking, anyone who has concerns about unsightly varicose veins may be a suitable patient, but Doctor Nyla always holds consultations to assess suitability and factors in any prospective patient’s medical history.
There are some who would not be able to have varicose vein treatment, this including pregnant women, those taking birth control and also anyone with a history of blood clots.
Suitability also depends on the impact the veins are having. Someone could have varicose veins that are subtle and cause them no distress – clearly they would have little need for treatment.
However, many find that the appearance of these veins comes as an unwanted and visible sign of ageing and so this can have an impact on self esteem and confidence, this then impacting many areas of life.
For them, a simple procedure can make a huge difference to their state of mind and overall sense of self.
Varicose vein treatments do the task they set out to do – they make the appearance of the unsightly veins vanish.
It is also a process that is minimally invasive and so does not impact on your day or routine. After treatment, you can carry on your day, no limitations are placed on activity.
The results can also be apparent within a matter of weeks, this as the veins scar and then fade.
WIth Sclerotherapy, results are very easy to assess – the veins no longer have an unattractive appearance. The problem is resolved.
Final results will typically be visible inside a few months. Results are permanent in that the vein(s) treated will be permanently treated, but other varicose veins can of course appear.
Any new such veins would simply be treated in the same manner.
The answer lies in her unrivalled reputation for excellence, ths shown both through awards and also the universally positive, five-star reviews.
These are just a handful of the reasons:
If you are considering treatment please contact Doctor Nyla for an obligation-free consultation.
Call 0207 123 4248 or use our Contact Form.
Dr Nyla is one of the leading cosmetic dermatologists in the UK – she is trusted by many high-profile clients and her expertise makes her someone that media publications regularly seek an opinion from.
Dr Nyla’s clinic won Top Cosmetic Clinic Award in the UK for 2019.
If you would like to arrange a consultation, or simply want further advice please contact us today.
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Doctor Nyla’s London clinic is located on Harley Street in central London.
Harley Street is so named after a famous resident, Thomas Harley, Lord Mayor of London in 1767. The street then became established as a home of medical excellence from the 19th century.
One famous former resident is Lionel Logue, the speech therapist who helped King George VI – and the basis of the film The King’s Speech. He had offices at 146 Harley Street.
Harley Street has also featured prominently in book and film, including Sense and Sensibility and many Agatha Christie novels.