Vein Treatments

Dr. David Pratt offers a range of non-surgical vein treatment options that have proven to be highly effective. These techniques, including Microsclerotherapy, Sclerotherapy, and Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy, provide outstanding results without the need for surgery or hospital admission.

Microsclerotherapy:

Microsclerotherapy is a meticulous method used to treat small spider veins. A specialised sclerosing solution is precisely injected into these veins to close them. The treatment is done very gently, so you won't feel too much discomfort, and it will give great results. You may need several sessions to get the best outcome, depending on how many veins need to be treated.

Cost From $650 Per Treatment

Sclerotherapy:

Sclerotherapy is a versatile technique that effectively treats both varicose and spider veins. By injecting a specialised sclerosing solution directly into the affected veins, Dr. Pratt induces closure and gradual disappearance. Sclerotherapy offers a safe and effective non-surgical alternative. The procedure is tailored to your specific needs, utilising liquid or foam solutions based on the characteristics of the veins being treated.

Cost From $800 Per Treatment
Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy:
For more complex cases, or larger veins, Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy provides enhanced precision and outcomes. Dr. Pratt utilises advanced ultrasound technology to visualize and measure the veins, ensuring accurate targeting and treatment. This real-time guidance allows him to administer the sclerosant with exceptional precision, leading to excellent results.

Cost From $950 Per Treatment.

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Dr. David Pratt's expertise in microsclerotherapy, sclerotherapy, and ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy ensures that you will receive exceptional care. With his modest approach and dedication to delivering successful outcomes, you can trust in his expertise.

Book an appointment for an initial consultation to discuss the most suitable leg vein treatment options for your legs with Dr David Pratt