Varicose Vein in Thighs Treatment Results

Before & After Photos

Cosmedics’ London Vein Centre has revealed fabulous treatment results from varicose vein removal treatment. 

This client had been struggling with the appearance and then the development of varicose veins in her thighs.

Varicose veins are more commonly associated with the calves, because they can be seen there even through tights, leggings or stockings. Yet varicose veins can also appear higher up the leg above the knee.

Once they first appear, it can be tempting to hope they’ll go away, but unfortunately once the veins have become ‘insufficient’ they will not recover and the lumpy veins will get bigger and more uncomfortable.

The results below show that the latest treatment methods give an excellent result, as if the veins were never even there in the first place.

Treatment is fast and efficient and carried out on a ‘walk in walk out’ basis with no overnight stay.

varicose veins thighs before and after

Varicose Vein Treatments

Cosmedics’ London Vein Treatment Centre based in Harley Street and Putney offers a number of treatment options on a ‘day case’ basis:

  • ClariVein® treatment from £1,895 – a mechanical action combines with a special chemical to seal the vein
  • EVLA treatment from £1,650 – laser treatment to destroy the veins from the inside
  • Foam sclerotherapy from £500 – a chemical injection which works to get rid of smaller varicose and larger thread veins
  • Micro surgery from £500 – most often used alongside other treatments, physically removing the troublesome veins after laser/injections

London Vein Treatment Centre

Varicose & Thread Vein Treatment

Cosmedics Skin Clinics offer private treatment for thread veins  and varicose veins at their London Vein Treatment Centre. They also offer varicose vein ultrasound scanning for proper diagnosis of any ‘underlying’ vein problems.

For more information or to book a consultation, please complete the form on this web page or call 020 7386 0464.

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